by Dawn Fraser • 144 pages
CAPE BRETON'S FINEST INDUSTRIAL POET, Dawn Fraser wrote through the First World War and the strikes of the 1920s—putting into blunt language the humour and bitterness of his community.
With an Introductions by David Frank and Don MacGillivray, this expanded edition includes Fraser's sharp-witted autobiography.
Dawn Fraser's narrative verse and stories are a powerful, compelling testament to courage, peace and community. They belong in every home, in every school.