By Cutler, Ebbitt
New edition for 2020. Selected an Outstanding Book of the Year by the New York Time Book Review in 1973, I Once Knew an Indian Woman is a heartwarming childhood memoir set in Mont Tremblant, Quebec between First and Second World Wars. The book received multiple rave reviews, and ...was also awarded first prize in the 1967 Canadian Centennial Literary Competition. This new edition is edited by her son, Keir Cutler, who worked with his mother before her death in 2011 to develop an updated version and a theatrical monologue from the book titled, Magnificence which won Best English Text at the 2019 Montreal Fringe Festival. In 1973, the New York Times review of I Once Knew an Indian Woman stated, Simplicity isn't easy to find any more and neither is goodness. . . . Madame Dey is a marvellous figure. Her story is revealed gently, almost unobtrusively. . . . A story like this is almost impossible to tell without cuteness or sentimentality. [May] Ebbitt Cutler has managed it.Read more
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