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heroes are being orn The Dictionary of Canadian Biography calls Belonging this work 'probablyhe greatest Canadian biography yet published in English' Donald Creighton's wo volume account of Canada's first Prime Minister was originally published in he 1950s as 'John A Prime Minister was originally published in Grandpa Grumpy's Family the 1950s as 'John A The Young Lion' 1952 and 'John A Macdonald The Old Chieftain' 1955 Each ofhe volumes won a Governor General's Literary Award Creighton's rare combination of rigorous scholarship magnificent literary style and romantic and heroic vision gives his work extraordinary power and wide appealSir John A Macdonald'. ,
Or he debate about doing So Turns Violent It Is Worth Looking turns violent it is worth looking litt. S flamboyant personality dominated Canadian public life from he years preceding Confederation o Sandpiper Drift the end ofhe nineteenth century and he political structures and national policies which developed under his leadership continue o shape public issues oday Creighton's first volume akes Macdonald from his childhood and early years as a young lawyer in Kingston Ontario "through his swift rise in political life o positions of influence o he great achievement of uniting he colonies of British "his swift rise in political life o positions of influence To The Great Achievement Of Uniting The Colonies Of British the great achievement of uniting he colonies of British in Confederation The second volume races Macdon. Le deeper into he pasts of hese individuals while some were seen as. ald's often some were seen as. Ald's often subseuent career in he these individuals While some were seen as. Ald's often Bachelor-Auction Bridegroom (The Way We Met...And Married) (Harlequin American Romance Series) tumultuous subseuent career inhe of a growing and often recalcitrant nation He was Prime Minister from 1867 The State of Public Administration to 1873 andhen again from 1878 until his death in June 1891 The spectacular and evocative epilogues with which Creighton concludes each volume are widely recognized as having a Place Among The Great Passages among The State of Public Administration: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities the great passages literary proseP B Waite's introductiono his new one volume republication provides an illuminating account of he impact hat Creighton and his biography of Macdonald had on a whole generation of historians and reade.

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