The Arm of Gold
look inside

The Arm of Gold

By Ralph Connor, Introduction by John Lennox

$16.95 Paperback
In Stock Ships in 24hrs or or less
Series: Fiction Treasures

Rating: 0 vote(s).

The Arm of Gold is set in Ravanoke on the Bras d'Or Lakes in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. When some affluent American visitors come to Ravanoke for a fishing holiday, their car gets stuck and some local residents help them out. This novel explores the social, cultural and religious issues facing the community in the dynamic 1920s when modernisation reached deep into small Cape Breton communities.

Ralph Connor is the pseudonym of the Reverend Charles W. Gordon (1860-1937), a prolific and very succesful Canadian author and dynamic clergyman who spent most of his life in western Canada.
John Lennox is Professor of English, York University, and a specialist in Canadian Literature. In 2000 he was awarded the Governor-General's International Award in Canadian Studies, which is given annually for outstanding service to scholarship and to the development of Canadian Studies internationally.

Customer Reviews:

Your review

Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 336 pages
Publication Date: 23rd October 2007
ISBN: 9780887807299
Format: 10.5in x 8.25in

BIC Code: FA, FC, FR, FV
BISAC Code:, FIC004000, FIC014000, FIC019000, FIC027000
Imprint: Formac


Similar titles:
Joan at Halfway

Beautiful Joe

River of Strangers

Restless are the Sails

The Heart That Knows