5 edition of Hugh MacLennan papers found in the catalog.
Hugh MacLennan papers
University of Calgary. Libraries. Special Collections Division.
|Statement||compilers Jean Tener, Sandra Mortensen, Marlys Chevrefils ; editors, Jean F. Tener, Apollonia Steele ; biocritical essay, Elspeth Cameron.|
|Series||Canadian archival inventory series., no. 1|
|Contributions||Tener, Jean, 1931-, Mortensen, Sandra, 1954-, Chevrefils, Marlys, 1948-, Steele, Apollonia.|
|LC Classifications||Z6616.M185 U55 1986, PR9199.3.M334 U55 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 161 ;|
|Number of Pages||161|
|LC Control Number||93129254|
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Elspeth Cameron, author of Hugh MacLennan: A Writer's Life About the Author Born in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, Hugh MacLennan () taught at McGill University from to and wrote novels and essays that helped define Canadian literature/5(5). 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. MacLennan, Hugh. TWO SOLITUDES. Signed. New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, First Edition of this Governor General's Award winning novel, a narrative of English and French Canada, now an established classic in the Canadian canon, Inscribed by author Hugh MacLennan on the front free endpaper.
"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.
While at Oxford he studied Greek and Latin, while also beginning to write poetry. Get this from a library. The Hugh MacLennan papers: an inventory of the archive at the University of Calgary libraries. [Jean Tener; Sandra Mortensen; Marlys Chevrefils; Apollonia Steele; University of Calgary.
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Following his youthful attempts at poetry and the publication of his dissertation on a Roman colonial settlement in Egypt. A major 20th century Canadian author, Hugh MacLennan was born in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, in His seven novels and many essays and travel books present a chronicle of Canada that often mediates between the old world of its European cultural heritage and the new world of American vitality and materialism/5(16).
Hugh MacLennan, Writer: Two Solitudes. Hugh MacLennan was born on Ma in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada as John Hugh MacLennan. He was a writer, known for Two Solitudes (), Each Man's Son () and Hugh MacLennan: Portrait of a Writer ().
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MacLennan was ten years old and living in Halifax when the Imo and the French munitions ship the Mont Blanc collided in Halifax Harbour on December.by Hugh MacLennan ‧ RELEASE DATE: Jan. 17, A novel of considerable substance and balance, with a thematic problem in its presentation of one of Canada's minorities (this time the French-Catholic), well differentiated characterization, and an appealing love story."Canada's most famous explosion - Halifax, December 6, – became in the skillful hands of author Hugh MacLennan an integral part of one of the best-known Canadian novels, "Barometer Rising.".