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  • The Heart of a Peacockby Emily Carr; Rosemary Neering; Ira Dilworth

    D & M Publishers 2009; US$ 9.99

    In this much-loved collection of 51 short stories, writer and painter Emily Carr writes of the people and animals in her life. In her inimitable style ? direct, vital, vivid ? she tells of her experiences with Native people, her adventures with birds, her love of nature, and of her mischievous pet monkey Woo. The Heart of a Peacock affirms Carr's... more...

  • Growing Painsby Emily Carr; Robin Laurence; Ira Dilworth

    D & M Publishers 2009; US$ 9.99

    Growing Pains tells the story of writer and painter Emily Carr 's life, from a proper Canadian girlhood, through her artist's training in San Francisco and Europe, through the years of despair when she stopped painting and raised dogs and rented out rooms to make ends meet, and finally to vindication and triumph when her greatness was at last... more...

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