NCL 127 – The Red Feathers by T. G. Roberts


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The Red Feathers  was not included in Series One.


The Red Feathers by T. G. Roberts (New Canadian Library N127)Series Two

From the Back Cover:

Every literature possesses its share of forgotten treasures, works of inherent charm and special merit that are inexplicably passed over in the course of years or decades. Such a book is T. G. Roberts’ The Red Feathers, a romance of an entirely original kind, set in the Canadian Maritimes and drawing on elements in the patterns of Canadian Indian myths. Now this wholly unique and invigorating flight into fantasy, with its depth of characterization and large dramatic scope, is at last rescued from undeserved obscurity. Depicting titanic forces of good and evil–both natural and supernatural–colliding in the struggle for the magic red feathers, T. G. Roberts has created an antique world peopled with shamans and Wendingos, heroic braves and gruesome (if sometimes comical) giants. A work beyond categories, Red Feathers is here again to entertain a new audience of readers.

T. G. Roberts was the author of three volumes of poetry and thirty novels, all published in the early part of this century.


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