Books in category Literary Collections – Canadian

  • Eye Lake

    Eye Lake
    Tristan Hughes

    Three disappearances, an underwater castle and the end of the world haunt this lively story of a northern town.

  • The Meanderings of the Emily Chesley Reading Circle

    The Meanderings of the Emily Chesley Reading Circle
    Mark A. Rayner

    Following five years of exhaustive research, the Circle presents the first issue of its semi-annual Meanderings; this extraordinary collection contains an abridges excerpt from Emily's biography, Get Bent: Emily's Life of Speculation.

  • Carrying the Shadow

    Carrying the Shadow
    Patrick Friesen

    For anyone who has urged another title in the canon of Friesen's award-winning work, here is a collection worthy of accolade. Death has no dominion, but poetry has dominion over all.

  • Le QuĂ bec traduit en Espagne

    Le Québec traduit en Espagne
    MarĂ­a Sierra CĂłrdoba Serrano

    Comment une petite nation peut-elle exister et subsister dans l'espace culturel mondialis actuel ?

  • Early Voices

    Early Voices
    Mary Alice Downie

    This selection of writings by 29 women, known and unknown, professional and amateur, presents a unique portrait of Canada through time and space, from the 17th to the early 20th century, from the Maritimes to British Columbia and the Far …

  • Phantom Limb

    Phantom Limb
    Theresa Kishkan

    Resonating throughout this collection, especially when describing the natural world, is a rich lyricism and a distinctive visceral imagery.

  • Varieties of Exile

    Varieties of Exile
    Mavis Gallant

    Mavis Gallant is the modern master of what Henry James called the international story, the fine-grained evocation of the quandaries of people who must make their way in the world without any place to call their own.

  • Espacio de la Luz

    Espacio de la Luz
    Nela RĂ­o, Elizabeth Gamble Miller

    La obra poética y en prosa de Nela Río abarca los más disímiles temas.

  • Tocsin

    Tocsin
    Mary Alice Downie, Barbara Robertson, Elizabeth Jane Errington, Marie Morin

    This selection of writings by twenty-nine women, known and unknown, professional and amateur, presents a unique portrait of Canada through time and space, from the seventeenth to the early twentieth centuries, from the Maritimes to British …

  • Pulpy and Midge

    Pulpy and Midge
    Jessica Westhead

    And then Dan’s oversexed wife, Beatrice, takes a shine to Pulpy, and Dan starts to think Midge is one hot tamale. Soon, the receptionist is smitten with Pulpy, Midge can’t get rid of Dan and Beatrice, and Pulpy’s job is in jeopardy.

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