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Table of Contents for
Speaking in the Past Tense: Canadian Novelists on Writing Historical Fiction by Herb Wyile

Illustrations

Acknowledgements

Introduction: Speaking in the Past Tense: English-Canadian Novelists on Writing Historical Fiction

Interviews

Making History: Guy Vanderhaeghe

Walking Where His Feet Can Walk: Rudy Wiebe

Confessions of a Historical Geographer: Jane Urquhart

An Afterlife Endlessly Revised: Wayne Johnston

“We Have to Recover Their Bodies”: George Elliott Clarke

Ghosts are our Allies: Margaret Sweatman

History “from the Working Man’s End of the Telescope”: Fred Stenson

Pushing out the Poison: Joseph Boyden

In the Lair of the Minotaur: Heather Robertson

The Iceman Cometh Across: Thomas Wharton

“The Living Haunt the Dead”: Michael Crummey

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