Canadian writers and their works: Fiction series, Volume 11
Providing in-depth, original criticism on Canadian writers—including Sandra Birdsell, Timothy Findley, W. P. Kinsella, and David Adams Richards—this series features essays by Canadian literary specialists. Each volume contains four to five essays that are unified in a general introduction.
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