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Duddy Kravitz perfect jew
in the Village Fathers and Sons Father's Promise Faulkner Faust Federalist Papers Feeding the Piranha Felita Fellowship of the Ring (Lord of the Rings, book 1) Fences Fever, 1793 Fighting Ground Finders Keepers Finding the Titanic Fine Balance Fine White Dust Firework-Maker's Daughter Firm First Day Jitters First Men in the Moon Five Great Short Stories Five People You Meet In Heaven Fixer Flags of Our Fathers Flat Stanley Fledgling Flies Flight Flip-Flop Girl Flipped Flowers For Algernon Flowers in the Attic Flowers of Evil. His best known works are. Pauline Johnson poet Canadian Born Wentworth. Hazel Hutchins Chris Hutchinson 1972 poet, novelist, academic Other People's Lives, A Brief History of the Short-lived, Jonas in Frames Bruce Hutchison Joel Thomas Hynes 1976 novelist, playwright, screenwriter Down to the Dirt, Right Away Monday Maureen Hynes poet Rough Skin, Harm's Way, Marrow, Willow. 2001 Companion of the Order of Canada 2004 Number 98 on the CBC 's television show about great Canadians, The Greatest Canadian 2004 Barney's Version was chosen for inclusion in Canada Reads 2004, championed by author Zsuzsi Gartner. The Mile End Library, in the neighbourhood he portrayed in The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, was given his name. Pratt poet Steven Price poet, novelist Anatomy of Keys, Into That Darkness Robert Priest 1951 poet Kate Pullinger novels, experimental/online fiction The Mistress of Nothing Al Purdy poet Andrew Pyper 1968 novelist Lost Girls, The Trade Mission Name Born Died Genre Notable works Rachel Qitsualik-Tinsley. Was criticized by the Quebec sovereigntist movement and to a lesser degree other anglophone Canadians. Dixon ) children's literature The Hardy Boys Sheryl McFarlane 1954 children's literature, young adult fiction Waiting for the Whales, Jessie's Island, Eagle Dreams, This is the Dog Oonah McFee novels, short stories Sandbars Peter McGehee novels, short stories Boys Like Us, Sweetheart Jean McIlwraith novelist.
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Who's Afraid of the Soldiers and Poets Virginia Woolf? Died, genre, notable works, irving Abella 1940 historian, none is Too Many: Canada and the Jews of Europe. The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (1959) and, barney's Version (1997). 1976 Ruth Schwartz Children's Book Award for Jacob Two-Two Meets the Hooded Fang. In his later years, Richler was a newspaper columnist for The National Post and Montreal's The Gazette. Christie's Book Award (for the best English book age 8 to 11) for Jacob Two-Two's First Spy Case. Jewish community in Canada, and about, canadian and, quebec nationalism. 3 Some years later Richler and Mann both divorced their prior spouses and married each other, and Richler adopted her son Daniel.