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by Margaret McKirdy

  • ISBN: 0920576664
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Margaret McKirdy
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Other formats: lrf lit mbr mobi
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Caitlin Press Inc.; First Edition edition (January 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 208 pages
  • FB2 size: 1621 kb
  • EPUB size: 1631 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 162
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Active in Valemount, Margaret McKirdy has written for the local newspaper and has played an active part in writers groups.

Active in Valemount, Margaret McKirdy has written for the local newspaper and has played an active part in writers groups.

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Cree Adelaide McCauley and her two children witness the shooting of their Metis husband/ father by a crazed white miner.

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The realms of gold by Drabble Margaret Story of a woman who after leaving her husband had tried different means to cope, drinking, pills, etc.

He had touched her with his grey wet hand, and had shrunk quickly from the contact. Back into his box he went, as she into this rather nice hotel room. He had suckers all the way along his arms. thought of them with affection and amusement. The most intelligent of the invertebrates.

Cree Adelaide McCauley and her two children witness the shooting of their Metis husband/ father by a crazed white miner. She attempts to nurse him back to life but he dies after several painful days. This tragedy takes place in the Robson Valley and the nearest court of justice is 300 miles away, over treacherous mountain trails, in Golden, BC. Adelaide is convinced by friends of her late husband to travel south to Golden to testify at the trial of her husband's murderer. Accompanied by her children and several other witnesses ― including the accused ― she makes the journey, testifies and hopes to leave. Unfortunately a mistrial is called. During the first trial, she at least has the advantage of a sympathetic interpreter, but the second trial is dominated by men who take the side of the white miner accused of the crime. Indians, particularly Indian women, are not treated with much respect. The murderer goes free and Adelaide, impatient with a white justice system she wanted no part of in the first place, disappears into the northern wilderness from which she came.

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