Too Much Light for Samuel Gaska

Too Much Light for Samuel Gaska is the story of a composer who gives up music after serving time in prison in the Canadian West. From Quebec and of Polish origin, Samuel Gaska is torn between the Old World and the New. His life compels him to explore the origins of American immigration: Acadia, the Amerindians, and the West. Delving into that history, he discovers that the birds were the first to come here and are the true guides for anyone wanting to settle in “America”.

About The Author

Étienne Beaulieu, Author

Jonathan Kaplansky, Translator