George Grant: A Biography

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University of Toronto Press, 1996 - Literary Collections - 472 pages
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George Grant's Lament for a Nation and Technology and Empire inspired a generation of Canadians. This critically acclaimed biography of one of Canada's most controversial philosophical, religious, and political thinkers draws on his many letters, private papers, and published writings to portray a man who has been described as `the most formidable combination of personality and intellect Canada has produced.'.

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User Review  - Adam DeVille, Ph.D. - Goodreads

An interesting biography about one of Canada's little known and oft-neglected "public intellectuals" who deserves not to be forgotten. Read full review

About the author (1996)

WILLIAM CHRISTIAN is Professor of Political Studies at the University of Guelph. He is author of George Grant: A Biography (UTP 1993) and editor of George Grant: Selected Letters (UTP 1996).

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