George Woodcock's Introduction to Canadian Fiction
Here, in one volume, is noted literary critic George Woodcock's condensed guide to Canada's major fiction writers. From Susanna Moodie and John Richardson to Margaret Laurence and Robertson Davies, Canada's preeminent critic considers more than 60 Canadian short-story writers and novelists. This book covers the field and provides an excellent survey for anyone interested in Canadian literature.
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