Twenty-first-century Canadian Writers

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Christian Riegel
Thomson Gale, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 431 pages
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Dedicated for nearly thirty years to making literature and its creators more accessible and intriguing to researchers, the series presents signed, authoritative biographical and critical essays on writers from all eras and genres. Rigorously meeting the standards of librarians and instructors, signed entries are written by academic experts in the field and include illustrations and extensive bibliographies.

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Contents

Plan of the Series xiii Greg Hollingshead 1947
105
Douglas Barbour 1940 9 Thomas King 1943
118
Marilyn Bowering 1949 30 Dany Laferriere 1953
136
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About the author (2007)

Christian Riegel teaches Canadian literature, genre studies, and poetry at Campion College at the University of Regina. He is the author of "Writing Grief: Margaret Laurence and the Work of Mourning", and editor of "Challenging Territory: The Writing of Margaret Laurence" and" A Sense of Place: Re-evaluating Regionalism in Canadian and American Writing.

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