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This Island in Time book. This Island in Time: Remarkable Tales from Montreal's Past. by. John Kalbfleisch. From the city’s founding nearly four centuries ago down to the present day, an astonishing range of people have trod its streets.
Here we have no ordinary history of Montreal. Rate it . You Rated it . Its a portrait as colourful as the city itself. Books related to This Island in Time: Remarkable Tales from Montreal's Past. The Mysteries of Montreal, Being Recollections of a Female Physician.
This Island in Time: Remarkable Tales from Montreal’s Past, by John Kalbfleisch. Engaging book, and highly recommended if you want an understanding of the city’s short but busy history. The Tin Flute, by Gabrielle Roy. Set in the 1940s, the book follows one woman as she grows up within the slums of Montreal, during a time of war, poverty, and social stratification
John Kalbfleisch’s book delightfully documents Montreal’s beginnings as a religious mission, then charts its development all the way up to Expo ’67. In his introduction, Kalbfleisch, a reporter for Montreal’s Gazette, says that he views himself more as an antiquarian than a historian, gathering.
This makes for a vivid blend of fact and fiction, gossip and substance. Kalbfleisch shines a light on neglected citizens of the city throughout the ages
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Montreal Gazette This Island in Time: Remarkable Tales from Montreal's Past.
At a trim 208 pages (including a tidy timeline of Quebec history and a useful index) and in a soft cover, it's the kind of book that's easy to carry on a trip and easy to bring to bed. It's also a good read which offers lots of room for reflection. Quebec Heritage News. is both an excellent history book to refresh the reader’s memory and a rich introduction to a people who were told they had no history. Hélène De Billy, journalist.
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This remarkable productivity is characteristic of writers plagued by tuberculosis, instanced by the example of Laurence Sterne in the eighteenth century and, perhaps more pertinently, by Stevenson’s younger contemporary Stephen Crane, one of many American authors whose work shows signs of his influence.