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Quest Biography 35-Book Bundle : Marshall McLuhan, Nellie McClung, René Lévesque and many more

By: Fitzgerald, Judith.
Contributor(s): Labrèche-Larouche, Michelle | Braid, Kate | Rigelhof, T.F | Plante, Raymond | Slade, Arthur | Wilson, John | Bridge, Kathryn | Stewart, Roderick | Stewart, Sharon | Macpherson, Margaret | goodall, lian | Paulin, Marguerite | Legaré, Francine | Evans, Gary | Cowley, Deborah | Shardlow, Tom | Kirk, Heather | Cimon, Anne | Vanasse, André | Larsen, Wayne | Henighan, Tom | Maes, Nicholas | Ferguson, Julie H | Knowles, Valerie | Lahey, D.T | Butts, Edward | Leavey, Peggy Dymond | Sadlier, Rosemary | Argyle, Ray | Tidridge, Nathan | Martin, Ged.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Quest Biography: Publisher: Toronto : Dundurn, 2013Description: 1 online resource (7670 p.).ISBN: 9781459728349.Subject(s): African American women -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Slaves -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Tubman, Harriet, 1820?-1913 -- Juvenile literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Quest Biography 35-Book Bundle : Marshall McLuhan, Nellie McClung, René Lévesque and many moreDDC classification: 920.72 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Emma Albani; Introduction; 1 A Regal Gift; 2 "You''ll be a musician, my child"; 3 One Day, My Prince Will Come; 4 In the Land of Bel Canto; 5 Happy Days in Europe; 6 A Disturbing Character: the Tsar; 7 Travelling the Paths of Glory; 8 Happiness in London, Fiasco in Milan; 9 The Star Fades; 10 The Curtain Falls; Epilogue; Chronology of Emma Lajeunesse Albani (1847-1930); Bibliography/Discography; Index; Emily Carr; Preface; 1 Meeting D'Sonoqua; 2 Growing up Small; 3 Seeking Art; 4 Breakdown; 5 Digging In; 6 Finding color; 7 Buried in Dirt; 8 Breakthrough; 9 Finding Forest; 10 Success
11 SolaceAfterword; Chronology of Emily Carr (1871-1945); Sources Consulted; Index; George Grant; George Grant, 1971; 1 The Sound of a Siren; 2 A Child of the British Empire; 3 Always in the Family's Schools; 4 The Conscience of an Objector; 5 A Window on the Country; 6 After the War, Yes Sir; 7 Philosophy in the Mass Age; 8 Lament for a Nation; 9 Technology and Empire; 10 A Lone Wolf by the Seashore; 11 Epilogue: Redefining George Grant, Redefining Canada; Sources Consulted; Index; Jacques Plante; First Period; 1 A Taxi in Chicago; 2 A Funny-Looking Stick and a Woollen Tuque
3 Far from Home…and from the Nets4 Behind the Bench with the Habs; Second Period; 5 The Rocket's World; 6 A Taste for the Stanley Cup; 7 The Phantom Puck-Stopper; 8 On Top, and Back Down Again; 9 The Masked Wonder; Third Period; 10 Lonely in Manhattan; Overtime; Portland, Maine, March 25, 1978; Jacques Plante: Career Statistics; Chronology of Jacques Piante; Sources Consulted; Index; John Diefenbaker; 1 "I'm going to be prime minister!"; 2 Lawyer for the Defence; 3 Running for Election; 4 Member of Parliament; 5 Leader of the Opposition; 6 Prime Minister of Canada; 7 Follow John!
8 Collision Course9 "Everybody's against me but the people."; 10 "Washed up"; Epilogue The Final Whistle Stop Campaign; Chronology of John George Diefenbaker (1895-1979); Index; John Franklin; Prologue; 1 Spilsby to Copenhagen; 2 Around Australia; 3 Cape Trafalgar to New Orleans; 4 Towards the North Pole; 5 On the Route of the Voyageurs; 6 Along the Arctic Coast; 7 Romantic explorations; 8 Back to the Canadian Arctic; 9 Russia to Greece; 10 Van Diemen's Land; 11 King William Island; Epilogue Westminster Abbey; Chronology of John Franklin (1786-1847); Sources Consulted; Index; Marshall McLuhan
Introduction Critical Mass1 Lasting Impressions; 2 First Comes Love, Then Comes Cambridge; 4 Going Places; 5 The Doctor is In; 6 I-N-F-O-R-M-A-T-I-O-N; 7 The Centre of the University; 8 Wise Guy to the World; 9 You Mean My Fallacy Is All Wrong?; 10 Eloquent Silence; Chronology of Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980); Sources Consulted; Index; Nellie McClung; 1 The Golden Promise; 2 Roughing It; 3 Reading and Freedom; 4 All the World, a Stage; 5 For Love or Money; 6 Temperance and Equality; 7 Of Votes and Roasts; 8 Sorrow of War, Joy of Action; 9 Equity and Elections; 10 Famous 5 Chart a New Course
11 The Lantern Dims
Summary: This bundle presents the entire Quest Biography series of thirty-five volumes in a special collection of Canadian lives from all walks of life: politicians, entertainers, athletes, explorers, activists, philosophers, artists, and many more. Learn about Canada''s history through extraordinary people and the times they lived in.
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Cover; Emma Albani; Introduction; 1 A Regal Gift; 2 "You''ll be a musician, my child"; 3 One Day, My Prince Will Come; 4 In the Land of Bel Canto; 5 Happy Days in Europe; 6 A Disturbing Character: the Tsar; 7 Travelling the Paths of Glory; 8 Happiness in London, Fiasco in Milan; 9 The Star Fades; 10 The Curtain Falls; Epilogue; Chronology of Emma Lajeunesse Albani (1847-1930); Bibliography/Discography; Index; Emily Carr; Preface; 1 Meeting D'Sonoqua; 2 Growing up Small; 3 Seeking Art; 4 Breakdown; 5 Digging In; 6 Finding color; 7 Buried in Dirt; 8 Breakthrough; 9 Finding Forest; 10 Success

11 SolaceAfterword; Chronology of Emily Carr (1871-1945); Sources Consulted; Index; George Grant; George Grant, 1971; 1 The Sound of a Siren; 2 A Child of the British Empire; 3 Always in the Family's Schools; 4 The Conscience of an Objector; 5 A Window on the Country; 6 After the War, Yes Sir; 7 Philosophy in the Mass Age; 8 Lament for a Nation; 9 Technology and Empire; 10 A Lone Wolf by the Seashore; 11 Epilogue: Redefining George Grant, Redefining Canada; Sources Consulted; Index; Jacques Plante; First Period; 1 A Taxi in Chicago; 2 A Funny-Looking Stick and a Woollen Tuque

3 Far from Home…and from the Nets4 Behind the Bench with the Habs; Second Period; 5 The Rocket's World; 6 A Taste for the Stanley Cup; 7 The Phantom Puck-Stopper; 8 On Top, and Back Down Again; 9 The Masked Wonder; Third Period; 10 Lonely in Manhattan; Overtime; Portland, Maine, March 25, 1978; Jacques Plante: Career Statistics; Chronology of Jacques Piante; Sources Consulted; Index; John Diefenbaker; 1 "I'm going to be prime minister!"; 2 Lawyer for the Defence; 3 Running for Election; 4 Member of Parliament; 5 Leader of the Opposition; 6 Prime Minister of Canada; 7 Follow John!

8 Collision Course9 "Everybody's against me but the people."; 10 "Washed up"; Epilogue The Final Whistle Stop Campaign; Chronology of John George Diefenbaker (1895-1979); Index; John Franklin; Prologue; 1 Spilsby to Copenhagen; 2 Around Australia; 3 Cape Trafalgar to New Orleans; 4 Towards the North Pole; 5 On the Route of the Voyageurs; 6 Along the Arctic Coast; 7 Romantic explorations; 8 Back to the Canadian Arctic; 9 Russia to Greece; 10 Van Diemen's Land; 11 King William Island; Epilogue Westminster Abbey; Chronology of John Franklin (1786-1847); Sources Consulted; Index; Marshall McLuhan

Introduction Critical Mass1 Lasting Impressions; 2 First Comes Love, Then Comes Cambridge; 4 Going Places; 5 The Doctor is In; 6 I-N-F-O-R-M-A-T-I-O-N; 7 The Centre of the University; 8 Wise Guy to the World; 9 You Mean My Fallacy Is All Wrong?; 10 Eloquent Silence; Chronology of Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980); Sources Consulted; Index; Nellie McClung; 1 The Golden Promise; 2 Roughing It; 3 Reading and Freedom; 4 All the World, a Stage; 5 For Love or Money; 6 Temperance and Equality; 7 Of Votes and Roasts; 8 Sorrow of War, Joy of Action; 9 Equity and Elections; 10 Famous 5 Chart a New Course

11 The Lantern Dims

This bundle presents the entire Quest Biography series of thirty-five volumes in a special collection of Canadian lives from all walks of life: politicians, entertainers, athletes, explorers, activists, philosophers, artists, and many more. Learn about Canada''s history through extraordinary people and the times they lived in.

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Judith Fitzgerald was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on November 11, 1952. She received a B.A. and M.A from York University and a Ph.D from the University of Toronto. She was a poet, critic, and journalist. She wrote more than 20 collections of poetry including Victory, Given Names: New and Selected Poems, Diary of Desire, Rapturous Chronicles, and Impeccable Regret. River won the James McMaster Poetry Prize and Adagios Quartet won her a prestigious Chalmers Arts Fellowship. She also wrote two biographies entitled Marshall McLuhan: Wise Guy and Building a Mystery: The Story of Sarah McLachlan and Lilith Fair. <p> She wrote reviews, blogs, columns, criticism, and feature articles on sports, music, and the literary arts. Her journalism appeared in several publications including Books in Canada, The Globe and Mail, the National Post, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Toronto Star. She won the Fiona Mee Award for "outstanding contribution to English-language literary journalism." She died on November 25, 2015 at the age of 63. <p> (Bowker Author Biography)

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