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Gwethalyn Graham: A Liberated Woman in a Conventional Age

This literary biography portrays Gwethalyn Graham, a two-time Governor General’s Literary Award winner, as a passionate woman who spent much of her life advocating freedom and tolerance. Although she was part of Montreal’s intellectual community in the 1930s and 1940s, her socio-political writing at the time was unconventional as not many Canadian novelists were focusing on similar issues.

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