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Them Times (Island studies) by David Weale
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Them Times (Island studies)

by David Weale

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Within living memory a revolution has occurred in the green and gentle countryside of Prince Edward Island. Over the past few decades the changes have been so profound that the recent past is now referred to by many as "them times." Based on the popular local CBC Radio series of the same name, Them Times is a collection of historical vignettes depicting Prince Edward Island before and after what some folklorists call "the break," that early post-World War II period when the twentieth century seemed to hit the Island all at once. David Weale combines anecdotal reminiscences of Islanders with some of his own musings and observations of a way of life that has all but disappeared.

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