Canadian Literary Bundle

Overview

Presenting four titles in the Quest Biography series that profiles prominent figures in Canada’s history. In these books we explore Canada’s literary heritage. Canadian letters have a prominent place in world literature, and its renown can be traced to authors such as these. Profiled are: pioneer chronicler of the wilderness Susanna Moodie, renowned novelist Robertson Davies, Quebec fiction writer Gabrielle Roy, and early twentieth century bestseller Mazo de la Roche.

Includes

  • Susanna Moodie
  • Mazo de la Roche
  • Gabrielle Roy
  • Robertson Davies

About the Authors

Nicholas Maes

Posted by Dundurn Guest on October 30, 2014

Nicholas Maes

Nicholas Maes is a high school history teacher and teaches classics at the University of Waterloo. His previous novels for young people are Crescent Star, Locksmith, and Transmigration. Maes' first Felix Taylor Adventure was Laughing Wolf, which was nominated for the Snow Willow Award. He lives in Toronto.

Anne Cimon

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014

Anne Cimon

Anne Cimon is a writer and poet, living near Montreal, Quebec. She has published four books of poetry. Cimon has also worked as a freelance writer for many years and her book reviews and literary articles have been published in many Canadian and U.S. magazines and newspapers.

André Vanasse

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014

André Vanasse

André Vanasse obtained a Ph.D. in literature from the Université de Paris-Vincennes. He is vice-chairman and editorial director of XYZ éditeur. He is directs the Romanichels and the Étoile variables collections, and is editor of the literary magazine Lettres Québécoises. André also writes novels and essays.