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By Jeffrey M. Heath

Profiles in Canadian Literature is a wide-ranging sequence of essays on Canadian authors. each one profile acquaints the reader with the writer’s paintings, offering perception into subject matters, concepts, and specific features, in addition to a chronology of the author’s lifestyles. eventually, there's a bibliography of basic works and feedback that means avenues for additional study.

"I recognize of no larger advent to those writers, and the stories in query are filled with easy info now not without difficulty available elsewhere." -U of T Quarterly

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