7 edition of The Late Man found in the catalog.
October 15, 2001
by Manor House Publishing, Inc.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
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It's written entirely in the Scots dialect and in a stream of consciousness style with no breaks for different chapters/5. The Late Man book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Though Andreas Schroeder has always made considerable use of the surreal mode 4/5(6).
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The Late Man By: Andreas Schroeder Summary: In a village, there were men that fished out at sea early in the morning and returned by early evening. The fisherman rarely spoke to each other, but the main character, the young fisherman, breaks the silence by inquiring about another fisherman who always arrives late to fish.
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OF "THE LATE MAN", Andreas Schroeder. This story is a parable. It's a direct result of my fascination with the parable form, which I first encountered growing up Mennonite in B.C.'s Fraser Valley. The Mennonites, an Anabaptist sect, were at that time still very insular, cultivating an intensely "us-them" mentality.
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