ECW's Biographical Guide to Canadian Novelists
This comprehensive collection includes biographies of Margaret Atwood, Clark Blaise, Frances Brooke, Ernest Buckler, Morley Callaghan, Leonard Cohen, Matt Cohen, Ralph Connor, Robertson Davies, Sara Jeannette Duncan, Marian Engel, Mavis Gallant, Hugh Garner, Dave Godfrey, Frederick Philip Grove, Thomas Haliburton, Robert Harlow, Jack Hodgins, Hugh Hood, William Kirby, Raymond Knister, Robert Kroetsch, Margaret Laurence, Stephen Leacock, Norman Levine, Hugh MacLennan, John Metcalf, W. O. Mitchell, Susanna Moodie, Alice Munro, Martha Ostenso, Gilbert Parker, Thomas Raddall, John Richardson, Mordecai Richler, Charles G. D. Roberts, Leon Rooke, Sinclair Ross, Ernest Thompson Seton, Robert Stead, Audrey Thomas, Catharine Parr Traill, Sheila Watson, Rudy Wiebe, Ethel Wilson, Adele Wiseman, and other writers of the 19th century.
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Alberta American anthology appeared Award for Fiction became began biographical Blaise born British Columbia Canada Council Canadian Fiction Canadian literature career Catharine Charles G.D. Roberts Cohen College daughter death Duncan early edition editor England Ernest Buckler essays farm father Fiction in English Frederick Philip Grove Further references Godfrey Governor General's Award graduate Haliburton Hodgins interview John Kirby Kroetsch later Leacock letter literary lived London Maclean's MacLennan Magazine Manitoba Margaret Atwood Margaret Laurence married Mavis Gallant McClelland and Stewart Medal Metcalf Mitchell Montreal Mordecai Richler Morley Callaghan moved NOTES Nova Scotia novel novelist novella Ontario Order of Canada Ostenso Ottawa Parker poems poetry political Prize publication published Quebec Raddall Raymond Knister returned Review Rooke Sara Jeannette Duncan Seton Sheila Watson short stories Sir Charles G.D. summer Susanna teaching Thomas Univ University of British University of Toronto Vancouver Wiebe Winnipeg writer-in-residence wrote York