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Hood wrote 32 books: 17 novels including the 12-volume New Age novel sequence (influenced by Marcel Proust and Anthony Powell), several volumes of short fiction, and 5 of nonfiction. The Motor Boys in Ottawa (1986). Property & Value (1990). He taught English literature at the Université de Montréal. In the early 1970s he and fellow authors Clark Blaise, Raymond Fraser, John Metcalf and Ray Smith formed the well-known Montreal Story Tellers Fiction Performance Group, which popularized the public reading of fiction in Canada. Be Sure to Close Your Eyes (1993).
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This book is written out of a conviction that Hugh Hood’sThe New Age, Le nouveau siècle . The book does notfeellike a novel; we register a distinct impression of recollection rather than invention. The Motor Boys in Ottawa.
This book is written out of a conviction that Hugh Hood’sThe New Age, Le nouveau siècle(generally abbreviated, in the interests of concision, toThe New Age) represents a major achievement in Canadian literature, and even a substantial contribution to the art of fiction in the English-speaking world. A twelve-volume novel-series written over a period of a quarter of a century represents by any standards a feat of creative achievement, butThe New Ageis much more than that.
After All! contains the last of Hugh Hood's short stories, seventeen in all .
After All! contains the last of Hugh Hood's short stories, seventeen in all, written between September 1991 and December 1994. It was his practice to intersperse publication of short stories, essays, or other materials between the appearance of the individual novels in his ambitious series The New Age, Le nouveau siè;cle, which appeared at two- or three-year intervals between 1975 and 2000. It was followed by: A New Athens (1977), Reservoir Ravine (1979), Black and White Keys (1982), The Scenic Art (1984), The Motor Boys in Ottawa (1986), and Tony's Book (1988).
They were as calm and collected as though thatwas their usual means of locomotion. Tod looked down at the earth, which was fast receding and in a lowvoice remarked to Jim Nestor: "There sits the deputy sheriff on guard. Yes," added Jim, equally calm, "as long as he stays there things willbe all right.
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