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Employer Margaret Atwood
Back in Toronto between periods of study, MA took a job in 1963 with a market research company, and then taught at the University of British Columbia , 1964-5.
Blain, Virginia et al., editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford.
After this she taught briefly at...
Occupation Alice Munro
In summer 1973 she taught creative writing at Notre Dame University in Nelson, BC (two hours a day for a small salary plus $70 travel allowance and a three-room apartment). In the following academic year...
Reception Pamela Hansford Johnson
The same year she was appointed Honorary Fellow at Timothy Dwight College , Yale University , New Haven, Connecticut. Two years later came membership of the Societé Européene de Culture and an Honorary DLitt...
Textual Production Margaret Atwood
MA published with Natural Science of Canada at Toronto in 1977 a book of early nineteenth-century history: Days of the Rebels, 1815-1840, in a series called Canada's Illustrated Heritage. Her Frank Gerstein lectures...
Textual Production Agnes Maule Machar
AMM 's papers are held in various locations including Queen's University Archives, the New York Public Library , the National Archives of Canada , and in archives at McGill University , McMaster University , York University


1897: With her publication of Grains of Sense,...

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With her publication of Grains of Sense, philosopher Victoria, Lady Welby , shifted from theology towards a more academic and analytic study of meaning.


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