Little Bird

Don Coles

The frame of Don Coles' Little Bird is a love letter to his father. It is also about their familial bond and the `languages' they used to conduct that relationship. Little Bird is a subtle, wise, witty exploration of the inheritance of language, of family circumstances, and, ultimately, of love.

Poetry 1998

Don Coles is the author of ten books of poetry and the novel Doctor Bloom's Story. He won the Governor General's Award for Poetry in 1993 for Forests of the Medieval World and the Trillium prize in 2000 for Kurgan. Formerly a professor at York University, he lives in Toronto.

Other books by Don Coles:
Where We Might Have Been
K. in Love
How We All Swiftly: The First Six Books
A Dropped Glove in Regent Street: An Autobiography by Other Means
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96 pp 9" x 6"
ISBN13: 9781550650211

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