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    David Stouck
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David Hamilton Stouck (born 1940) is a Canadian literary critic and .

David Hamilton Stouck (born 1940) is a Canadian literary critic and biographer, formerly Professor of English at Simon Fraser University. Stouck is known for exploring the importance of landscape in the arts: Willa Cather’s great plains, Sinclair Ross’s Saskatchewan prairie, Ethel Wilson's British Columbia. Ethel Wilson: A Critical Biography, was shortlisted for the VanCity Book Prize and Collecting Stamps Would Have Been More Fun: The Correspondence of Sinclair Ross 1933-86, was a finalist for the Alberta Book Prize. Ethel Wilson: Stories, Essays, and Letters ed. (University of British Columbia Press 1987).

When Ethel Wilson published her first novel, Hetty Dorval, in 1947, she was nearly sixty years ol.

When Ethel Wilson published her first novel, Hetty Dorval, in 1947, she was nearly sixty years old. With her following books, she established herself as British Columbia's most distinguished fiction writer and one of Canada's best loved and most studied authors. Drawing on the Wilson papers held at the University of British Columbia, Stouck provides an important survey of Wilson's talents while at the same time offering the fullest biography of the author to date.

In the 1930s Wilson published a few short stories and began a series of fictionalized family reminiscences which were later published as The .

In the 1930s Wilson published a few short stories and began a series of fictionalized family reminiscences which were later published as The Innocent Traveller (1949). Her first published novel, Hetty Dorval, appeared in 1947, and was followed, seven years later by Swamp Angel (1954), generally thought of as her most accomplished work. Her final book was Mrs Golightly and Other Stories (1961). In 1980 she was hospitalized and suffering from a series of small strokes. The day before she died, she was in physical distress from passing a kidney stone.

When Ethel Wilson published her first novel, Hetty Dorval, in1947, she was nearly sixty years old. With her following books, sheestablished herself as British Columbia's most writer and one of Canada's best loved and most studiedauthors.

Reading Like A Country Cat. Ethel Wilson’s Stories, Essays and Letters, E. Ethel Wilson’s Stories, Essays and Letters, Ed. David Stouck U of BC Press, 1987. If you are keenly interested in Ethel Wilson, you will definitely appreciate this volume, which does gather nine stories not published in her Mrs. Golightly collection, six essays, and selected correspondence from 1944 through 1974.

Ethel Wilson: A Critical Biography, was shortlisted for the VanCity Book Prize and Collecting Stamps Would Have Been More Fun: The Correspondence of Sinclair Ross 1933-86, was .

Ethel Wilson: A Critical Biography, was shortlisted for the VanCity Book Prize and Collecting Stamps Would Have Been More Fun: The Correspondence of Sinclair Ross 1933-86, was a finalist for the Alberta Book Prize. Arthur Erickson: An Architect's Life" was shortlisted for six literary awards including the RBC Taylor Prize and won four awards: two BC Book prizes named for Hubert Evans and Roderick Haig-Brown, UBC Library's Basil Stuart-Stubbs Prize for Outstanding Scholarly Book on British Columbia, and the City of Vancouver Book Award.

Ethel Davis Wilson (January 20 1888 December 22, 1980) was a Canadian writer of short stories and novels. Born in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, she moved to England in 1890 following the death of her mother. In 1898, after the death of her father. Ethel Davis Wilson (January 20 1888 - December 22, 1980) was a Canadian writer of short stories and novels. In 1898, after the death of her father, she was taken to live with her maternal grandmother in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Stories, Essays, and Letters.

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In the 1930s Wilson published a few short stories and began a series of. .She wrote her final book, Mrs. Golightly and Other Stories in 1961. Dr. Wallace Wilson died in 1966, after which Ethel Wilson suffered a stroke and no longer wrote. She died on December 22, 1980.

Book will be in overall very good condition but dust jackets are not guaranteed to be included with used books. Enlightening and useful. I would place this book with Writing Down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg and Zen in the Art of Writing by Ray Bradbury

Book will be in overall very good condition but dust jackets are not guaranteed to be included with used books Book was previously a library book. Condition: Used: Very Good. I would place this book with Writing Down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg and Zen in the Art of Writing by Ray Bradbury.

When Ethel Wilson published her first novel, Hetty Dorval, in 1947, she was nearly sixty years old. With her following books, she established herself as British Columbia's most distinguished fiction writer and one of Canada's best loved and most studied authors. Although she enjoyed and even encouraged her reputation as an unambitious latecomer who wrote for her own pleasure, she was, as David Stouck reveals in this book, a person who took her writing very seriously. Drawing on the Wilson papers held at the University of British Columbia, Stouck provides an important survey of Wilson's talents while at the same time offering the fullest biography of the author to date.