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About the Author: W.P. Kinsella

William Patrick Kinsella OC OBC was a Canadian novelist and short story writer His work has often concerned baseball and Canada's First Nations and other Canadian issuesWilliam Patrick Kinsella was born to John Matthew Kinsella and Olive Kinsella in Edmonton Alberta Kinsella was raised until he was years old at a homestead near Darwell Alberta km west of the city home schooled by hi.



7 thoughts on “the Miss Hobbema Pageant

  1. says:

    Picked up an inscribed copy of this 7 or 8 years ago in Halifax Nova Scotia for 6 For some reason probably the buck ugly cover illustration I didn't read it until last weekBo Diddley along with some others said You can't judge a book by it's cover He was right about thatI say The Miss Hobbema Pageant is a worthy addition to the Silas Ermineskin tales I think that I'm right about thatA Hundred Dollars Worth of Roses is a wonderful story


  2. says:

    I learned some things while reading this book 1 WP Kinsella wrote the book Shoeless Joe which was turned into the famous and beloved movie Field of Dreams and 2 despite writing a lot of stories about First Nations characters Kinsella was white Born in Edmonton Alberta to Irish Canadian parents So now I have super mixed feelings The stories are hilarious and real but they're also written by a white man and co opting First Nations voices Voices that could be telling their own stories Kinsella has been criticized for this in the past in fact and handled it with what I can only describe as arrogance and entitlement claiming that accusations of cultural appropriation are the nonsense of Eastern Canadian academics and that a writer has the license to create anything he chooses To that I would argue that while a writer can create any world they desire stealing someone else's world is is and frowned upon There was absolutely nothing stopping Kinsella from writing stories about white people He argues his stories are positive and they are and that oppressed people use humour to fight back against the oppressors which they do but he still can't see how the fact that his decision as a white author to use First Nations characters in his work contributes to the continued oppression of First Nations peoples The publishing world does not unfortunately have infinite space for infinite books and Kinsella writing First Nations stories takes up a place that could have gone to an actual First Nations writer While the stories were funny and ironically enough seemed genuine there are lots of short story collections written by Aboriginal Peoples that you could be reading


  3. says:

    At first I was thoroughly engaged but then I learned that the author has no indigenous background himself and I couldn't appreciate the stories any


  4. says:

    Really REALLY engaging There wasn't a single story in this collection that I didn't likethough the final one almost made me tear up The 'Rez' dialect was definitely a nice touch and helped add humor and relatibility to the storiesHighly reccommended


  5. says:

    WP Kinsella makes me laugh out loud


  6. says:

    Hilarious


  7. says:

    Some stories are hilarious and clever while others are a tad dull or the point is a little lacklustre


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