Send in The Clowns

Nurse, Donna Bailey
November 2003
Publishers Weekly;11/24/2003, Vol. 250 Issue 47, p37
Trade Publication
Features author Ann-Marie MacDonald. Elements of comedy and tragedy in her novel "The Way the Crow Flies"; Family background of MacDonald; Status of MacDonald as a lesbian in Canada.


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