Moral Predicament

By George Woodcock

Moral Predicament
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Canadian Fiction Studies are an answer to every librarian`s, student`s, and teacher`s wishes. Each book, about 80 pages in length, contains clear, readable information on a major Canadian novel. These studies are carefully designed readings of the novels; they are not substitutes ... Read more


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Canadian Fiction Studies are an answer to every librarian`s, student`s, and teacher`s wishes. Each book, about 80 pages in length, contains clear, readable information on a major Canadian novel. These studies are carefully designed readings of the novels; they are not substitutes for reading them. Each book is attractively produced and follows the same format, so students will know exactly what to expect:

• a chronology of the author`s life
• the importance of the book
• critical reception
• reading of the text
• selected list of works cited

George Woodcock

George Woodcock was born in Winnipeg in 1912 but moved to England when very young. As a young man, he became an anarchist and became good friends with George Orwell. He settled in Vancouver and taught English at the University of British Columbia. He founded the journal Canadian Literature and was a prolific writer of poetry, essays, criticism, history, and biography. He died in 1995.

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