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Farrant (Marion Alice Coburn Farrant) (born April 5, 1947) is a Canadian short fiction writer, memoirist, journalist, and humourist.
Farrant (Marion Alice Coburn Farrant) (born April 5, 1947) is a Canadian short fiction writer, memoirist, journalist, and humourist. Her memoir, My Turquoise Years, which she adapted for the stage, premiered April 4- May 4, 2013 at the Arts Club Theatre’s Granville Island Stage in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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Girls Around the House book. Farrant is writing at the top of her form in Girls Around the House, a hilarious and poignant look at postmodern family life
Girls Around the House book. Farrant is writing at the top of her form in Girls Around the House, a hilarious and poignant look at postmodern family life. Enter a rollicking household where the narrator, Marion, is a reluctant Mother Hubbard to three wild teenagers with only one question in life: "Where's the party?" Reformed-hippie Marion juggles motherly duties, such as making "condom runs" t .
GIRLS AROUND THE HOUSE: . FARRANTThere's something irresistible about gossip. Girls Around the House is a book of gentle insights and the kind of humour that elicits chuckles of recognition rather than guffaws of judgement. In Condom Run, Marion brings home pocketfuls of condoms from the birth control clinic for her offspring, only to discover they've been selling them at school.
Girls Around the House. 2000) A collection of stories by M A C Farrant. Domesticity and creativity wrestle in these hilariously skewed tales of postmodern family life. Quill & Quire Genre: General Fiction. Used availability for M A C Farrant's Girls Around the House.
Domesticity and creativity wrestle in these hilariously skewed tales of postmodern family life.
laugh out loud funny. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. I am from BC and I moved to the east coast of the US. Reading this book not only made me feel right at home, but I laughed myself silly several times. The author has an incredible wit as she tells some anecdotes that really seem hard to believe unless you are from Vancouver Island.
Free books to read or listen online in a convenient form, a large collection, the best authors and series. Throughout her childhood, Marion Farrant heard exotic stories of the sophisticated life her mother, Nancy, led aboard cruise ships and in Australia. Nancy’s world of furs, jewels, cigarette holders, and handsome men seemed miles away from the west-coast hamlet of Cordova Bay, where Marion lived with her aunt and uncle, running wild on the beach with her friends and enjoying weekend visits with her devoted father. But things changed the year she entered her teens.
Created April 1, 2008. The frustrations of daily life take center stage in Canadian writer M. A. C. Farrant's sixth published effort, a collection of a dozen interlocking tales set on Vancouver Island. Narrated by: Justine Eyre. Flashes of dry wit and sharp insight brighten the tales of long-suffering in-laws, rusted cars, teenage parties, unreliable repairmen, and a temperamental husband. Veteran narrator Justine Eyre has a unique voice, both gravelly and tremulous, which is well-suited to the mood of the stories.
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