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  • ISBN 0771068611
  • ISBN13 978-0771068614
  • Language English
  • Author Peter Oliva
  • Publisher M & S; Underlining edition (1999)
  • Pages 336
  • Formats lrf mbr txt mobi
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1631 kb
  • Size Fb2 1675 kb
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Peter Oliva (born 1964), is a Canadian novelist who lives in Calgary, Alberta. His first novel, Drowning in Darkness (1993–1999), won the Writers Guild of Alberta Best First Book Award and was shortlisted for a Bressani Prize. The book is set in the. The book is set in the Crowsnest Pass of southern Alberta, and in Calabria, Italy. It follows Italian immigrants to Canada in the early 1900s. A former bookseller, Oliva won the Canadian Bookseller's Association Award for best independent bookstore in Canada, in 1999.

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His second novel, The City of Yes, won the 1999 Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize

His first novel, Drowning in Darkness (1993-1999), won the Writers Guild of Alberta Best First Book Award and was shortlisted for a Bressani Prize. His second novel, The City of Yes, won the 1999 Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize. Peter Oliva's novel won the Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize in 1999. Alive with history, myth and wonder, The City of Yes is a luminous novel of parallel journeys through old and present-day Japan

The City of Yes. Alive with history, myth and wonder, The City of Yes is a luminous novel of parallel journeys through old and present-day Japan. In Saitama to teach English, the narrator is confronted by unlikely visions of home as he gradually enters the world of contemporary Japan, with its floating stories, enigmas, and contradictions. His own story is deftly interwoven with that of a real-life nineteenth-century Canadian adventurer, whose strange confinement in a Japanese prison, beginning in 1848, is so vividly imagined by the narrator.

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Peter Oliva is a novelist and journalist whose work has appeared in Canada, France, Spain, Italy and Japan. Peter Oliva unmasks The City of Yes," cover feature, Fast-forward, April 29, 1999. In the business of books," interview, Calgary Herald, Nov. 29, 1997. He has written for numerous periodicals, including BRICK, Canadian Geographic, The Globe & Mail, and Japan's largest newspaper, The Daily Yomiuri. Author mines magical realism," by Toronto Star, Sept.

Peter Oliva is a Canadian novelist who lives in Calgary, Alberta. His second novel, The City of Yes, won the 1999 Rogers Writers" Trust Fiction Prize. lieutenant follows Italian immigrants to Canada in the early 1900s. His first novel, Drowning in Darkness (1993), won the Writers Guild of Alberta Best First Book Award and was shortlisted for a Bressani Prize. A former bookseller, Oliva won the Canadian Bookseller"s Association Award for best independent bookstore in Canada, in 1999. Melnyk, George (1999).