Tag: Canadian Literature

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When Winter Gets Nasty, It’s Time To Hunker Down, With a Book

When winter gets nasty it’s time to hunker down with a good book. Here’s some of my winter reading.

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A Little Bit of Canada This November Morning

I’m thinking about how grateful I am for Canadian culture this morning. For all the wonderful books and music that Canadians produce

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Back Road Books

Hubby and I love back roads. Ditto dirt roads, paths, trails, chemins when we’re in Quebec. Twisting secondary roads with crumbling pavement, or narrow gravel roads make us feel right at home, no matter where we are. Like the one …

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Sisters in the Wilderness … and well … Sisters.

Canadian writer and biographer Charlotte Gray wrote a fabulous book a few years ago called Sisters in the Wilderness. Gray’s book is a double biography of iconic early Canadian writers and sisters Susanna Moodie and Catharine Parr Traill, authors of Roughing …

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