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In London, he wrote a number of romantic novels, largely concerned with French Canadian history and culture. He said "That I understood Canada could not be established by the fact that I had spent my boyhood there, but only by the fact that some inner vision permitted me to see it as it really was."
"The Trespasser" uses a theme common to Parker's work, where he examines the impact of the far flung, rough, disorderly colonies, as his Canadian protagonist and French Indian servant come to England to make a place for themselves.
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