Afterworlds

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McClelland and Stewart, 1987 - Canadian fiction - 125 pages
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Contents

ANCIENT SLANG
11
The Grand Dance
13
The White Horse
14
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Gwendolyn MacEwen was born in Toronto in 1941 and died there in 1987. A writer of great talent and versatility, she wrote novels, travel books, children's books and radio drama, as well as poetry books including "The Shadow-Maker" (1969) and "Afterworlds" (1987), both of which won Governor General's Awards. She published two collections of short stories, "Noman" (1972) and "Noman's Land" (1985), which includes "The Other Country," a prize winner in the 1983 CBC Canadian Literary Awards.

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