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Claire Wilks: What The Hand Sees
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|November 17, 2018

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A celebration of the whole of Claire Wilks’ work and her presence in the world as a woman of great character and a singular artist, the book presents her career—with ample selections of her drawings, sculptures, and monoprints—including…
All The Lonely People: Collected Stories
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|November 17, 2018

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Callaghan’s writing is wide ranging but often takes on the perspective of a marginalized individual’s view of the human experience. These tales are told in a variety of voices: street hustlers, priests, blues singers, Holocaust survivors,…
Raise You On The River: Essays And Encounters 1964-2018
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|November 17, 2018

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For some six decades Barry Callaghan has been a singular presence in Canada. His distinctive literary style, tone and temperament reveal him to be an inquisitive observer, thoughtful commentator, and assiduous craftsman. Always attuned to history and in…
Hoggwash: The Callaghan And Rosenblatt Epistolary Convergence
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|May 1, 2016

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Barry Callaghan and Joe Rosenblatt, poets of perspicacity, pizzazz, and probity, have been combative, ecstatic compadres for over 40 years, with Callaghan donning an array of chapeaus, the man of belles lettres and hog flaneur-on-the-hoof from Smooth City, while…
We Wasn't Pals: Canadian Poetry And Prose Of The First World War
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Chronicling the struggle to put into words the horrors, insights, and tribulations that ultimately shaped a nation’s character, this new/expanded edition (based on the original edition of 2001) presents both the major and “unknown” Canadian…
The Stories That Are Great Within Us: The Exile Book Of Anthology Series, Number Seven
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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…
Jamais Est Écho De Toujours
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|October 1, 2006

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Barry Callaghan was born in Toronto in 1937. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto. Callaghan has been a professor at York University since 1966. From 1966 to 1971, he was literary editor of the Toronto Telegram. He was a producer and war correspondent…
Barry Callaghan: Essays on His Works
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|September 5, 2006

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A great storyteller, Barry Callaghan is one of the most distinctive man of letters Canada has ever produced. He is fascinated by the no-man's land that stands between fiction and journalism. Politically and culturally engaged, he is a public scholar and acute…
Never's Just The Echo Of Forever
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|This title releases March 1, 2022

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