Maclean’s Magazine: “If the purpose of art is to elicit an emotional response, then this is a book of intense artistry.”

April 14, 2011

Peter Shawn Taylor in Macleans magazine:

“Regardless of cross-border differences, however, Ferguson is a witty writer worth reading for his talent alone. Describing the university brochures sent to his son, he says they “were printed on paper so thick and voluptuous they might have been mistaken for the leaves of a rubber plant—you didn’t know whether to read them or slurp them like a giraffe.” There’s plenty to slurp here.”

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