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By 1 900 novels of local colour were beginning to overshadow historical
romances. Lucy Maud Montgomery's beloved children's book Anne of Green
Gables (1908) and its sequels were set in Prince Edward Island. Ontario towns
and their ...
The poet Anne Hebert achieved success with her novel Kamouraska (1970; Eng.
trans., Kamouraska) and won the Prix Femina for Les Fous de Bassan (1982; In
the Shadow of the Wind). Rejean Ducharme in L'Avalee des avales (1966; The ...
Selections include The Deceitful Marriage, and Other Exemplary Novels, trans,
by Walter Starkie (1963); Exemplary Stories, trans, by C.A. Jones (1972); The
Wanderings of Per- siles and Sigismunda: A Northern Story, trans, by L.D.
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