Hockey is far too deeply ingrained in the national psyche of Canada
to be dismissed as merely a game. It is a passion. It flows in our
blood and inhabits our language, our dreams, our landscape, and our
history. i] Time of the Last Goa /i]l is Bruce Meyer's examination
of his relation to the game of hockey, a tradition that has been
passed down to him through his family, his birth city of Toronto,
and his love of literature. At the core of the way we perceive the
sport in this country is the strange question we will inevitably
have to face someday: why is tragedy absent from Canadian
literature? In this testament to hope, poetic justice, and the
annual raising of the grail, Meyer examines the core concepts that
are the love and lifeblood of a nation.
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