A Woman's Way Through Unknown Labrador

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Echo Library, 2007 - Fiction - 148 pages
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Friday morning was warm and bright. It seemed wonderful to be having so much fine weather in Labrador, and not a fly or mosquito as yet. The one nuisance we had met was mice or lemmings. They had been busy with my hat in the night, and when I came to put it on that morning I found there was a hole eaten in the crown and a meal or two taken out of the brim. There seemed to be thousands of them, and they ran squealing about everywhere, great fat fellows, some of them as big as grey squirrels. The ground was so perforated with their holes that it reminded one of a porous plaster.

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Sherrill E. Grace is professor, English, University of British Columbia, and the author of Inventing Tom Thomson and Canada and the Idea of North. She is currently working as a consultant on a film about Mina Benson Hubbard.

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