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Irma Voth

by Miriam Toews

|April 5, 2011

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From the award-winning author of A Complicated Kindness comes a heart-wrenching yet wryly funny story about setting out on the road to self-discovery, and finding the strength to survive in the face of immeasurable loss.   Nineteen-year-old Irma Voth lives…
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arg1-9782764606766.html Prix du Gouverneur g?n?ral?2005. Ce troisi?me roman de Miriam Toews s?interroge sur les liens qui relient les uns aux autres les membres d?une famille, ainsi que sur les forces qui les am?nent ? se d?faire. Il nous raconte le monde selon…
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From the acclaimed Giller Prize Finalist and Governor General’s Award Winner: a delightfully funny and charming second novel about Canada’s smallest town. Life in Winnipeg didn’t go as planned for Knute and her daughter. But living back in Algren with her parents…
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A Novel by the Governor General’s Literary Award—winning author of A Complicated Kindness Lucy Van Alstyne always thought she’d grow up to become a forest ranger. Instead, at the age of eighteen, she’s found herself with quite a different job title: Single Mother…

Swing Low: A Life

by Miriam Toews

|January 11, 2010

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After her father took his own life in 1998, Miriam Toews decided to face her confusion and pain straight on. In writing her father’s memoir, she was motivated by two primary goals: For her own sake, she needed to understand, or at least accept, her father’s final…
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Sixteen-year-old Nomi Nickel longs to hang out with Lou Reed and Marianne Faithfull in New York City’s East Village. Instead she’s trapped in East Village, Manitoba, a small town whose population is Mennonite: “the most embarrassing sub-sect of people to belong…