White Eskimo. A Novel of Labrador ePub download
by Harold HORWOOD
- ISBN: 0773770437
- ISBN13: 978-0773770430
- ePub: 1939 kb | FB2: 1288 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Paperjacks; First Thus edition (1973)
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Horwood, Harold Andrew, 1923-.
Horwood, Harold Andrew, 1923-. Toronto, Doubleday Canada; Garden City, . Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
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Harold Andrew Horwood, CM (November 2, 1923 – April 16, 2006) was a Newfoundland and Labrador novelist, non-fiction writer and politician. The son of Andrew Horwood and Vina Maidment, Horwood was born in St. John's, Newfoundland. He experienced a love of literature from a young age and while still an adolescent had already decided on a literary career.
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A few novels focusing on the relations between Eskimos and whites were published during the 1970s. Fry’s Come a Long Journey: A Novel (1971), followed by Harold Horwood’s White Eskimo: a Novel of Labrador (1972). First among these was Alan Fry’s Come a Long Journey: A Novel (1971), followed by Harold Horwood’s White Eskimo: a Novel of Labrador (1972). Finn Schultz-Lorentzen’s Arctic (1976) deals with an Eskimo-white clash, while Where the Mountain Falls (1977) by David Keenleyside focuses on a less hostile relationship. Fictional stories of hardship and adversity and coming-of-age offer another view of the Arctic
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He then represented Labrador in the House of Assembly, 1949-51.
A union organizer and politician during the late 1940s and early 1950s, Horwood supported . He then represented Labrador in the House of Assembly, 1949-51. Horwood joined the staff of the St John's Evening Telegram in 1952 and was associated with that daily in various capacities until 1970, during which time he was often a fierce critic of Premier Smallwood's policies.
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