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Details from a Larger Canvas

Sprache: Englisch.
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McLean's memoir chronicles her struggle for independence in the repressive 1950s.
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Titel: Details from a Larger Canvas
Autor/en: Helen McLean

ISBN: 0889242976
EAN: 9780889242975
Sprache: Englisch.
DUNDURN PR LTD

April 2001 - kartoniert - 240 Seiten

Beschreibung

McLean's memoir chronicles her struggle for independence in the repressive 1950s.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Foreword; The Huis and Where They Came From; The Formation of the Hui Zu; The Fate of the Hui During and After the Qing Dynasty; Further Assimilation of Minorities and its effects of Muslims; How the Hui Zu Lives in China; Influential Muslim Personalities; Admiral Zheng He and His Achievements; Contributions of the Chinese Muslims; The Staunchness of the Chinese Muslims.

Portrait

Helen McLean is best-known as a painter; she has shown in several cities and has painted portraits of authors Margaret Laurence, Michael Ondaatje, and Sarah Sheard. Previously, she published Sketching From Memory: A Portrait of My Mother (Oberon Books, 1994) and Of All Summers (Women's Press, 1998), and contributed to Wrestling With the Angel (Red Deer College Press, 2000). She lives with her husband in Toronto.

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"Details from a Larger Canvas, McLean's third book, is entertaining, even poignant, in places, and the writing sparkles." -- Elizabeth Godley "It's a shame younger readers are more often drawn to tales of hedonism and tragedy when it comes to the lives of artists, because here is a quiet parable about the importance of making room for what matters to the soul." -- Marnie Woodrow "Details from a Larger Canvas, McLean's third book, is entertaining, even poignant, in places, and the writing sparkles." -- Elizabeth Godley -- The Vancouver Sun, 20010811 "It's a shame younger readers are more often drawn to tales of hedonism and tragedy when it comes to the lives of artists, because here is a quiet parable about the importance of making room for what matters to the soul." -- Marnie Woodrow -- The Globe and Mail, 20010512
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