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Par Northrop Frye. 1982
Par Bruce Meyer. 2000
Meyer shows how all the greats - Homer, Sophocles, Virgil, Dante, Shakespeare and numerous other classic writers - are still… very relevant. Using his trademark approach to reading and understanding, he takes readers on an exciting voyage of discovery through some of the most important works of Western literature. 2000.
Par Bruce Hutchison. 1976
This is the 1970s autobiography of the journalist and historian whose life and writing influenced many Canadians. British Columbia-raised, his… life spanned some formative years of the province's political history. As a journalist he met and wrote about many prime ministers, and became recognized as an influential thinker. 1976.
Par William Strunk, E. B White. 1979
A compendium of specific tips to encourage writers to be clear, brief, and bold. This fourth edition of E.B. White's… revision of Strunk's classic style manual is modestly updated to accommodate gender references and to provide fresh examples. Contains a foreword by Roger Angell. 2000, c1979.
Par Robert Fisk. 2005
Journalist Fisk has been reporting on the Middle East for the last 30 years, covering every major event from the… Algerian Civil War to the Iranian Revolution, from the Russian invasion of Afghanistan and the Gulf War to the ongoing war in Iraq. Reaching back into the long history of invasion, occupation and colonization in the region, he describes how a history of injustice "has condemned the Middle East to war." Some descriptions of violence. Some strong language. 2005.
Par Northrop Frye. 1971
Dr. Frye has collected all his essays on Canadian writing and painting which he believes are of permanent value. Includes… his annual surveys of English Canadian poetry which originally appeared between 1950 and 1960.
Par Eleanor Wachtel. 2016
Eleanor Wachtel is one of the English-speaking world's most respected and sought-after interviewers. This book, celebrating her show's twenty-five year… anniversary, presents her conversations with legendary authors like Jonathan Franzen, Alice Munro, and J.M. Coetzee, who share their views on process, the writing life, and the hazards of literary fame. 2016.
Par Robert Love. 1993
A collection of "thirty-seven examples of the art of journalism as practiced at the Rolling Stone." The articles appeared in… issues from 1969 to 1990. The range of subjects includes actors, musicians, politics, and AIDS. Among contributors are Hunter S. Thompson, P.J. O'Rourke, and Tim Cahill. Each entry is abridged and prefaced with a note by the writer. Some strong language. 1993.
Par John Fraser. 1986
Par Joe Fiorito. 1997
A collection of newspaper essays by Montrealer Joe Fiorito, who won the 1996 National Newspaper Award for these columns. You'll… meet Milo who is seven and having the lousiest day of his life, Jackie of the Ritz, chambermaid to the stars, and Nantha, single father, man about town, as well as many others. 1997.
Par Dan Yashinsky. 2004
The art of storytelling is very much alive in today's world. Yashinsky has lived with storytelling all his life, first… listening to storytellers and then becoming one himself. It's the traveler who stops to hear the voice of the dusty little mouse on the road who is rewarded with the treasure. 2004.
Par Margaret Atwood. 1995
The author writes of the imaginative mystique of the Canadian North. In discussing the work of writers like Robert Service,… Robertson Davies, Alice Munro, and Margaret Laurence, she talks of northern folklore, myth, and imagery. Originally presented as the Clarendon Lectures at Oxford University. 1995.
Par Katherine Paterson. 2014
From her childhood in China to the moment she won her first National Book Award, literary icon Katherine Paterson shares… the personal stories that inspired her children's books. For Junior and Senior High readers. 2014.
Par Carol Shields, Anne Giardini, Nicholas Giardini. 2016
In the course of her career, which included novels as well as poetry, short stories, biography and plays, Carol Shields… was encouraging of other writers: she read and commented on her friends' manuscripts, taught writing classes, and spoke and wrote on the craft of writing. This is her guide to the writing process, from conception to publication. Drawn by her daughter and grandson from her correspondence with other writers, essays, notes, comments, criticism and lectures, it helps answer some of the most fundamental questions about writing: why we write at all, whether writing can be taught, what keeps a reader turning the pages, and how a writer knows when a work is done. 2016.
Par Donald Lamont Jack. 1977
Par Peggy Noonan. 1998
A former speech writer for U.S. presidents Ronald Reagan and George Bush offers "advice and anecdotes about the writing and… giving of speeches." Exhorts both veteran and novice speakers to organize their message using logic, sincerity, humour, and short sentences, while keeping the speech under twenty minutes. c1998.
Par Bill McNeil, Morris Wolfe. 1982
Par John Fraser. 1994
From 1987 to 1994, John Fraser was editor of "Saturday Night" magazine. "Saturday Night Lives!" is a selection of his… monthly diaries, in which he wrote whatever was on his mind. The diaries offer commentaries on Canada's political and cultural life, satires on the depopulation of Atlantic Canada, take-offs of Revenue Canada's income tax guides, and much more. The first and final diaries are narrated by John Fraser himself. c1994.
Par Graham Greene, Judith Adamson. 1990
"Reflections" is a selection of previously uncollected travel reports, essays and reviews. Spanning nearly seven decades, the pieces encompass an… extraordinary range of subjects. While articles from the twenties and thirties cover trips to many parts of Europe, Greene also found material closer to home. Critical reviews evoke the atmosphere of wartime England; later articles examine events in Indo-China, Cuba, Haiti, Paraguay and Chile. 1990.
Par Craig Silverman. 2007
We regret the error - it's a phrase that appears in newspapers almost daily, the standard notice that something went… wrong in the reporting, editing, or printing of an article. This collection of funny, shocking, and sometimes disturbing journalistic slip-ups and corrections includes all types of media inaccuracy - from 'fuzzy math' to 'obiticide' (printing the obituary of a person very much alive) to complete and utter ethical lapses. Explicit strong language, and some descriptions of sex. c2007.