THE INCOMPARABLE ATUK: A CANADIAN ESKIMO’S AMERICAN DREAM – by Arnold E. Davidson

2018-01-19T16:05:26-08:00 January 19th, 2018|Categories: LITERATURE|Tags: , |

The title of The Incomparable Atuk suggests a certain satiric borrowing from The Great Gatsby. Gatsby may have been “great," but Atuk is "incomparable.” The similarity between the two works extends considerably beyond their titles, however, for Atuk pursues his dream of his own destiny with a dedication worthy of Gatsby himself.