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Canadian Cataloguing in Publication Data. Ondaatje, Michael, 1943 –. In the skin of a lion. eISBN: 978-1-55199-542-7.
Running in the Family.
He has two children and is the brother of philanthropist, businessman, and author Christopher Ondaatje. In 1992 he received the Man Booker Prize for his winning novel adapted into an g film, The English Patient.
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1 2 3 4 5. Are you sure you want to remove La Peau Dun Lion from your list? La Peau Dun Lion. Published by Gallimard French.
La peau d'un lion, Michael Ondaatje ; traduit de l'anglais par Marie-Odile Fortier-Masek.
Publication info: Markham, Ont. : Penguin, 1988, c1987. La peau d'un lion, Michael Ondaatje ; traduit de l'anglais par Marie-Odile Fortier-Masek. In the skin of a lion : a novel, Michael Ondaatje. PS 8579 N38 I78 1988.
In the Skin of a Lion is a novel by Canadian–Sri Lankan writer Michael Ondaatje. It was first published in 1987 by McClelland and Stewart. The novel fictionalizes the lives of the immigrants who played a large role in the building of the city of Toronto in the early 1900s, but whose contributions never became part of the city's official history. Ondaatje illuminates the investment of these settlers in Canada, through their labour, while they remain outsiders to mainstream society.
Michael Ondaatje has published several volumes of poetry, including There's a Trick with a Knife I'm Learning to Do, which consists of selections from earlier books, The Dainty Monsters (1967) and Rat Jelly (1973). Much of his poetry addresses the crossing of cultural boundaries. Ondaatje was born in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and moved to Canada in 1962. from the University of Toronto and a . from Queen's University, Kingston, and teaches English at York University.
In the Skin of a Lion.
Author: Michael Ondaatje
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Publisher: Gallimard French (1991)
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