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I sought this out because Susan Hill hails it as a forgotten classic and it’s included on a list of books to read in your thirties in… 373 more words
70. The Tin Flute (Gabrielle Roy)
The Tin Flute was the Quebec book for my Cross-Country reading challenge. This book has been on my TBR list for a while as I slowly read through the CBC’s 100 Books that Make You Proud to Be Canadian list. 859 more words
As I was reading your novel The Fire-Dwellers (1969), I had the feeling of having been caught in the middle of a conflagration, a large fire, difficult to get through. 1,347 more words
Jean Margaret Laurence (née Wemyss, 18 July 1926 – 5 January 1987) was a Canadian writer.
She attended Winnipeg’s United College, where she took courses in English, History, Ethics, and Psychology, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature in 1947. 284 more words