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Ondaatje

Michael. born 1943, Sri Lankan-born Canadian writer: his works include the poetry collection There's a Trick with a Knife I'm Learning to Do (1979), the Booker-prizewinning novel The English Patient (1992, filmed 1997), and Anil's Ghost (2000)
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Ondaatje provides a sensitive and moving portrait of Nathaniel and Rachel, both on the cusp of adolescence and adulthood, as they draw on imagination and partly-understood observation to interpret their world.
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Upstairs, in a room with long views of a Thames blurry with heat, Ondaatje accepts congratulations and a glass of "white wine, please.
Ondaatje's shrewd character study plays out in a smart, sophisticated drama, one worth the long wait for fans of wartime intrigue."
Awarded to the writer of a literary work that 'evokes the spirit of a place', the Ondaatje prize covers fiction, nonfiction and poetry.
Jans Ondaatje Rolls makes a compelling argument that they were.
Michael Ondaatje's Secular Love has received considerable academic attention since its publication in 1984, although to date there are few critical essays that address it.
Deshaye focuses on four writers in order to conduct his study: Irving Layton, Leonard Cohen, Michael Ondaatje, and Gwendolyn MacEwen.
The formal eloquence of Griffin Ondaatje's text is perfectly balanced by the candidly emotional illustrations by noted German artist Linda Wolfsgruber.
Signatories include Michael Ondaatje, Rawi Hage, Shani Mootoo and Gabor Mate.
I started to buy it when it came out a year ago, mainly because it was written by Michael Ondaatje, Booker Prize winning author of The English Patient.
By Christopher Ondaatje. (New York, NY: Thames & Hudson, 2011.