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5 edition of Hugh MacLennan papers found in the catalog.

Hugh MacLennan papers

University of Calgary. Libraries. Special Collections Division.

Hugh MacLennan papers

an inventory of the archive at the University of Calgary libraries

by University of Calgary. Libraries. Special Collections Division.

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Published by University of Calgary Press in Calgary, Alta., Canada .
Written in English

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    • MacLennan, Hugh, 1907- -- Manuscripts -- Catalogs,
    • University of Calgary. Libraries. Special Collections Division -- Catalogs,
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    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      Statementcompilers Jean Tener, Sandra Mortensen, Marlys Chevrefils ; editors, Jean F. Tener, Apollonia Steele ; biocritical essay, Elspeth Cameron.
      SeriesCanadian archival inventory series., no. 1
      ContributionsTener, Jean, 1931-, Mortensen, Sandra, 1954-, Chevrefils, Marlys, 1948-, Steele, Apollonia.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ6616.M185 U55 1986, PR9199.3.M334 U55 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxx, 161 ;
      Number of Pages161
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1468190M
      ISBN 100919813399
      LC Control Number93129254

      Two Solitudes was the second of his seven published novels. In the Two Solitudes papers is found this passage about the writing of the book. It is in a letter written by Hugh MacLennan, dated “Old Athanase Tallard took over the novel and held command of it until his death. The decision to let him have his way with the book was. what a dense, wonderful important novel. this was a re-read for me but i had lost so many details over the years it was like a new experience, this time through. following the strands of story arcs concerning 'two solitudes', through this novel, was amazing. maclennan wrote about so many important issues and brought heart and humanity to the telling. certainly a canadian classic and a book /5(8).

        Hugh Maclennan’s ‘Two Solitudes ‘ Critical Analysis Two Solitudescreates much analyzing in two respects: foremost, it throws visible radiation on MacLennan’slifestyle and fictional growing, and 2nd, it comes to holders with the life style and record of two nomenclature andspiritualareas in Canada. In all of his books, MacLennantries to cognize . The Spirit of the West Radio Show with Hugh McLennan is a program that brings you true cowboy music, poetry, ranching new, and western humor. Hugh is also a motivational speaker that does keynote addresses, and speeches as well as voice-overs.

        Home › Canadian Literature › Analysis of Hugh MacLennan’s Novels. Analysis of Hugh MacLennan’s Novels By Nasrullah Mambrol on Janu • (0). Hugh MacLennan () began as a historian, and, in a sense, he remained one throughout his long writing career.   Analysis of Hugh MacLennan’s Novels. By Nasrullah Mambrol on Janu • (0) Hugh MacLennan () began as a historian, and, in a sense, he remained one throughout his long writing career. His doctoral dissertation, Oxyrhynchus, discussing the history of an area in Egypt during the seven hundred years that it was subject.


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"With best wishes, Hugh MacLennan, May 9, Hugh MacLennan was a Canadian novelist, essayist and professor. He was born at Glace Bay, Nova Scotia inthe son of a Calvinist physician. He was strongly encouraged to study Classics by his father, and received a Rhodes Scholarship.

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