Books in category Literary Collections – Canadian | Page 5

  • Stories Subversive

    Stories Subversive
    Nellie McClung

    First-wave feminist, activist, and social reformer, Nellie McClung ranked as one of the most popular Canadian authors and among the liveliest critics of Canada's male-dominated society.

  • Blessed Harbours

    Blessed Harbours
    John Miska

    Revealing the entire spectrum of a colourful culture with ancient roots and a literary tradition in a state of constant renewal, this collection features not only the recognised masters but also a new generation of talent, appealing to …

  • Those Earlier Hills

    Those Earlier Hills
    R. M. Patterson

    Few men have been as set on isolated adventures and as passionate about the wild landscape of Canada as R.M. Patterson.

  • All My Friends Are Superheroes

    All My Friends Are Superheroes
    Andrew Kaufman

    All Tom's friends really are superheroes.

  • Return of the Sphinx

    Return of the Sphinx
    Hugh MacLennan

    Set in Montreal and Ottawa, this book continues the story of Alan Ainslie, idealist, patriot and intellectual, who has a special insight into Russian policy.

  • Sub Divo

    Sub Divo
    Norm Sibum

    In this collection of poems, however, Norm Sibum suggests that we are all of us sub divo, no matter who or what we are.

  • In Translation

    In Translation
    Gabrielle Roy, Jane Everett, Joyce Marshall

    The two shared a deep and long-lasting friendship based on a shared interest in language and writing. In Translation offers a critical examination of the more than two hundred letters exchanged by Roy and Marshall between 1959 and 1980.

  • A travers l Espagne

    A travers l’Espagne
    Adolphe-Basile Routhier, Ligaran,

    Après nous avoir boudés toute la journée d'hier, il nous a enfin montré ce matin sa face souriante, et il a mis en fuite toute une légion de petits nuages qui se sont réfugiés au couchant." À PROPOS DES ÉDITIONS LIGARAN : Les …

  • Western Icelandic Short Stories

    Western Icelandic Short Stories
    Kirsten Wolf

    Collection of stories written by first and second generation authors from the western part of Iceland, who emigrated to North America, particularly Manitoba.

  • Ugly Naked People

    Ugly Naked People
    Giselle Renarde

    In this eagerly-anticipated second edition of Ugly Naked People, Giselle Renarde brings readers eight works of queer fiction as engaging as they are diverse.

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