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The Meaning Of Puck: How Hockey Explains Modern Canada by Bruce Dowbiggin - Paperback - 2008 - from Laird Books (SKU: SHELFAR15)

The Meaning Of Puck: How Hockey Explains Modern Canada

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The Meaning Of Puck: How Hockey Explains Modern Canada

by Bruce Dowbiggin

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1554702127
ISBN 13
9781554702121
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Toronto: Key Porter Books, 2008. Near Fine in softcover. 22 by 14 cm. 240 pages. Trade size. Pictorial cover. Very light rubbing to corners only. Bright, clean.. Soft Cover.

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bookseller
Laird Books CA (CA)
Bookseller’s Inventory #
SHELFAR15
Title
The Meaning Of Puck: How Hockey Explains Modern Canada
Author
Bruce Dowbiggin
Format/binding
Paperback
Book condition
Used
Binding
Paperback
ISBN 10
1554702127
ISBN 13
9781554702121
Publisher
Key Porter Books
Place of Publication
Toronto
Date Published
2008
Keywords
Non-fiction, Sports, Hockey, Canada, Canadian
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Sports;

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