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Toronto A Literary Guide

by Greg Gatenby

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Toronto: A Literary Guide is a fascinating showcase of the many Canadian and international authors that have spent time in the city, living or staying in the 62 neighbourhoods covered in this insightful and though provoking guide.Drawing on twenty years of fastidious research, Greg Gatenby has brought rich detail to the lives of both literary legends and unknown authors of the past 150 years, including Oscar Wilde, Ernest Hemingway, Charles Dickens and Charles W. Bell.Designed as 58 walking tours, Toronto: A Literary Guide is a truly engaging literary, biographical, and geographic guide to one of Canada's oldest and most beautiful cities. It is an absolute treasure.

About the Author
Greg Gatenby has been the Artistic Director of the International Festival of Authors at Harbourfront in Toronto since 1975. Over 3,000 authors of poetry, fiction, drama, and biography have appeared on the Harbourfront stage since then. The author of WHALES: A CELEBRATION, THE WILD IS HERE, and THE VERY RICHNESS OF THAT PAST, Greg Gatenby lives in Toronto.
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