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Glengarry School Days: A Story of Early Days in Glengarry (New Canadian Library)

Connor, Ralph

Editore: New Canadian Library, 1993
ISBN 10: 0771098898 / ISBN 13: 9780771098895
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Titolo: Glengarry School Days: A Story of Early Days...

Casa editrice: New Canadian Library

Data di pubblicazione: 1993

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Riassunto: The 15 sketches that make up Glengarry School Days look back affectionately on childhood in Ontario at the time of Confederation. Yet behind Connor?s delightful account of boyhood enthusiasms ? and his clear desire for a more orderly and courageous world ? lie glimpses of the moral rigidity that also characterized homesteading life in early Canada.

Wildly popular when first published in 1902, Glengarry School Days still captivates readers with its detailed portrait of children and their misadventures.

L'autore: Ralph Connor was born Charles William Gordon in Indian Lands, Glengarry County, Canada West (later Ontario) in 1860. He graduated from the University of Toronto in 1883 and received his B.D. from Knox College in Toronto in 1887. Three years later he was ordained in Calgary a minister of the Presbyterian Church, and then moved to Banff where he served as missionary to the lumbercamps and mining villages of the area. In 1894 he moved to Winnipeg's Saint Stephen's Church, where he was pastor for the rest of his life.

Seeking financial assistance for his missionary work, the Revered Charles William Gordon wrote fictional sketches for the Presbyterian magazine The Westminster. Under the pseudonym of Ralph Connor, he soon became Canada's bestselling author both at home and abroad. His earliest sketches were collected as Black Rock (1898), and this novel, along with his next two novels, The Sky Pilot (1899) and The Man from Glengarry (1901), sold five million copies.

Connor's fiction originated in his "outdoor" Christianity. His heroes are often churchmen, among other representatives of established civilization, who minister to the needs of a frontier society.

Ralph Connor died in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in 1937.

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