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by Brian Brett


The Fungus Garden - 1988. Poems: New and Selected - 1993.

He has also written a three-part memoir of his life in British Columbia In November 2009, Brett won Canada's Writers' Trust Non-Fiction Prize for Trauma Farm: A Rebel History of Rural Life. The Fungus Garden - 1988.

Unfortunately, Brian Brett's The Fungus Garden is one such example. Nor does the book succeed stylistically. Brett's background as a poet is clearly evident in his preoccupation with imagery at the expense of plot, characterization, dialog, and the other elements of good novel writing. The style is so ponderous that it is unlikely that even the most pretentious English prof could find anything good to say about it.

A stunningly original work of speculative fiction, The Fungus Garden follows the plight of a man who becomes transformed into a termite.

A stunningly original work of speculative fiction,The Fungus Garden follows the plight of a man who becomes transformed into a termite. A stunningly original work of speculative fiction, The Fungus Garden follows the plight of a man who becomes transformed into a termite.

The book describes a typical day in the life of his farm, with insight into the natural history of farming. Evolution in Every Direction - 1987.

Brian Thomas Brett (born April 28, 1950) is a Canadian poet and novelist. Brett was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. He studied literature at Simon Fraser University from 1969 to 1974. With Alan Saf. He has been writing and publishing since the late 1960's.

Brian Brett in conversation with Silver Donald Cameron about his work Evolution in Every Direction - 1987.

Brian Brett in conversation with Silver Donald Cameron about his work. In the early 1970s, Brett began working as a freelance journalist and critic for various publications and newspapers, including The Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, the Vancouver Sun, The New Reader, Books in Canada, the Victoria Times-Colonist and Vancouver's The Province-where he was the poetry critic for two years, and had his own column. The book describes a typical day in the life of his farm, with insight into the natural history of farming.

Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books.

Busby, Brian John, "Brian Brett". In The Canadian Encyclopedia. Brett has published three works of fiction. The Fungus Garden (1988), a political allegory in the form of a science fiction novel, explores the place of the artist in society

Busby, Brian John, "Brian Brett". The Fungus Garden (1988), a political allegory in the form of a science fiction novel, explores the place of the artist in society. It was followed by Tanganyika (1991), a collection of thirteen short stories. Brett's most accomplished and complex work, Coyote (2003), is a meta-fiction in which the author blends genres - mystery, thriller, horror, comedy - in a story involving a serial killer, an eco-terrorist, and the RCMP.

A stunningly original work of speculative fiction,The Fungus Garden follows the plight of a man who becomes transformed into a termite. Impeccably researched, this story brings the reader effortlessly into a fascinating world of conflict and desire, ultimately becoming an investigation into what it means to be human.

The Fungus Garden ebook
Author:
Brian Brett
Category:
Gardening & Landscape Design
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1404 kb
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Publisher:
Thistledown Press; 1 edition (October 6, 1988)
Pages:
128 pages
Rating:
4.2
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