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My Canadian library (385), 2015 inventory (217), American author (69), not keeping (63), removed 2024 (59), non-fiction (53), read 2023 (42), Canadian author (38), read 2024 (23), historical fiction (21), British author (18), removed to Brenda 2024 (17), keeping (15), from Brenda (14), library loan (14), read at cabin (13), fiction (13), borrowed from the library (11), autographed (9), borrowed from Brenda (9), cabin collection (9), short stories (8), excellent read (8), memoir (8), my polar collection (8), belongs to Jesse (7), mystery (6), Newfoundland (6), indigenous (6), borrowed from Elaine (6), given to me by Brenda (5), Winnipeg (5), reread 2023 (5), from Jesse (5), good read (5), given to me by Elaine (4), autobiography (4), Eastend (4), leatherstocking tale (written 1823-1841) (4), Silver Islet (4), dumped 2024 (4), thriller (3), Saskatchewan (3), WW II (3), Manitoba (3), Canada Reads 2022 (3), Acknowledging critical importance of Inuit in Arctic exploration (3), Arctic exploration history (3), borrowed from SAO (3), Keeping (3), Dryden author (3), biography (3), Irish/Canadian author (3), excellent (3), reread 2016 (3), gift from Brenda (3), time travel (3), murder mystery (3), WWI (3), reread 2024 (3), humour (3), novel (3), borrowed from Michele (3), loaned to me by Brenda (3), great read (3), Library loan (3), mental illness (3), given to me by Shirley (3), indigenous science fiction (2), England (2), Scotland (2), family relations (2), Jesse gave me for Christmas 2022 (2), read at the cabin (2), pioneers (2), ethics (2), philosophy journal editor (2), horse racing (2), marriage (2), Loan from Brenda (2), whodunnit (2), reconciliation (2), IRA (2), Arctic (2), George Decker (2), poetic (2), Indian author (2), First Nations history (2), Winnipeg setting (2), modern explorer (2), Giller winner (2), Giller shortlist (2), Christmas gift 2023 (2), abandonment (2), science fiction (2), Turtle (2), Welsh author (2), child abuse (2), mystery thriller (2), alcoholism (2), Not keeping (2), Irish author (2), history (2), Lake of the Woods (2), Anglican minister (2), Taylor (2), from Ray Xmas 2017 (2), Cypress Hills (2), delightful (2), too many characters and too wordy for my taste (2), 1930s (2), rec’d in error from Book Depository in UK (2), will be passing it on (2), Northern Saskatchewan (2), graphic novel (2), early 1900s (2), apocalypse (2), Alaska (2), Newfoundland setting (2), Calgary author (2), suspense (2), crime mystery (2), PTSD (2), Montreal (2), Couldnt finish it (2), Schizophrenia (2), from free library (2), fun easy read (2), Tom Thomson (2), bought with my 2022 Xmas gift card (2), Banff (2), American authors (2), abuse (2), suicide (2), UK author (2), Giller finalist (2), feminism (2), slavery (2), New France (2), depressing (2), Ray gave me for Xmas 2018 (2), Cree (2), read every book in the collection afterwards (1), widow helping widower and family (1), 1950s Irish travellers (1), had read some years ago (1), canoe trek (1), very rewarding (1), stream of consciousness type of writing (1), recd for Christmas 2021 (1), Pavee Gypsies (1), started at cabin finished at home (1), 800 plus pages (1), Duluth to York Factory (1), may give away (1), good cabin read (1), Wainwright Township (1), pleasant read but quite predictable (1), unnecessarily complex (1), Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw family (1), gave to Mary B. (1), excellent history of Arctic issues (1), and upgraded my rating. (1), Lebanese refugee and son (1), Job selling diet products (1), city developers and politicians (1), morality of euthanizing the old and defective (1), Jeremiah Camp main character hasn’t spoken in years (1), living in an old residential school (1), after watching the film online on Canada Film Day. Shocked at the differences between the book and the film. John dies in the book after sinking his house the night before they were going to move to the mainland. The book really dwells in the thoughts of (1), husband of Mary Simon (Inuk Governor General of Canada) (1), originally a journalist (1), Brenda knows author’s husband (1), bought used hardback online after reading about it somewhere (1), Calgary setting though not explicitly (1), creation of Nunavut (1), whole families murdered (1), Bolshevik uprising against wealthy Mennonites in Ukraine/Russia (1), bought with my Xmas gift card (1), gift from Dean (1), Canada Reads winner 2023 (1), east coast workers (1), father and daughter reconnect after losing father/grandfather (1), looking for his trap line (1), Vikings to Franklin (1), borrowed from Sis (1), given me by Elaine (1), from Jesse Christmas 2022 (1), almost 1500 pages (1), gave it to thrift shop (1), Laurence’s first published work (1), Jesse gave to us for our birthdays 2022 (1), bought on Bowen Island (1), borrowed from Jesse in Vancouver (1), actual publishing date is 1947 although it looks to be the same edition (1), blueberry pickers (1), life of a new rector and his wife in the early years of their marriage before 1st WW broke out (1), inscribed inside to Gordon very best wishes from Blanche Christmas 1947 (1), young girl’s narrates life with her pregnant mother and feisty grandmother (1), tomb of time (1), Traverspine river myth (1), couldn’t be bothered to finish it (1), too much bragging about famous folk he interviewed etc (1), William Blake translations (1), Canada Reads 2023 (1), canoe trek alone across the Arctic in 2017 (1), loved the play on words (1), descriptive stages of life like womb of time (1), just mist (1), the murk (1), Mike recommended The Moon is Down as a healing read after Russia invaded Ukraine (1), horse jumping (1), Canada Reads 2022 winner (1), cruise ship (1), journalist (1), Nova Scotia (1), thief (1), Labrador (1), Barbados (1), Vancouver (1), environmentalist (1), West Africa (1), WWI era (1), Dryden (1), missing child (1), young teens (1), tinkers (1), graphic narrative (1), mid-1800s (1), Porphyry (1), Scottish island (1), Rolling Stone Magazine (1), Hebrides (1), painter (1), croft (1), Holocaust (1), political thriller (1), isolation (1), personal growth (1), sheep (1), hunting (1), alone (1), Canadian authors (1), journalism (1), 1939 (1), detective mystery (1), Cape Cod (1), west coast (1), animal rights (1), astrology (1), Netherlands (1), Maine (1), Auschwitz (1), Montana (1), very moving (1), murder (1), First Nations memoir (1), marrow thieves (1), joy (1), forecaster (1), French language crisis (1), Three Pines Quebec (1), Hudson Bay lowlands (1), 2018 Giller prize winner (1), from Ray Xmas 2018 (1), residential school survivors (1), Jesse gave me for my 70th birthday 2021 (1), Norway House (1), Métis family (1), fiction based on recent US politics (1), positive residential school experience (1), nomadic Cree family (1), Indigenous viewpoint (1), excellent criticism of current political system (1), Xmas 2021 gift from Ray (1), confusing doesn’t come together until its almost too late (1), sub-Arctic (1), wild swimming (1), loving family (1), Canada (1), Canadian art (1), Kenya (1), Ontario (1), mountaineering (1), Poland (1), Sweden (1), Virginia (1), American Revolution (1), India (1), cabin library (1), Dutch author (1), Polish author (1), Morocco (1), WAR (1), Scottish author (1), Boats (1), early WWII (1), oil sands (1), Ferryland (1), borrowed from Michael (1)
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Tag-Wolke, Autoren-Wolke, Tag-Spiegel
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Apr 25, 2014
Über meine Bibliothek
I read and collect books by Canadian authors. Hope to inventory them all on this site over the next year (2014-2015) or so.
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Canada

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