Thursday, August 2, 2007
Bertram Brooker (1888-1955)
Canadian artist and writer. Brooker's 1936 Think of the Earth was the first title to win the Governor's Award for fiction. Though Brooker was primarily a painter, his first novel involving a murder that never actually takes place did rather well. He also wrote The Robber : a tale of the time of the Herods in 1949.
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Powerpoint: The Road to Expressionism
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