Coming to Canada by Carol ShieldsComing to Canada by Carol Shields

Coming to Canada

byCarol Shields

Paperback | October 15, 1992

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In a record breaking "hat trick," Carol Shields was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for her novel,The Stone Diaries, the Canadian Governor General's Literary Award for fiction, and was shortlisted for Britain's prestigious Booker Prize. Carleton University Press is pleased to release a newly designed edition of her poetry book, Coming to Canada, first published by CUP in 1992. This collection of nearly 60 poems includes the key "Coming to Canada" sequence, and is supplemented with selections from two previous volumes, Others (1972) and Intersect (1974). Among the finest writers in the world, Carol Shields has won a large and loyal audience as a witty, compassionate and insightful novelist, short story writer, playwright and poet. She is the author of 15 books. Arriving in Canada from the United States in 1957, Shields is a long-time resident of Winnipeg, Manitoba, where she is Chancellor of the University of Winnipeg.
Carol Shields is a writer and critic who was born in Chicago and grew up in Illinois. Shields resided in Canada, where she was the Chancellor of the University of Winnipeg, and a professor at the University of Manitoba. Shields's first novel, Small Ceremonies, was published the week of her 40th birthday. Her other works of fiction incl...
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Title:Coming to CanadaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:114 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:October 15, 1992Publisher:McGill-Queen's University Press

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ISBN - 10:0886291879

ISBN - 13:9780886291877

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Among the finest writers in the world, Carol Shields has won a large and loyal audience as a witty, compassionate and insightful novelist, short story writer, playwright and poet. Coming to Canada is a collection of nearly 60 of her poems and is supplemented with selections from two previous volumes, Others (1972) and Intersect (1974).