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ELIZABETH SMART
NOVEL
FRENCH-CANADIAN LITERATURE
DAVID ADAMS RICHARDS
JACK HODGINS
JOHN RICHARDSON
MARGARET ATWOOD
ROBERTSON DAVIES
SANDRA BIRDSELL
TREVOR FERGUSON
CANADIAN NOVELISTS
ALAN CUMYN
ALBERTO MANGUEL
ALICE MUNRO
ALISTAIR MACLEOD
ALLEN
ANDREAS SCHROEDER
ANNE MICHAELS
AUSTIN CLARKE
AUTHOR
AWARD
BERNICE MORGAN
BHARATI MUKHERJEE
BLAME
BOURAOUI
BRIAN FAWCETT
BRIAN MOORE
CAMILLA GIBB
CANADA READS
CANNINGTON
CAROL SHIELDS
CECIL FOSTER
CHARACTERS
CLARK BLAISE
COMPLICATED KINDNESS
CRITICS
DAVE
DAVID HELWIG
DAVID MARGOSHES
DEBORAH JOY COREY
DIONNE BRAND
DOUGLAS COUPLAND
ELIZABETH HAY
ELIZABETH RUTH
ESSAYS
FARLEY MOWAT
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Elizabeth Smart

  1. Elizabeth Smart was born into the bourgeois family of Russel S. Smart, a barrister, and Emma Louise Parr Smart on 27 December 1913.

Novel

  1. Novel was first published in 1842.
  2. Novel is based on real exploit.
  3. The English word "novel" derives from the Italian word novella, meaning "a tale, a piece of news".
  4. The novel is a fictionalised version of the life of the New Orleans jazz pioneer Buddy Bolden. (Web site)
  5. The novel was adapted as a film in 1978. (Web site)

French-Canadian Literature

  1. French-Canadian literature was in no way an appendage to the literature of France and English Canada's was to Great Britain. (Web site)
  2. French-Canadian literature was less an appendage to the literature of France than English Canada's was to Great Britain.

David Adams Richards

  1. David Adams Richards (born 17 October 1950) is a Canadian novelist, essayist, screenwriter and poet. (Web site)
  2. Richards, David Adams New Brunswick native David Adams Richards has written many novels, short stories, and screenplays. (Web site)
  3. Released last month, it included high-profile names like Douglas Coupland and David Adams Richards, but they failed to make the cut on Tuesday.

Jack Hodgins

  1. Jack Hodgins is one of the most important talents to emerge in English-Canadian fiction in the decade of the 1970s. (Web site)
  2. Jack Hodgins is the 12th recipient of the Terasen Lifetime Achievement Award for an outstanding literary career in British Columbia.
  3. Jack Hodgins is the eldest of the three children of Stanley and Reta (Blakely) Hodgins, descendants of settlers (mostly Irish) in Ontario and Alberta. (Web site)
  4. Jack hodgins was born and raised on Vancouver Island.

John Richardson

  1. The first Canadian novelist of note was John Richardson, whose Wacousta (1832) popularized the genre of the national historical novel. (Web site)
  2. It was during that year that Molson picked up the book "Theoretic Hints on an Improved Practice in Brewing" by John Richardson. (Web site)
  3. John Richardson--s life, like his novels, had its dark side.

Margaret Atwood

  1. Margaret Atwood is a Canadian novelist and poet who tackles many women's and political issues in her writing.
  2. Margaret Atwood is a Canadian novelist who was invited to give the prestigious Empson Lectures at Cambridge University.
  3. Margaret Atwood is a genius storyteller. (Web site)
  4. Margaret Atwood is a master of words.
  5. Margaret Atwood is an anti-social bitch.

Robertson Davies

  1. Robertson Davies is a Candian literary icon.
  2. Robertson Davies was 25 and a student at Oxford when these letters begin.
  3. Robertson Davies was a Canadian novelist, playwright, critic, journalist, and professor.
  4. Robertson Davies was a writer of grand ideas and fertile imagination who excelled in a variety of literary disciplines. (Web site)
  5. Robertson Davies was a Canadian novelist, playwright, and journalist.

Sandra Birdsell

  1. Sandra Birdsell was nominated for the Giller Prize for her best-selling novel, The Russl--nder, in 2001. (Web site)
  2. Sandra Birdsell was born in Manitoba and, until recently, has spent most of her life in Winnipeg. (Web site)
  3. Sandra Birdsell was born in Manitoba in 1942 and now lives in Regina, Sask. (Web site)
  4. Sandra Birdsell was born in Manitoba, and until recently spent most of her life in Winnipeg. (Web site)

Trevor Ferguson

  1. Trevor Ferguson, a.k.a John Farrow, is the author of nine novels and four plays. (Web site)
  2. This article was derived fully or in part from the article Trevor Ferguson on Wikipedia.
  3. In 2002, Trevor Ferguson-s first play, Long, Long, Short, Long was produced by infinitheatre (dir.

Canadian Novelists

  1. Speculative Fictions : contemporary Canadian novelists and the writing of history. (Web site)
  2. Finally, Marchand gripes that there are no "great" Canadian novelists. (Web site)

Alan Cumyn

  1. Alan Cumyn is a deft, smooth writer.

Alberto Manguel

  1. Alberto Manguel was born in Buenos Aires in 1948, was educated there, and was a friend of Jorge Luis Borges late in Borges’s life.
  2. Anthologist, translator, essayist, novelist and editor, Alberto Manguel is absorbed by the written word.

Alice Munro

  1. Alice Munro is a three-time winner of the Governor General's Award, one of the most prestigious literary awards in Canada.
  2. Alice Munro was born in the small rural town of Wingham, Ontario into a family of fox and poultry farmers.
  3. Alice Munro was born in the town of Wingham, Ontario into a family of fox and poultry farmers.
  4. Alice Munro: a double life. (Web site)

Alistair Macleod

  1. Alistair MacLeod was born in North Battleford, Saskatchewan in 1936 and raised among an extended family in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

Allen

  1. Allen was always believed in the potency of words; she began writing as a child, and used notes to communicate with women she admired. (Web site)
  2. Allen was born in Jamaica, but has lived in Toronto for many years.
  3. Allen was married twice and had one son. (Web site)

Andreas Schroeder

  1. Andreas Schroeder was born into a Mennonite family in Hoheneggelsen, Germany on November 26, 1946.

Anne Michaels

  1. Anne Michaels was born in 1958, in Toronto, where she still lives. (Web site)

Austin Clarke

  1. Austin Clarke is the author of five short story collections and nine novels, including The Origin of Waves and The Question.
  2. Austin Clarke is a renaissance man.

Author

  1. Author was 17 years old when she wrote this first novel.
  2. Author was famous cowboy movie star of early 20th Century.
  3. The author is a former resident of Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands. (Web site)
  4. The author is a master of dialect and lucid description.
  5. The author is the recipient of the Giller Prize for his novel, "The Book of Secrets".

Award

  1. The award was created in 1997 by John Gleed of Ottawa, husband of the late Danuta Gleed, in celebration of her life and career as a writer of short fiction.
  2. The award was presented for the first time in 2003, although its first winner was deemed to have won for 2002.

Bernice Morgan

  1. Bernice Morgan is a Canadian novelist who lives in St. John's, Newfoundland.

Bharati Mukherjee

  1. Bharati Mukherjee is the author of seven novels, including Desirable Daughters and Jasmine.

Blame

  1. The blame was centered on Fitzgerald's lack of attention on the stop watch as he let the boxing round go over time. (Web site)
  2. The blame was centered on Fitzgerald's lack of attention on the stop watch as he let the boxing round goover time.
  3. The blame was centered on Fitzgerald's lack of attention on the stopwatch as he let the boxing round go over time. (Web site)

Bouraoui

  1. Bouraoui was educated in France and in the United States, in French, English and American literature. (Web site)

Brian Fawcett

  1. Brian Fawcett is a Canadian novelist and poet who currently lives in Toronto, Ontario.

Brian Moore

  1. Brian Moore died in 1999 at his home in Malibu, California, aged 77, of pulmonary fibrosis. (Web site)
  2. For more information on Brian Moore, visit Britannica.com. (Web site)
  3. Brian Moore Guitars: showing retailers how to maximize profits with creative merchandising of technology. (Web site)

Camilla Gibb

  1. Camilla Gibb is a Canadian writer, born in London, England, and brought up in Toronto, Ontario. (Web site)

Canada Reads

  1. Canada Reads is an annual "battle of the books" competition organized and broadcast by Canada 's public broadcaster, the CBC. (Web site)
  2. Canada Reads was first broadcast on CBC's Radio One in 2002; since its third edition it has been broadcast on Radio One and on television on CBC Newsworld.

Cannington

  1. Cannington is also the birthplace of Rick MacLeish, a retired NHL hockey player and artist Robert Holmes (1861-1930). (Web site)
  2. Cannington is the adopted hometown of guitarist Don Ross. (Web site)
  3. Cannington was home to the author Timothy Findley, who wrote a memoir, From Stone Orchard, about his experiences at the farm on the outskirts of Cannington. (Web site)

Carol Shields

  1. Carol Shields is a master of wit & irony, displayed in her characters and her relentless mocking of the intellectual establishment. (Web site)
  2. Carol Shields is a remarkable writer and any reader has high expectations.
  3. Carol Shields is a treasure and her writing deserves more attention than it's gotten so far. (Web site)
  4. Carol Shields is the author of ten novels and two collections of short stories.
  5. Carol Shields was always passionate about biography, both in her writing and her reading, and in 2001 she published a biography of Jane Austen.

Cecil Foster

  1. Cecil Foster is a well-known journalist, novelist, and non-fiction writer.

Characters

  1. Characters are clear examples of Jungian archetypes and events are demonstrative of Jung's idea of synchronicity.
  2. The characters are alive and human. (Web site)
  3. The characters are barely recognizable as humans and all I really want is for them to shut up.
  4. The characters are complex and interesting and their lives take unexpected twists and turns, making the story very realistic and very fascinating.
  5. The characters are the damned, the voiceless, the rejected.

Clark Blaise

  1. Bharati Mukherjee, award winning author of The Middleman and Other Stories, appears jointly with her husband, Canadian novelist Clark Blaise.
  2. After winning a scholarship to the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop, she moved to the United States and married Canadian novelist Clark Blaise in 1963.
  3. Clark Blaise (born 1940) is a Canadian author currently living in San Francisco.

Complicated Kindness

  1. A Complicated Kindness is a coming-of-age novel set in a small Mennonite community.
  2. A Complicated Kindness is a fictional exploration of a migrant community based on the author’s own upbringing in a Mennonite town in Manitoba.
  3. A Complicated Kindness was chosen for the inclusion in Canada Reads 2006, championed by singer-songwriter, poet and publisher John K. Samson.

Critics

  1. Critics are split on the book's merits. (Web site)
  2. Critics were careful not to outrage my modesty by their praise, and the public scrupulously refused to debauch me with applause. (Web site)

Dave

  1. DAVE: An unkind comment, given that Lewis was probably sitting beside him when he said it.
  2. Dave is a fraternal triplet, while his brothers Bob and Clint, who were born on the same date, are identical twins. (Web site)
  3. Dave was born last, making him the youngest of the triplets. (Web site)
  4. Dave was there to give the definitive answer on anything roller related.

David Helwig

  1. David Helwig's, Haunted by lives unlived, utilizies many of the strategies used in assignment writing. (Web site)
  2. But here, with David Helwig to tell their story, you'll grow to like them and appreciate their rough edges.
  3. If I were to list the books that David Helwig has published, there would be little space for anything else; there is much for Helwig to be immodest about. (Web site)

David Margoshes

  1. David Margoshes (born 1941) is a Canadian poet and novelist who lives in Regina, Saskatchewan.
  2. This article was derived fully or in part from the article David Margoshes on Wikipedia.

Deborah Joy Corey

  1. Deborah Joy Corey was born and raised in Temperance Vale, New Brunswick, the sixth of seven children. (Web site)

Dionne Brand

  1. Dionne Brand, born in Trinidad, in Guaguyare (1953), immigrant to Canada, woman and black is another such poet. (Web site)
  2. Message boards Post comment Dionne Brand Dionne Brand is a Canadian poet, novelist, and non-fiction writer who focuses on issues relating to Black women.

Douglas Coupland

  1. Douglas Coupland is a Canadian novelist, essayist, and critic of both pop and art culture.
  2. Douglas Coupland is a man of complete duality.
  3. Douglas Coupland is an inspiration machine.

Elizabeth Hay

  1. Elizabeth Hay's GARBO LAUGHS really got under my skin.
  2. This 2-DVD set, an update of the original Differential Expressions published in 2003, features new interviews with Malcolm Steinberg and Elizabeth Hay.
  3. Among the Canadian story writers I've recently been reading and admiring are Nadine McInnis and Elizabeth Hay. (Web site)

Elizabeth Ruth

  1. Findley was also an active mentor to a number of young Canadian writers, including Marnie Woodrow and Elizabeth Ruth. (Web site)
  2. Elizabeth Ruth: I do not write from an outline.
  3. I know better now than to assume I can second-guess who will enjoy an Elizabeth Ruth novel. (Web site)

Essays

  1. The essays are intelligent, informative and interesting.
  2. The essays are intended to illustrate Frye's insights into Canadian literature and reflect how his views changed over the course of his life. (Web site)

Farley Mowat

  1. Farley Mowat and his wife, Claire, are donating more than 200 acres of land on Cape Breton Island to the Nova Scotia Nature Trust Friday.
  2. Never cry wolf, farley mowat, dell publishing co.
  3. Farley mowat resources online, including bibliographical material and annotated links.

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