THE LATE MAN (modern parables)
Sono Nis Press, Vancouver, 1972.
Andreas Schroeder emerges as a writer whose craftsmanship
and integrity lift his surrealism and lyricism up from the morass described by
Bergman. The Herald Magazine.
Schroeder has plotted a line just south of surrealism and
just north of fantasy and followed it faithfully. The Vancouver Province.
Schroeder is a man of many parts: poet, fictioneer,
dramatist, filmmaker, broadcaster, and columnist. His avant-garde works of
poetry have been widely acclaimed by critics and readers throughout the
English-speaking world. In The Late Man he presents his first collection of
short fictions – a volume on a par of excellence and brilliance with his
previous publications. In this book, Schroeder creates a fascinating universe
of ambiguity and myth. The Dalhousie Review.
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