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Island of the

Nightingales

Sunday, January 2, 2000
These are stories of women – pursuing a first love, giving birth, ministering to a dying mother – women searching for

identity and place and purpose in an international world of professors and…
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The Lion’s Mouth

Saturday, January 2, 1993
Translated into French by Christiane Di Matteo and Jocelyn Doray and published as La Gueule du Lion in French by Balzac

Editions in 2000.
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A Whiter Shade of Pale/Becoming Emma

Thursday, January 2, 1992
Both George, the hero of the first novella and Emma, the protagonist of the second, are troubled by “a sense of encroaching age, of promises betrayed and opportunities lost.” Both are happily…<
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Homeground: A Play

Tuesday, January 2, 1990
“It’s an Edmonton play about Italian immigrants who hate the long winters and the dust-filled streets and long to go back to their homeland, once they’ve made enough money – meanwhile living a…
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