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  • Miss Lamp

    Miss Lamp
    Christopher Ewart

    These characters' stories weave together into a tangle – like moths to a light, they all kaleidoscope back to our Miss Lamp in her floral hotel room.

  • Great Lakes Logia

    Great Lakes Logia
    Joe Blades

  • Tyendinaga Tales

    Tyendinaga Tales
    Rona Rustige

    Story- telling was used to socialize and instruct young people and acted as a social cohesive for the whole group." The tales which Rona Rustige has collected contain many folkloric motifs which relate them to other Iroquoian literatures.

  • Wacousta or The prophecy a tale of the Canadas Volume 2

    Wacousta, or, The prophecy: a tale of the Canadas, Volume 2
    John Richardson

  • Safety of War

    Safety of War
    Rob Benvie

    Safety of War is a hellride of exploded symbolism and beery misadventures, murders and tragedies, laughs, puzzles and meditations on valour and sacrifice in a world short on true heroes.

  • Forest and Other Gleanings

    Forest and Other Gleanings
    Catherine Parr Traill

    This collection seeks, as it were, to complete her aspirations and to offer readers interested in Traill and 19th-century Upper Canada a "gleaning" of her better sketches and stories.

  • The Mitochondrial Curiosities of Marcels 1 to 19

    The Mitochondrial Curiosities of Marcels 1 to 19
    Jocelyn Brown

    Told in a fresh, frank voice, The Mitochondrial Curiosities of Marcels 1 to 19 is a wry, adventurous, unflinching look at the trials of teenage life. Instructions for renegade crafts included.

  • The Blue Books

    The Blue Books
    Nicole Brossard

    The Blue Books brings them back. A Book: A novel about a novel; five characters in "search of a narrative, a narrative in search of an author." Brossard's first novel, and a key work in Canadian postmodernism.

  • Profiles in Canadian Literature 7 Volume 7

    Profiles in Canadian Literature 7, Volume 7
    Jeffrey M. Heath

    Each profile acquaints the reader with the writer's work, providing insight into themes, techniques, and special characteristics, as well as a chronology of the author's life.

  • Outside the Lines

    Outside the Lines
    Kirstine Steno

    Essay from the year 2011 in the subject Literature – Canada, grade: MA, University of Copenhagen (Institute of English, Germanic and Romance Studies), language: English, abstract: In this essay, I want to explore how Emily Carr’s life …

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