Fifteen Years in Exile, Volume 2

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Barry Callaghan
Exile Editions, Ltd., 1992 - Canada - 518 pages
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Contents

Patrick Lane Mortal Remains
17
Morley Callaghan The Chiseller
24
PaulMarie Lapointe Red Mouth
81
Vasyl Holoborodko Katerina
125
Rikki Ducornet The Jade Cabinet
141
Alice Boissonneau There Will Be Gardens
152
Armonia Somers The Fall 162
162
Imants Ziedonis Epiphanies
214
Ciaran Carson Two Poems
281
Elizabeth Phinney Grief
287
Robert Marteau The Magpie Sonnet
293
Guy Malet de Carteret Rainy Day 30
309
Thomas McCarthy The Sorrow Garden
326
John Montague Three Poems
363
Michael Hulse The Parable Of The Blind
389
MarieClaire Blais Tenderness
414

Hans Joachim Schadlich EastWest Berlin
233
William Ronald 0 Naked Rite
244
Heaven And Into The Flesh
487
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About the author (1992)

Barry Callaghan was born in Toronto in 1937. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto. Callaghan has been a professor at York University since 1966. From 1966 to 1971, he was literary editor of the Toronto Telegram. He was a producer and war correspondent for CBC's Public Affairs from 1968 to 1971 and a commentator on CTV network from 1976 to 1982. Callaghan is also the founder and editor of Exile: A Literary Quarterly and Exile Editions. Barry Callaghan is the Recipient of the inaugural W.O. Mitchell Literary Prize in 1998. He won the CBC Literary Competition for fiction in 1985, the President's Medal for Excellence in Journalism, from the University of Western Ontario in 1979, and the National Magazine Awards in 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1984 and 1985.

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