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by Sharon Butala

  • Author: Sharon Butala
  • ISBN: 0920079784
  • ISBN13: 978-0920079782
  • ePub: 1346 kb | FB2: 1386 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literary
  • Publisher: Fifth House Publishers; 1 edition (January 13, 1999)
  • Pages: 256
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Sharon Butala is the award-winning author of seventeen books of fiction and nonfiction, numerous. Little Free Library Welcome to the world’s largest book-sharing movement! Join us in: Building CommunitySparking CreativityInspiring Readers Start Here News and Updates from Little Free Library Save 10% on Select Libraries National Night Out is coming up on August 6! Wouldn’t it be fun to paint.

Sharon Butala is a Saskatchewan-based novelist and nonfiction writer. In 2018, she published the novel Zara's Dead. Her other books include Fever, which was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers' Prize, and Wild Rose. She is a three-time Governor General's Literary Award nominee. She received the Marian Engel Award in 1998. How Sharon Butala became a writer. Sharon Butala's favourite Canadian book of 2017 was Bellevue Square by Michael Redhill. Books by Sharon Butala. The author of "Where I Live Now: A Journey Through Love and Loss to Healing and Hope" on her greatest fear, her idea of perfect happiness and more.

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The perfection of the novel: a sweeping tale of a woman's loss and discovery from the best-selling author of The Perfection of the Morning. Sharon Butala achieved that magical combination of critical acclaim and popular sales success with her national bestseller, The Perfection of the Morning (over 50,000 copies sold).

Sharon Butala (born Sharon Annette LeBlanc, 1940 in Nipawin, Saskatchewan) is a Canadian writer and novelist. Butala was born in an outpost hospital in Nipawin, Saskatchewan. She was the second of five daughters born to Amy Graham and Achille LeBlanc, who ran a sawmill near Garrick, Saskatchwan. In 1946 her family moved to the French-Canadian town of St. Louis, Saskatchewan, and moved again when she was thirteen years old to the city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

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Flag as Inappropriate. The Fall 2012 issue of Prairie Fire, entitled The Visionary Art of Sharon Butala was dedicated to Butala and her work and influence. Upstream, Fifth House, 1991; HarperCollins, 1996. Country of the Heart, Fifth House, 1984; HarperCollins, 1999. She and her husband, Peter Butala, were also involved in the creation of the Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area  . The Fourth Archangel, HarperCollins, 1992.

One night, in the first year of their marriage, Doug suddenly turned to Chloe and said, "I don't know what would have happened to me without you. You brought my life in from chaos". Four years later, chaos threatens to engulf Chloe herself when she realizes that her husband is in love with another woman. Rather than join Doug on an academic sojourn in Scotland and try to win back his love, she returns to Saskatchewan, the land of her French- and Anglo-Canadian ancestors. Ironically, Chloe's avoidance of the present forces a confrontation with the past. Amid the deeply riven conflicts of language and culture, faced with ancient hostilities and personal loss, Chloe explores the unfamiliar terrain of her own psyche, and finds and independence she has never known.