With these 41 books you can own a Canadian library for only $97.50
The Loved And The Lost, by Morley Callaghan (Macmillan: $1.95). In Peggy Sanderson, the book’s heroine, Callaghan created one of the most fascinating and enigmatic characters in Canadian fiction. The novel, now reissued, won the Governor General’s Award for fiction in 1951. □
T¡gg=> A Political Memoir, ■®5r Volume One, by Dalton Camp (McClelland & Stewart: $8.50). A literate Tory view of Canadian politics in the 1950s by the former president of the Progressive Conservative party who, in 1967, engineered John Diefenbaker’s defeat as party leader. More candid and colorful than most books about politics by Canadian politcians. □
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