Flying With Amelia

Flying With Amelia

eBook - 2011
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Flying with Amelia chronicles the dreams and struggles of a cast of unforgettable characters through more than a hundred years and across a vast landscape as they face challenges and find courage, sometimes in surprising places.
In 1847 two families arrive in Canada on a famine ship from Ireland, and here the tale begins, weaving through generations and time. A St. John's boy learns the finer points of communication while his employer receives the first transatlantic wireless signal. In 1920s Montreal, a one-armed veteran gambles everything for a future with a beautiful, intelligent, political young woman. A young Maritimer answers a personal ad written by a Saskatchewan schoolteacher, resulting in recipes and romance set against a backdrop of unrest during the Great Depression-while the world looks to the skies for hope, inspiration, and a glimpse of a bright wingtip caught in the sun. From the heady days of the FLQ crisis to the dawning evidence of climate change in Canada's north, Flying with Amelia weaves a collective identity, taking us on a journey from the first sight of a new land, through a century, and beyond.
Publisher: Toronto : McArthur, 2011
ISBN: 9781770871557
1770871551
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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