The Diviners by Margaret Laurence (1974): A Canadian classic and winner of the 1974 Governor General's Literary Award, this sprawling postmodern novel is the memory journey of Morag Gunn, child of the prairie, the iconoclastic daughter of a garbage man. Margaret Laurence's semi-autobiographical tour de force shows up more often on banned-books lists than on must-read lists--which alone is reason to read it.

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margaret laurence - the stone angel

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Margaret Laurence Bust Canadian author These incredible busts were made of their own words.

Margaret Laurence Bust Canadian author These incredible busts were made of their own words.

Margaret Laurence, CC (née Wemyss) (18 July 1926 – 5 January 1987) was a Canadian novelist and short story writer, one of the major figures in Canadian literature. She was also a founder of the Writers' Trust of Canada, a non-profit literary organization that seeks to encourage Canada's writing community.

Margaret Laurence - a beautiful writer.one of the major figures in Canadian literature.

Margaret Laurence - A Jest of God

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“Who wants tea and sympathy? Let's have coffee and sex, Stacey, eh?” ~ Margaret Laurence, The Fire-Dwellers (1969)

“Who wants tea and sympathy? Let's have coffee and sex, Stacey, eh?” ~ Margaret Laurence, The Fire-Dwellers

A Tree for Poverty by Margaret Laurence, poems and stories of Somalia by Canadian author

A Tree for Poverty by Margaret Laurence, poems and stories of Somalia by Canadian author

A Bird In The House - Margaret Laurence

A Bird In The House - Margaret Laurence

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