God Rides a Yamaha: Musings on Poetry, Pain, and Pop Culture

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – 1998
Bone-cutting zipperwit essays from a sardonic, determined Gen-X'er with Lupus. Kathy Shaidle writes on being sick, on being catholic, and on being a pop-culture junky in the '90s. Her writing has been called "cerebral, seductive and funny." It is "Filled T.S. Eliot-like with literary, religious and political allusions."
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ISBN-13: 9781896836249
ISBN-10: 1896836240
Pagini: 128
Dimensiuni: 127 x 177 x 6 mm
Greutate: 0.12 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: Northstone Publishing
Colecția Northstone Publishing (CA)


God Rides a Yamaha probably describes how Kathy and her generation (she was born in 1964) view God. And life. And problems. And everything else. Kathy's writing is fresh and her style is very easy to read. And she's brutally honest. God Rides a Yamaha is highly recommended. -- Stephen Beecroft, The Stoney Creek News -- 20101117
This small book which expresses the raw feelings that accompany Shaidle's struggle to figure out her role in life and how God fits into all the things that are happening to her. This book offers a great window into the soul of a young, searching, post modern Canadian woman -- Malcolm Card, Atlantic Baptist -- 20101117
These musings address the haunting question at the center of all existence: WHAT IS IT ALL ABOUT ANYWAY? Kathy Shaidle can't figure it out either, but she writes brilliantly, unsparingly, unforgettably. -- June Callwood -- 20101117