Secret Kingdom, The by Dominique Clift
Finalist for The QSPELL Prize for Non-Fiction in 1989
Dominique Clift, veteran journalist and political commentator, brings an unusual and refreshing perspective to his inquiry into the Canadian character. He finds clues to who we are in the many facets of our history and traditions – facets that range from attitudes to the physical environment to the role of religion, from literary depictions to communications policy. Piece by piece, Clift builds a portrait of a unique people, bonded by commonalities that far outweigh regional and language differences.
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