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Son of a Tricksterby Eden Robinson Knopf Canada - In the first part of a proposed trilogy - and a finalist for the Giller Prize - a young man learns of his unusual parentage. The Canadian-born bool and staff writer at The New Yorker tackles some of the biggest, distressing issues of our time in her debut collection of essays - and she does it with flare and humour. Reviewer Omar Bpok Akkad calls it "a masterpiece of humanity and restraint. Customer help.