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by Bill Norris
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  • Author:
    Bill Norris
  • ISBN:
    0899003729
  • ISBN13:
    978-0899003726
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  • Publisher:
    College Press Pub. Co (1991)
  • Pages:
    114 pages
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The eight Books of Remembrance housed in the Memorial Chamber in the Peace Tower of the Canadian Parliament Buildings in Ottawa are illuminated manuscript volumes recording the names of members of the Canadian Forces and Canadian Merchant Navy killed.

The eight Books of Remembrance housed in the Memorial Chamber in the Peace Tower of the Canadian Parliament Buildings in Ottawa are illuminated manuscript volumes recording the names of members of the Canadian Forces and Canadian Merchant Navy killed on active service in wartime, and in other conflicts. There are eight separate Books, beginning with the first to be commissioned listing the names of the dead from the First World War.

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And the words no one knows No one reads No lips can speak With the answers of the ways of man and mysteries Secrets buried in the sea But not forever In the book you read the whole world from a paper All the years and many ages From the merry child to the rising sun It’s sealed within her chambers.

Frank Norris could have been a household name, remembered by all as one of America's greatest writers, had he. .Three complete novels and an assortment of essays are included here. Of the novels, The Octopus is Norris's best and most renowned work

Frank Norris could have been a household name, remembered by all as one of America's greatest writers, had he not met with an untimely death at the age of 32. Stylistically, he was an outspoken advocate of naturalism, a literary movement founded by the French writer Emile Zola. Of the novels, The Octopus is Norris's best and most renowned work. Based on the Mussel Slough Tragedy of 1880, it tells the story of California wheat farmers struggling to defend their land and livelihood against the oppressive tactics of a corrupt railroad company.

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