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  • Nov 30, 2010
Stories of family life in small town Canada by Canada's best known and quintessential modern story teller!
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review by . November 30, 2010
In Stories From the Vinyl Café, Stuart McLean has presented a picture of Canadian life, culture and values that will recall Garrison Keillor's successful portrayal of life in small town America in "Lake Wobegon Days".      There's no thread or plot to speak of - only a randomly collected grouping of fictional short stories that are brilliantly distilled from McLean's singularly astute observations of Canadian people as a skilled journalist. There's …
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ISBN-10: 0670864765
ISBN-13: 978-0670864768
Author: Stuart McLean
Genre: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Viking/Allen Lane
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