Shadow Maker: The Life of Gwendolyn MacEwen

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Harper Collins, Jan 1, 1995 - Authors, Canadian - 416 pages
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I have a love-hate relationship wiuth this book: I love Rosemary Sullivan's writing, but I have this deep-seated fear of becoming Gwen MacEwen, and not really knowing it until I'm found dead and cat ... Read full review

Contents

Thirtyeight Keele Street
13
The Third Floor
19
A Room in Winnipeg
32
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ROSEMARY SULLIVAN is an acclaimed biographer, poet and editor. She is the author of nine books of non-fiction, including Villa Air-Bel, which was awarded a Canadian Jewish Book Award; Labyrinth of Desire: Women, Passion and Romantic Obsession; By Heart: Elizabeth Smart--A Life and the #1 bestseller The Red Shoes: Margaret Atwood, Starting Out. Her biography of Gwendolyn MacEwen, Shadow Maker, won the Governor General's Literary Award for Non-fiction, the Canadian Authors Association Literary Award, the Toronto Book Award and the University of British Columbia Medal for Canadian Biography. Sullivan's journalistic pieces have won her a National Magazine Awards silver medal and a Western Journalism first prize for travelogue; her academic honours include Killam, Trudeau and Guggenheim fellowships. She lives in Toronto, where she is a professor of English at the University of Toronto.

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