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Norman Levine's "Canada Made Me," first published in England in 1958, is a bitter, critical reassessment of the moral and cultural values of Canada. His account of his three-month journey from Halifax to Ucluelet, a fishing village on the west coast, is an unconventional portrait of Canada's underbelly. The book ends with the words: I wondered why I felt so bitter about Canada. After all, it was all part of a dream, an experiment that could not come off. It was foolish to believe that you can take the throwouts, the rejects ...

Canada Made Me 2016, Biblioasis, Emeryville

ISBN-13: 9781771960601

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Canada Made Me 1993, Porcupine's Quill

ISBN-13: 9780889841680

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Canada Made Me 1980, Deneau & Greenberg,Canada

ISBN-13: 9780888790125

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