Some Great Thing

Some Great Thing

Book - 2009
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Disillusioned and apathetic after four years of college, fledgling reporter Mahatma Grafton returns to his hometown to begin work at a local newspaper. When a peaceful demonstration escalates into a full-scale police cover-up, Mahatma discovers the principles that have always eluded him.
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario : Harper Perennial, 2009, c1992
Edition: Harper Perennial trade paperback edition
ISBN: 9780888011671
0888011679
9781554686940
1554686946
Branch Call Number: FIC Hill
Characteristics: 309 pages

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bette108
Nov 20, 2011

A 'Winnipeg" story that starts well, but then the plot seems to shift in the middle passages and comes to a weaker ending than I would have liked.

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bshokal
Apr 06, 2011

Enjoyed this story immensely. Humorous look at Canadian social fabric now and yesterday of journalism and black history.l

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AnamCara
Oct 27, 2007

Lawrence Hill a local author has a way of weaving history and family stories together. This is the story of a journalist in Manitoba and his search of himself through his family's story.

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