The Rabble of Downtown Toronto

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  • The Rabble of Downtown Toronto
  • Jason Kieffer
  • English
  • 24 April 2017

12 thoughts on “The Rabble of Downtown Toronto

  1. says:

    An informative little compendium of all the bizarre personalities who you may run across on the streets of downtown Toronto. It includes sketches of them, lists of distinguishing features and a map of areas they may be found. It was interesting to see many of the folks I pass by on occasion and learn a bit more about them. The author is apparently also going to be writing a book on Zanta in the near future.

  2. says:

    A complicated and controversial book that I personally loved. The impersonal treatment of marginalized people as mere subjects of derogatory description made me do a lot of soul searching about my own sometimes dismissive attitudes.

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