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Hemingway to Atwood: An Anthology of Great Writers in the Toronto Star

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This book is available in a digital format only.

 

Some of the greatest Canadian journalists of today, on some of the greatest writers of yesterday. That’s the conceit that binds Hemingway to Atwood: An Anthology of Great Writers in the Toronto Star. Fourteen current Star journalists, having each chosen a piece by a notable contributor from the past, explain in an essay how that writer inspired them. Star foreign affairs reporter Bill Schiller, for instance, argues that a 1923 news story about a Kingston prison bust “reveals a Hemingway on the road to greatness.” Hemingway to Atwood is a rich collection for lovers of history and the passionate journalism that continues to be a hallmark of the Toronto Star.

 

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Toronto Star Journalists

Bill Schiller on Ernest Hemingway

Jennifer Wells on Morley Callaghan

Catherine Porter on June Callwood

Jesse McLean on H.G. Wells

Jayme Poisson on Margaret Atwood

Katie Daubs on Stephen Leacock

Jim Rankin on Mordecai Richler

Leslie Scrivener on Nellie McClung

Wendy Gillis on Naomi Klein

Joe G. Hall on Gary Lautens

Kevin Donovan on Pierre Berton

Mary Ormsby on Milt Dunnell

Jennifer Pagliaro on Gordon Sinclair

Amy Dempsey on Linwood Barclay

 

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