Thirteen Minutes: a 20th century tale of eugenics, dadaism & hockey

In 1928, An internship with famed equal persons activist Nellie McClung leads Holly Burnside to clerk for the Alberta Eugenics Board, a group which prides itself on the efficiency of their reviews for government mandated sterilization ~ 13 minutes a case. She and her two brothers, one a politically charged performance artist and the other a star player in the collapsing Prairie Hockey League, all struggle with finding their place in the world. Follow them over four decades as they encounter endless sorrows and joys from both society and the people closest to them.
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About Book

Page Count

95 Pages

Digital Release Date

March 29 2017

Age Rating

15+ Only

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