The Life Of Farley Mowat

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A portrait of Farley Mowat, Canada's most successful and often controversial writer. Covers his boyhood in an eccentric household to his time in the army during World War II and his life as a writer. Also deals with his wanderlust, failed unions, his compassion for the underdog, and his love-hate relationship with his father. Some strong language.
Publisher: Toronto: C.N.I.B., [200?].
Branch Call Number: MOWAT KIN
Characteristics: 1 computer laser optical disc (DAISY) (19 hrs., 5 min.)


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