Flint & Feather: Life and Times of E. Pauline Johnson, Tekahionwake

Category: Book
By (author): Gray, Charlotte
Audience: general/trade
Publisher: Harper Collins Canada
Published: December 2006
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 464
Size: 8.00in x 5.31in
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From The Publisher*A graceful biography that was a #1 national bestseller, Flint & Feather confirms Charlotte Gray's position as a master biographer, a writer with a rare gift for transforming a historical character into a living, breathing woman who immediately captures our imagination.

In Flint & Feather, Charlotte Gray explores the life of this nineteenth-century daughter of a Mohawk chief and English gentlewoman, creating a fascinating portrait of a young woman equally at home on the stage in her "Indian" costume and in the salons of the rich and powerful. Uncovering Pauline Johnson's complex and dramatic personality, Flint & Feather is studded with triumph and tragedy, mystery and romance-a first-rate biography blending turn-of-the-century Canadian history and the vibrant story of a woman whose unforgettable voice still echoes through the years.

Review Quote*"An outstanding biography that has all the insight, colour, drama and interest of good, entertaining fiction." (The Globe and Mail)
Biographical Note

CHARLOTE GRAY is one of our pre-eminent biographers. Her #1 bestseller, Flint & Feather, won the 2002 UBC Medal for Canadian Biography and the Drummer Generals Award. She is also the author of the multi-award-winning books Sisters in the Wilderness and Mrs. King. A graduate of Oxford University and a recipient of the Pierre Berton Award from Canadas National History Society, Charlotte Gray lives in Ottawa. Visit her online at ...