The Time We All Went Marching

The Time We All Went Marching

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Edie follows her wandering husband Slim from mine to mine, caring for their son, Belly, beneath the makeshift shelter of canvas tents. But a decade of hardship takes its toll, and after leaving Slim passed out in an unheated apartment, and Edie and Belly find themselves trapped on a snowbound train.
Publisher: Fredericton, N.B. : Goose Lane Editions, [2011]
Copyright Date: ©2011
ISBN: 9780864926586
Branch Call Number: MCN
Characteristics: 236 pages ;,22 cm


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debwalker Jan 22, 2012

"Where did Arley McNeney come from? I used to think I was fairly up-to-date with Canada’s finest writers, but I have been proved wrong. McNeney, with her second (second?!) novel, The Time We All Went Marching, is one of the best writers I have stumbled across – Canadian or otherwise – in years."
Michelle Berry
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