Exclusively available from Anansi Digital, Communion is one of the lost, great works by a Canadian literary titan.
Originally published in 1971, Communion continues the story of Felix Oswald that began in Five Legs. We meet Felix Oswald again, a self-mocking and obsessed hero, a voyeur, and all-time loser, after he graduates from school and accepts a job as a part-time veterinarian's assistant.
A groundbreaking work of experimental fiction, Communion is a must-read for lovers of Canadian literature.
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by on September 26, 2016
- House of Anansi Press Inc, October 2012
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