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If I Could Turn and Meet Myself: The Life of Alden Nowlan

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At his death in 1985, Alden Nowlan stood in the first rank of Canadian writers. Today, his poetry is beloved by Maritimers and popular across Canada and in the US as well. If I Could Turn and Meet Myself tells his life story, from his birth to a 14-year-old mother in 1933 through his impoverished childhood, his disturbed adolescence, his newspaper career, his struggle with ...more
ebook, 339 pages
Published November 1st 2010 by Goose Lane Editions
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Paula Dembeck
Jan 05, 2016 Paula Dembeck rated it it was amazing
An excellent biography of Alden Nowlan a Maritime poet, author and journalist. It tells the story of his life as well as referring to a number of his poems, plays, magazine articles and books. Enhanced by anyone who knows the areas in New Brunswick referred to: Stanley (near Windsor NS), Hartland and Fredericton N.B.
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