CanLit Books



Not Drowning But Waving: Women, Feminism, and the Liberal Arts

Not Enough Women

Not Extinct

Not For Every Eye

Not in my Backyard

Not Just Pin Money—Selected Essays on the History of Women’s Work in British Columbia

Not Needing All the Words: Michael Ondaatje’s Literature of Silence

Not Noir

Not of Woman Born: Representations of Caesarean Birth in Medieval and Renaissance Culture

Not To Be Taken At Night, Thirteen Classic Canadian Tales of Mystery and the Supernatural

Not Tonight

Not Vanishing

Not Vanishing

Not Wanted on the Voyage

Not Working

Not Yet

NOT YET but STILL

Notebook M

Notebook of Roses and Civilization

Notebooks 1960-1994

Notebooks: Selections from the A.M. Klein Papers

Notes

Notes

Notes

Notes d’™espoir d’un « joueur de piano »

Notes for a Native Land

Notes from a Feminist Killjoy: Essays on Everyday Life

Notes from Exile

Notes from the Rainforest

Notes on the Economy

Notes on Visitations: Poems 1936-1975

Nothing Black But a Cadillac

Nothing But Brush Strokes: Selected Prose

Nothing But Spoons

Nothing Ever Happens in Pointe-Claire

Nothing Fell Today but Rain

Nothing Looks Familiar

Nothing Sacred

Nothing So Natural

Nothing Speaks for the Blue Moraines: New and Selected Poems

Nothing to Lose

Notre société et son roman

Nous ne connaissons la mort que de nom

Nous qui n’étions rien

Nous sommes en alarme

Nouvelle noirceur

Nouvelles de Montréal

Nouvelles londoniennes

Nouvelles Obscurités

novel

novel

Novels and the Nation: Essays in Canadian Literature

November’s Radio

Now Comes the Lightning

Now in Paper

Now in Paper

Now Is a Far Country

Now is the Winter: Thinking about Hockey

Now You Care

Nuclear Seasons

Nude on the Dartmouth Ferry

Nude Therapy

Nuits blanches

Number One Northern, Poetry From Saskatchewan

Numéro six. Passages du numéro six dans le hockey mineur, dans les catégories atome, moustique, pee-wee, bantam et midget; avec aussi quelques petites aventures s’y rattachant

Nunny Bag 2: stories for six-to nine-year-olds

Nunuga: My Land, My Country

Nurse Jane Goes to Hawaii