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Seated with the Mighty

Written by
Jack Adams


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247 pages, Paperback
ISBN: 9780888870049
$17.95 CA





247 pages, Hardcover
ISBN: 9780888870025
$29.95 CA





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About the Book This scholarly biography of Sir Gilbert Parker thoroughly examines the life and works of this gifted author and politician from boyhood to his final years and the society he contributed to so greatly. Includes a summary of his career, bibliography, and many illustrations.




About the Author Jack Adams
Jack Adams, a Toronto highschool teacher, grew up in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia where his New England forbears settled in 1760. Specializing in Canadian literature at Acadia University and the University of Toronto, he first became interest in the career of Sir Gilbert Parker while doing post-gradute work under the direction of Dr. Philip Child. He has published several articles on Canadian history and biography, including that of Sir Charles G.D. Roberts.







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