Game

By (author): Joan Sullivan

The early 1970s marked the beginning of Newfoundland’s cultural renaissance. And in 1974, amidst the music, literature, and burgeoning patriotic pride, a young, upstart Reach for the Top team from Canada’s newest province had eliminated competitors from across the country, setting the stage for a showdown with the defending champions in the final match. In Game, Joan Sullivan tracks the signs of a culture coming into its own, and the team that held an entire island in rapt attention.

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Joan Sullivan

Joan Sullivan is the editor of the Newfoundland Quarterly. As a freelance journalist, her interviews, reviews, and commentary have appeared in The Telegram, The Globe and Mail, and on CBC Radio. She is the award-winning author of In the Field and The Long Run and lives in St. John’s.

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The early 1970s marked the beginning of Newfoundland’s cultural renaissance. And in 1974, amidst the music, literature, and burgeoning patriotic pride, a young, upstart Reach for the Top team from Canada’s newest province had eliminated competitors from across the country, setting the stage for a showdown with the defending champions in the final match. In Game, Joan Sullivan tracks the signs of a culture coming into its own, and the team that held an entire island in rapt attention.

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Dimensions:

160 Pages
8.5in * 5.5in * 0.75in
1kg

Published:

June 27, 2018

City of Publication:

St. John’s

Country of Publication:

CA

ISBN:

9781550817195

Book Subjects:

HISTORY / Social History

Language:

eng

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