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The premise is deceptively simple: a dirt-poor charwoman and former prostitute leans on her mop and tells her life story. But what a story!

The Places I Go focuses on Pratt's paintings of the last decade, each revealing his observations of a place changing even as it endures.

In this stunning debut collection by Ali Blythe, every poem is unerringly built with hatches and escapes.

When the hunter encounters the wild girl, they find a link in their mutual estrangement from conventional society. He provides her with her material needs, while she brings light to places Peyre had thought dark forever.

In Fauxccasional Poems Daniel Scott Tysdal imagines himself into poetic voices not his own, writing to commemorate events that never occurred, for the posterity of alternative universes — and the delight of our own.

Author Barry Lane has written a book on the Golden Age of Travel in Canada.

In dozens of countries, ordinary citizens have cause to worry about what (or how much) will come out of their taps — if they even have taps — and who will make sure it is available, affordable, and safe.

Straddling the continent for more than a century and globe for more than fifty years, Canadian Pacific is inextricably linked with the history of Canada itself.

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