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Selected stories of Ernest Thompson Seton /
edited and with an introduction by Patricia Morley.
imprint
Ottawa : University of Ottawa Press, 1977.
description
168 p. : ill. --
ISBN
0776643398
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Book
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imprint
Ottawa : University of Ottawa Press, 1977.
isbn
0776643398
catalogue key
3666177
 
Bibliography: p. [167]-168.
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In the late 19th century, the impact of the Canadian wilderness on writers led to the formation of a new and uniquely Canadian genre, the realistic animal story. This collection of Ernest Thompson Seton's short stories reflects his talents as writer, naturalist, and artist.
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In the late 19th century, the impact of the Canadian wilderness on writers led to the formation of a new and uniquely Canadian genre, the realistic animal story. Seton's collection of short stories reflects his talents as writer, naturalist, and artist.

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