How to Find Books by Canadian Authors
Whether you’re a writer or a reader, you’ve probably heard of a Canadian author. But what can you do to find their books? And why is it important to support Canadian authors? Below are a few tips. And, if you can’t get enough of them, try to buy them! And, while you’re at it, try reading some of their books! We’ll get to that in a moment.
What Can You Do To Find Their Books?
– John De Ruiter: Another First Nations writer who wrote in different genres, from fiction to poetry, is a fascinating choice. His writing is lively and vivid, and he depicts the strength of marginalized groups in an uncompromising way. He was also committed to Canadian-oriented activism. His trilogy The Deptford Boys and the Cornish Man are both rich in historical detail. These books have been translated into several languages, including English.
– Charlotte Mason: Among Canadian authors, the writer who wrote The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz demonstrates a distinctive literary style. While some Canadian authors choose to write about a woman who lives in the city, others choose to focus on women who live in a rural setting. She combines satire with serious themes, including death and love. The novel also features an unforgettable ending, a perfect example of an underdog in Canada.
– Mary Leslie: Another Canadian author who tried to make a name for herself as a writer but never quite made it, is the late nineteenth-century novelist Mary Leslie. Her fonds, preserved by the Archives of Ontario, are a wonderful way to learn more about this lively woman and her work. While her work may never have received the distinction, her life is rich with passion and spirit. And she never got married, despite her attempts to do so!