A Large Harmonium: A Novel

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Coteau Books, 2011 - Canadian wit and humor - 216 pages
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Janey and Hector are professors, married with a three year old son Max. Janey's musings about balancing careers, romance, sanity and a child are refreshing. Hector relives his single life when his ... Read full review

Contents

April
1
May
19
June
37
July
51
August
71
September
88
October
108
November
128
December
145
January
163
February
183
March
199
Acknowledgements
217
About the Author
221
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About the author (2011)

Sue Sorensen has published fiction and poetry and numerous scholarly articles. She has also edited a collection of essays on western Canadian literature, titled West of Eden. Her academic interests extend from nineteenth- and twentieth-century British literature to film adaptations of literature and the examination of popular song lyrics as poetry. A Large Harmonium is her first novel. Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Sue Sorensen now lives in Winnipeg, where she is a professor of English literature at Canadian Mennonite University.

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