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by Karen Mulhallen

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Karen Mulhallen
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978-0889840614
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Bookslinger; First Edition edition (June 1989)
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Karen Mulhallen has been called a metaphysical poet Views from the North, An Anthology of Travel Writing, e. The Porcupine's Quill, 1984.

Karen Mulhallen has been called a metaphysical poet. Views from the North, An Anthology of Travel Writing, e.

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Views from the north: an anthology of travel writing. Erin (On., Porcupine's Quill, c1984. Volume 13 Number 1 1985 January. Views From the North is a good addition to Canadian collections in school libraries; it is also an excellent choice to keep handy on your coffee table for relaxed, casual reading, or to give as a gift to a friend. Anne Locatelli, Elliot Lake . Elliot Lake, Ont. Home Titles Authors Media age/Grade Features.

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Karen Mulhallen has been called a metaphysical poet Views from the North, An Anthology of Travel Writing, e. Erin, Ontario: The Porcupine’s Quill, 1984. Finalist for the Governor-General’s Award for Non-Fiction 1996.

It is convenient if you are travelling in a country to have a sufficient smattering of its speech to find your way .

It is convenient if you are travelling in a country to have a sufficient smattering of its speech to find your way about and get what you want to eat; and if it has a considerable literature it is pleasant to be able to read it. But such a knowledge as this can be acquired easily. To attempt to learn more is futile. its reality away from the war and I could not but look upon it as little more than material that might one day be of use to me. But it was so hackneyed that I doubted whether I should ever be able to profit by it. After a year in Switzerland my work there came to an end.

Any view of this nation, at any point, will include the tragic and the inspiring

Any view of this nation, at any point, will include the tragic and the inspiring. But the underappreciated and potentially useful news of this moment is the extent of locally based renewal and experimentation, directed at many of the same challenges that now seem practically hopeless from a national perspective. That is the theme we hope to explore here. Keep up with Jim and Deb.