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The Stories That Are Great Within Us: The Exile Book of Anthology Series, Number Seven By Barry Callaghan Matt Shaw,

  • Title: The Stories That Are Great Within Us: The Exile Book of Anthology Series, Number Seven
  • Author: Barry Callaghan Matt Shaw
  • ISBN: 9781550963601
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bringing together an ensemble of Canada s best known, mid career, and emerging writers, including Margaret Atwood, Austin Clarke, Leon Rooke, Anne Michaels, Michael Ondaatje, Katherine Govier, Robertson Davies, Steven Hayward, and Barbara Gowdy, this anthology stands as the perfect gateway to discovering the city of Toronto With a diverse range of content, the book focuseBringing together an ensemble of Canada s best known, mid career, and emerging writers, including Margaret Atwood, Austin Clarke, Leon Rooke, Anne Michaels, Michael Ondaatje, Katherine Govier, Robertson Davies, Steven Hayward, and Barbara Gowdy, this anthology stands as the perfect gateway to discovering the city of Toronto With a diverse range of content, the book focuses on the stories that have taken the city, in just six decades, from a narrow wryly praised as a city of churches to a brassy, gauche, imposing metropolis that is the fourth largest in North America With an introduction from award winning author Matt Shaw, this blends a cacophony of voices to encapsulate the vibrant city of Toronto.
    The Stories That Are Great Within Us The Exile Book of Anthology Series Number Seven Bringing together an ensemble of Canada s best known mid career and emerging writers including Margaret Atwood Austin Clarke Leon Rooke Anne Michaels Michael Ondaatje Katherine Govier Roberts

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    1. Some of the stories were absolutely terrific, some I really struggled to connect with, others I read so I could finish the book Very pleased to have read it, it was well worth it.

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