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The Bird Of Promise: A new Collection Off Short Stories

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Unknown Binding, 200 pages
Published 1977 by HarperCollins Canada / H & C Pb Def
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Born in Toronto in 1892, Greg Clark was a Canadian war veteran who became known for his work as a journalist and humourist.

Both before and after World War I, Clark worked for the Toronto Star. After the war, he soon became a leading correspondent and reporter. While working at the Toronto Star, Clark befriended and mentored a young Ernest Hemingway, who said that Clark was the best writer on the
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