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Alistair MacLeod: Essays on His Works
Guernica Editions, Spring 2001
144 pages
Trade Paperback
ISBN13: 9781550711370
ISBN10: 1550711377
English
$9.00 Canada, $9.00 US

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Including personal interviews, background information, and criticism, this collection of essays examines renowned Canadian author Alistair MacLeod's life and the writing of his novel No Great Mischief. Various literary critics explore themes present in his work such as memory versus myth and the blending of history. One of the chief contemporary fiction writers, MacLeod has won such honors as the Dartmouth Book Award for Fiction, the Raddall Award for Fiction, and the Trillium Award for Fiction.

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