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Late nights on air —Hay, Elizabeth, 1951-

In 1975 Yellowknife, four employees of a small radio station embark on a canoe trip that takes them into the Arctic wilderness, following the 1927 route taken by ill-fated Englishman John Hornby, and find their relations...

All things consoled : a daughter's story —Hay, Elizabeth, 1951- author.

"Elizabeth Hay, one of Canada's most beloved novelists has written a poignant, complex, and hugely resonant memoir about the shift she experienced between being her parents' daughter to their guardian and caregiver. As t...

All things consoled a daughter's story —Hay, Elizabeth, 1951- author.
Book Club
2018
Availability: 1 of 1

"Elizabeth Hay, one of Canada's most beloved novelists has written a poignant, complex, and hugely resonant memoir about the shift she experienced between being her parents' daughter to their guardian and caregiver. As t...

All thing's consoled : a daughter's memoir —Hay, Elizabeth, 1951- author.

"Elizabeth Hay, one of Canada's most beloved novelists has written a poignant, complex, and hugely resonant memoir about the shift she experienced between being her parents' daughter to their guardian and caregiver. As t...

Garbo laughs —Hay, Elizabeth, 1951-

About the tricky allure of movies and movie stars in our lives. In Ottawa in the 1990s, Harriet Browning, inflamed by the movies she was forbidden as a child, forms a Friday-night club with three cinephile friends.

A student of weather —Hay, Elizabeth, 1951-
DAISY Sound Recording
2000
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When a young man appears at a family's door during a dust storm in the 1930s, their lives are changed forever. His appearance brings to light a rivalry that sets the stage for the events of the following thirty years. Th...

Late nights on air —Hay, Elizabeth, 1951-
DAISY Sound Recording
2008
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Harry Boyd, a refugee from failure in Toronto television, has returned to a small radio station in the Canadian North. There, in the summer of 1975, he falls in love with a voice on air, though the real woman, Dido Paris...

All thing's consoled : a daughter's memoir —Hay, Elizabeth, 1951- author.

"Elizabeth Hay, one of Canada's most beloved novelists has written a poignant, complex, and hugely resonant memoir about the shift she experienced between being her parents' daughter to their guardian and caregiver. As t...

All thing's consoled : a daughter's memoir —Hay, Elizabeth, 1951- author.

"Elizabeth Hay, one of Canada's most beloved novelists has written a poignant, complex, and hugely resonant memoir about the shift she experienced between being her parents' daughter to their guardian and caregiver. As t...

Alone in the classroom —Hay, Elizabeth, 1951-
DAISY Sound Recording
2012
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Saskatchewan, 1929. Connie Flood helps a backward student, Michael Graves, learn how to read. Observing them is the principal, Parley Burns, whose strange behaviour culminates in an attack so disturbing its' repercussion...

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