Niagara street

by stanley teclaw

 

 

Stanley Teclaw, born in 1960 to a mother who grew up in Toronto’s Polish immigrant community. Teclaw writes meticulously detailed, droll tales based on his mother’s vivid oral history about her parents’ move from Poland to North America in 1910. These stories document the vitality and the struggle of Poles living in Toronto during two world wars and the depression.

"The Arrival"
"Star Box"
"Niagara Street"
"Kielbasa and Candy Floss"
"Hyla"
"V-E Day"
"Holy Saturday"

 

National Library of Canada Cataloguing in Publication Data

Price: $7.00

Edition: 1st Canadian ed.
Names: Teclaw, Stanley, 1960-
Publisher: Toronto: Life Rattle Press, c1998
Series: Life rattle new writers series 1200 5266 8
Desciption: 45p.; 22cm.
Numbers: Canadiana: 999302817
ISBN: 978-0-9899507-3-X
Classification: LC Class no.: PS8589*
LC Call no.:PS8589E285 N52 1999 Dewey: C813/.54 21