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Red Wolf, Red Wolf: Stories

3.58  ·  Rating Details ·  65 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
A collection of 13 stories including "Evangeline's Mother," "Elvis Bound," and "Mother Tucker's Yellow Duck".
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 1st 1990 by Southern Methodist University Press (first published 1987)
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Oct 13, 2015 Peter rated it it was ok
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Attracted by the cover and its university press imprint, I picked up this collection of short stories at an honesty bookshop for 50p (80¢). I am glad I did not pay more. W.P. Kinsella is a Canadian author with a fondness for writing fiction about baseball, but fortunately only a few of the 13 stories in Red Wolf, Red Wolf head off in that direction. Most are whimsical, often teetering on the brink of sentimentality. In “Butterfly Winter” and “Mother Tucker’s Yellow Duck”, they lose their footing ...more
Oct 11, 2016 Kolman rated it it was ok
This collection is a dud and the worst Kinsella I've read.

"Billy in Trinidad" is the only worthwhile selection. Most of the stories take a typical Kinsella approach of unique characters in one-of-a-kind situations, but that's where it ends. Kinsella is depressing by nature, but these writings are reflective of an author going through the worst kind of self-inflicted punishment. Red Wolf, Red Wolf does not uphold the ease of prose of his baseball-themed or Indian-themed stories. It is as if Kinse
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Jun 07, 2009 Mark Mallett rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I used to read short stories quite often, but haven't much lately, and enjoyed the change. Some short stories are like little novels, with lots of plot and changes and climax and so forth. These are more of the vignette variety; little word pictures about a situation or a slice of time, often, as the author says in the introduction, featuring some change driven by a visitor or some other event. Nicely done.
Nov 21, 2015 Greta rated it really liked it
Canadian author WP Kinsella writes interesting short stories, mostly set in British Columbia, an area we love to explore. What happens between and among his characters could happen just as easily in America, but it is fun to have a brief cultural exchange in imagination.
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William Patrick Kinsella, OC, OBC was a Canadian novelist and short story writer. His work has often concerned baseball and Canada's First Nations and other Canadian issues.

William Patrick Kinsella was born to John Matthew Kinsella and Olive Kinsella in Edmonton, Alberta. Kinsella was raised until he was 10 years-old at a homestead near Darwell, Alberta, 60 km west of the city, home-schooled by hi
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