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Published by Mackenzie Art Gallery in Regina .
Written in English

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  • MacKenzie, Elizabeth, -- 1955-

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Edition Notes

StatementCindy Richmond, curator
ContributionsMacKenzie, Elizabeth, 1955-, Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery
The Physical Object
Pagination39 p. :
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14829347M
ISBN 100920922694

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The Adventures of Two Little Ducklings book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the first book There is no place like hom /5. Elizabeth McKenzie’s latest novel is The Portable Veblen, long listed for the National Book Award for Fiction and named a Best Book of the year by NPR, the San Francisco Chronicle, The Guardian, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Kirkus, Elle, BookPage, and Largehearted Boy. She is also the author of MacGregor Tells the World, Stop That Girl, and editor of My Postwar Life. Published by the MacKenzie Art Gallery and the Tom Thomson Art Gallery: Essays by Sandra Alfoldy, Virginia Eichhorn, Matthew Kangas, Julia Krueger, and Timothy Long. , colour illus.; x 28 cm; English and French. ISBN. $ Elizabeth is a writer and published author who owns and operates her client-nominated award-winning copywriting agency called The Copy Word. With a sense of self-importance known only to her generation, she's gone ahead and written a book The Somethings: Life lessons from a Something that you probably already know.

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