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Wabusk Outside the Wire / Nanook Looking In: A Northwords Story

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"Wabusk Outside the Wire / Nanook Looking In" is Joseph Boyden's contribution to Northwords, a cross-platform project that takes urban Canadian writers to some of the world's most extreme environments.

Introduced by award-winning journalist and radio personality Shelagh Rogers, Northwords is a collection of stories written by acclaimed Canadian authors as they experienced o
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ebook, 10 pages
Published October 1st 2012 by Anansi Digital
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I accidentally bought this on Amazon today with "Buy it Now Via One-Click". Luckily, it was only 99 cents. Luckily, it was also beautiful. Very very short (3 pages), but beautiful. A short story told from the viewpoint of Nanook of the North. It reminded me how much I admire Boyden. I had planned on re-reading The Heart is a Lonely Hunter next, but now I'll have to save that for later in January. I need to read more Boyden immediately!
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Joseph Boyden is a Canadian novelist and short story writer.

He grew up in Willowdale, North York, Ontario and attended the Jesuit-run Brebeuf College School. Boyden's father Raymond Wilfrid Boyden was a medical officer renowned for his bravery, who was awarded the Distinguished Service Order and was the highest-decorated medical officer of World War II.

Boyden, of Irish, Scottish and Métis heritage
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