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Mordecai: The Life & Times
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|July 5, 2011

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Foran's book is IT: the definitive, detailed, intimate portrait of Mordecai Richler, the lion of Canadian literature, and the turbulent, changing times that nurtured him. It is also an extraordinary love story that lasted half a century. The first major…
Modern Classics Telling Of Lies
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|July 1, 2008

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The body of wealthy Calder Maddox is found on the beach, the stately Aurora Sands Hotel supplies the suspects, and amateur sleuth and photographer Nessa Van Horne investigates a grisly murder and man's inhumanity to man. Introduction by Charles Foran Charles…
The Last House Of Ulster
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|February 14, 1995

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Winner of the QSPELL Award Chosen as the best book of the year by Maclean's , the Toronto Star , Quill & Quire and NOW Magazine. In the 1970s, Charles Foran met the McNallys, a Catholic family living in Belfast. Many years and many trips later, Foran came to…
Planet Lolita
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|May 27, 2014

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On the remote Hong Kong beach where they are camping, bickering parents and their lonely teenage daughter awaken at sunrise to a strange sight: a dozen women suddenly on the shore. They seem to have washed in from the sea. Fifteen-year-old Sarah, known as Xixi,…
Extraordinary Canadians: Maurice Richard
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|September 3, 2013

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Born in 1921 into a working-class family, Maurice Richard came of age as a French Canadian and an athlete during an era when the majority population of Quebec slumbered. A proud, reticent man, Richard aspired only to score goals and win championships for the…
Un adieu à la musique
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|August 9, 2011

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Charles Foran was born in Toronto, Canada in 1960. He received degrees in English literature and history from the University of Toronto and a Master's degree in Irish Literature at University College, Dublin. His first book, Sketches in Winter, was published in…
Join the Revolution, Comrade: Journeys and Essays

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In Join the Revolution, Comrade, Charles Foran brings to the essay form the same restlessness and originality that mark his novels and non-fiction. Foran visits places in Vietnam that have been 'colonized' by western war films, talks to Shanghai residents about…
Extraordinary Canadians: Maurice Richard

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Born in 1921 into a working-class family, Maurice Richard came of age as a French Canadian and athlete during an era when the majority population of Quebec slumbered. A proud, reticent man, Richard aspired only to score goals and win championships for the…
Carolan's Farewell
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|August 1, 2006

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Luminous and mischievous, Carolan’s Farewell is the story of a journey home and of changing times. In 18th-century Ireland, the legendary harper Carolanand his faithful companion Owen Connor make a final ride across a countrysideravaged by famine and the…
AMANTS
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|October 13, 1999

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Amants est un roman d’amour qui se déroule en Chine, sur fond de despotisme politique. C’est aussi un roman sur le choc des cultures à Montréal où chacun essaie de trouver son identité et son équilibre. Observateur privilégié, il a séjourné en Chine, le…
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Born in 1921 into a working-class family, Maurice Richard came of age as a French Canadian and athlete during an era when the majority population of Quebec slumbered. A proud, reticent man, Richard aspired only to score goals and win championships for the…
Planet Lolita
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|May 27, 2014

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An electrifying novel about a chance encounter that changes everything for a girl On the remote Hong Kong beach where they are camping, bickering parents and their lonely teenage daughter awaken at sunrise to a strange sight: a dozen women suddenly on the shore.…
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