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Hugh MacLennan

Hugh MacLennanBorn: 20-Mar-1907
Birthplace: Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada
Died: 7-Nov-1990
Location of death: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist

Nationality: Canada
Executive summary: Barometer Rising

Wife: Dorothy Duncan (m. 1936, d. 1957)
Wife: Aline Walker (m. 1959)

    University: Dalhousie University
    University: Oxford University (on a Rhodes Scholarship)
    University: PhD, Princeton University (1953)
    Teacher: Lower Canada College, Montreal (1935-45)
    Professor: English, McGill University (1951-63)

    Rhodes Scholarship
    Lorne Pierce Medal 1952
    Order of Canada 1967
    National Order of Quebec 1985

Author of books:
Oxyrhyncus: An Economic and Social Study (1935, nonfiction)
Barometer Rising (1941, novel)
Canadian Unity and Quebec (1942, nonfiction)
Two Solitudes (1945, novel)
The Precipice (1948, novel)
Cross Country (1949, nonfiction)
Each Man's Son (1951, novel)
The Watch That Ends the Night (1959, novel)
The Future of the Novel as an Art Form (1959, nonfiction)
Scotchman's Return and Other Essays (1960, essays)
Seven Rivers of Canada (1961, nonfiction)
Return of the Sphinx (1967, novel)
The Colour of Canada (1967, nonfiction)
The Other Side of Hugh MacLennan (1978, nonfiction)
Voices in Time (1980, novel)
On Being a Maritime Writer (1984, nonfiction)

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