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The Trespasser by Gilbert Parker
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Gilbert Parker was a Canadian writer and politician, who taught at the Ontario School for the Deaf and Dumb and Trinity College. After travels through Australia, the Pacific, the South Sea Islands, Europe, Egypt, and Asia, he settled in London, England, where became involved in politics and was elected to Parliament.

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.

Release date Australia
February 20th, 2008
Country of Publication
United States
large type edition
Tutis Digital Pub
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