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Vintage Canada Publisher - 479 works / 186 ebooks

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  • A history of reading by Alberto Manguel
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    The Penelopiad by Margaret Atwood
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    Life of Pi by Yann Martel, Yann Martel
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    Saturday by Ian McEwan
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    Midnight's children by Salman Rushdie
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    Atonement by Ian McEwan
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    Grimus by Salman Rushdie
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    A Taste for Death by P. D. James
    Amsterdam by Ian McEwan
    Memoirs of a geisha by Golden, Arthur, Golden, Arthur
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    Fall on Your Knees by Ann-Marie MacDonald
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    Midnight Cab by James W. Nichol

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Authors

published most by this publisher
Kelley Armstrong, 10 books
Carol Shields, 9 books
Alexander McCall Smith, 9 books
Douglas Coupland, 7 books
Peter Carey, 6 books
Ian McEwan, 6 books
Salman Rushdie, 6 books
Katherine Govier, 6 books
Dionne Brand, 5 books
Jeanette Winterson, 5 books
John Irving, 5 books
Steven Heighton, 5 books
Paul Quarrington, 5 books
Michael Ondaatje, 5 books
Miriam Toews, 5 books
Chris Knopf, 4 books
P. D. James, 4 books
Yann Martel, 4 books
Rudy Henry Wiebe, 4 books
Matt Cohen, 4 books
Douglas Coupland, 4 books
Irène Némirovsky, 3 books
Timothy L. Taylor, 3 books
Lori Lansens, 3 books
Kevin Patterson, 3 books

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