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  1. Michael Ondaatje (Twayne's World Authors Series) by Douglas Barbour, 1993-03
  2. Comparative Cultural Studies and Michael Ondaatje's Writing (Comparative Cultural Studies)
  3. Beloved Communities: Solidarity and Difference in Fiction by Michael Ondaatje, Toni Morrison, and Joy Kogawa (Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis Studia Anglistica Upsaliensia, 110) by Elizabeth Kella, 2000-11
  4. Michael Ondaatje (Contemporary World Writers) by Lee Spinks, 2009-10-15
  5. Books by Michael Ondaatje (Study Guide): Novels by Michael Ondaatje, the English Patient, Anil's Ghost, in the Skin of a Lion, Divisadero
  6. Rat Jelly by Michael Ondaatje, 1994-01
  7. El Blues de Buddy Bolden (Spanish Edition) by Michael Ondaatje, 2004-07
  8. English Patient 1ST Edition by Michael Ondaatje, 1992
  9. The Long poem anthology by Michael (ed.) Ondaatje, 1979
  10. The English Patient: A Screenplay by Anthony Minghella, Michael Ondaatje, 1996-11
  11. There's a Trick With a Knife I'm Learning to Do: Poems, 1962-1978 by Michael Ondaatje, 1979-03
  12. Running in the Family by Michael Ondaatje, 1983
  13. Running in the Family (Picador Books) (Spanish Edition) by Michael Ondaatje, 1998-07
  14. Un air de famille by Michael Ondaatje, 1998-01-02

41. NPR: The Many Layers Of Michael Ondaatje's 'Divisadero'
The celebrated author of The English Patient weaves a tale of intersecting lives that takes readers from 1970s California to preWorld War I France in his

42. Image Theory - Micheal Ondaatje, By Robert Birnbaum
michael ondaatje. Micheal ondaatje wrote The English Patient, which won a Booker Prize and was made into an Academyaward-winning film in 1996.
Michael Ondaatje
Micheal Ondaatje wrote The English Patient , which won a Booker Prize and was made into an Academy-award-winning film in 1996. Image Source: Robert Birnbaum
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43. Michael Ondaatje
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44. Michael Ondaatje
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Easingwood, Peter. A substantial introduction to Michael Ondaatje, from the Literary Encyclopedia, 27 March 2002 On The Collected Works of Billy the Kid: Left Handed Poems The English Patient An overview of Michael Ondaatje's work from Professor George Landow's Postcolonial Literature and Cultural Web. It includes critical articles about his novels, their themes, techniques, and cultural contexts An introductory article on the Canadian-Ceylonese author Michael Ondaatje, from the postcolonial web project at Emory Univ The NYTimes has compiled a web page on Michael Ondaatje that contains the Times reviews of his writing. (Registration required) A compilation of publishing information on Michael Ondaatje's works,

45. The Aesthete: Books: The New Yorker
michael ondaatje’s new novel, “Divisadero” (Knopf; $25), is named for a street in San Francisco where one of the book’s characters, Anna, once lived.
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48. Internet Archive: Details: Robin Blaser, Robert Creeley, Michael Ondaatje Panel,
Blaser, Robin; Creeley, Robert; ondaatje, michaelRobin Blaser, First half of a panel discussion with Robin Blaser, Robert Creeley and michael ondaatje.
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49. Films By Michael Ondaatje
For the first time ever, michael ondaatje’s films are being released on dvd. This special collector’s disc contains three seminal pieces of work created and

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feature film - funny, touching and deeply moving - it is a national poem of
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A conversation between Michael Ondaatje and David Young
Interviews with actors, directors and writers about how The Farm Show has continued to influence Canadian theatre
Inside Booklet Featuring Farm Show actors and bp nicol sketches and notes
Michael Ondaatje Biography 1974, Canada, 115 minutes. DVD140 (dvd), MON140 (video)

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In this paper, I discuss the historical background of michael ondaatje s The 23140; and Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek, michael ondaatje s The English
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> works in literary and culture theory, modern and contemporary European and North American fiction, ethnic minority writing, audience studies, film and literature, etc., and publishes widely in these areas. His work is also published in French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Mandarin, Polish, and Spanish translation. His most recent book is Comparative Literature: Theory, Method, Application
Michael Ondaatje's The English Patient , "History," and the Other
1. In this paper, I discuss the historical background of Michael Ondaatje's The English Patient and Anthony Minghella's adaption of the novel to film. Ondaatje's novel is fiction and the "truth" value of the historical background of this or any fictional text is of problematic and questionable relevance in the reading of literature or in the study of literature (that is, in most areas of literary study while in areas such as the sociology of literature this may not always be the case). However, research in audience studies shows that readers of fiction or viewers of films are voraciously interested in the "real" story of fictionalized persons and events. Indeed, in the case of The English Patient The English Patient was published in 1992 and won the Booker Prize in the same year and it also received a number of other awards such as the Trillium Prize. In 1996 it was released as a film, produced and directed by Anthony Minghella, with the cooperation of Ondaatje, and received seven Oscars.

51. The Art Institute Of Chicago: Calendar: Events
Booker Prizewinning author michael ondaatje, best known for The English Patient and Anil s Ghost, introduces his first new novel in six years, Divisadero.

52. John W. MacDonald's Weblog: Michael Ondaatje
Tonight, Ottawa’s Elizabeth Hay hosts an evening with one of the world’s most acclaimed authors, Booker Prize winner michael ondaatje, reading from his
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Tonight, Ottawa’s Elizabeth Hay hosts an evening with one of the world’s most acclaimed authors, Booker Prize winner Michael Ondaatje , reading from his eagerly anticipated new novel, Divisadero , and answering audience questions. More info at Ottawa International Writers Festival website
Also in town is the lovely and talented Nairne Holtz . She's reading from her book The Skin Beneath which starts at 8:00 pm at Venus Envy, 320 Lisgar. Also featured are readings by Megan Butcher and Jennifer Whiteford
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In any event, I left after the reading with no photographic record. So, I headed straight for the Venus Envy reading event and met up with author Nairne Holtz to buy her latest book and have a brief chat with Jen and Megan. As Nairne had no apparent hang-ups about getting her photograph taken I politely requested a short photo-shoot after her reading. Happily, she obliged. A photo is forthcoming. Thanks Nairne!

53. A Review Of Michael Ondaatje’s “Divisadero” « The Official Bl
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    54. City Arts & Lectures
    michael ondaatje fuses exuberant storytelling with jazz rhythms and luxurious imagery in his bestselling novels. Born in Sri Lanka, educated in England,
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    Michael Ondaatje fuses exuberant storytelling with jazz rhythms and luxurious imagery in his bestselling novels. Born in Sri Lanka, educated in England, and currently a resident of Canada, Ondaatje draws on a wealth of sources to inspire his rich imagery. He emerged as one of Canada's most respected young poets in the 1960s, though he is best known as a novelist. His works of fiction include The English Patient, In the Skin of a Lion, Coming Through Slaughter, The Collected Works of Billy the Kid, and Anil's Ghost. He received the 1992 Booker Prize for The English Patient , a non-linear narrative of four people living in an abandoned Italian villa at the end of World War II. In 1996

    55. Divisadero | The Quarterly Conversation
    From there it s one stop to hearing the conversation going on in that room, says a character in michael ondaatje s new novel Divisadero.

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    "There's a laser scope . . . that can measure the vibrations in the glass of a window across the street, and then translate them into sounds. From there it's one stop to hearing the conversation going on in that room," says a character in Michael Ondaatje's new novel Divisadero . Decades earlier, a different character had already discovered a similar way of creating the vibrancy of life from small parts; as he lay helpless in a World War I diphtheria tent, he constructed the outside world through "maps of sound": the coughs of dying men, footsteps in mud, the sound of scalpels being set on rubber sheets. This idea that life can be analyzed by the smallest details is central to Divisidero . In the first few pages, one narrator paraphrases Lucien Freud: "Everything is biographical. . . . What we make, why it is made, how we draw a dog, who it is we are drawn to, why we cannot forget." In some ways, this seems counterintuitive. Writing teachers repeatedly tell us to focus on the telling detail, but here everything, unknowingly, contributes.

    56. - Anil's Ghost By Michael Ondaatje
    With his first novel since the internationally acclaimed The English Patient, Booker Prize—winning author michael ondaatje gives us a work displaying all
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    With his first novel since the internationally acclaimed The English Patient, Booker Prize—winning author Michael Ondaatje gives us a work displaying all the richness of imagery and language and the piercing emotional truth that we have come to know as the hallmarks of his writing. Anil’s Ghost transports us to Sri Lanka, a country steeped in centuries of tradition, now forced into the late twentieth century by the ravages of civil war. Into this maelstrom steps Anil Tissera, a young woman born in Sri Lanka, educated in England and America, who returns to her homeland as a forensic anthropologist sent by an international human rights group to discover the source of the organized campaigns of murder engulfing the island. What follows is a story about love, about family, about identity, about the unknown enemy, about the quest to unlock the hidden past–a story propelled by a riveting mystery. Unfolding against the deeply evocative background of Sri Lanka’s landscape and ancient civilization, Anil’s Ghost is a literary spellbinder–Michael Ondaatje’s most powerful novel yet. top of the page
    Juxtapositions and fragments are central to the style and structure of Anil's Ghost . The novel opens with a scene in italics, in which we are introduced to Anil as part of a team of scientists unearthing the bodies of missing people in Guatemala. Then there is a brief scene in which Anil arrives in Sri Lanka to begin her investigation for the human rights group. This is followed by another scene in italics, describing "the place of a complete crime"a place where Buddhist cave sculptures were "cut out of the walls with axes and saws" [p. 12]. How do these sectionsupon which the author does not commentwork together, and what is the cumulative effect of such brief scenes?

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    58. Michael Ondaatje, In Peak Form -
    TORONTO The more one talks to michael ondaatje about the way he writes his novels, the more one is drawn toward a simple, cautionary conclusion Kids,
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    By Bob Thompson Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, May 30, 2007; Page C01 TORONTO The more one talks to Michael Ondaatje about the way he writes his novels, the more one is drawn toward a simple, cautionary conclusion: Framed by the ceiling of his former publisher's office, the author describes his new novel, "Divisadero," as a "quite radical form." (By Lucas Oleniuk For The Washington Post)
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    Kids, don't try this at home. Ask the author of "The English Patient," "Anil's Ghost" and the just-published "Divisadero" if he has ever worked from an outline and he bursts out laughing. "I did try once," he says. "I wrote a kind of treatment." But this brief stab at planning destroyed his enthusiasm for the material: "So then I said, 'Now, why would I want to write that?' "

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    60. Biography Of Michael Ondaatje : A Life In Words
    Biography of michael ondaatje, perhaps the most famous writer born in Ceylon, is reknowned for the Booker Prize winning The English Patient,
    Biography of Michael Ondaatje : a life in words
    Biography of Michael Ondaatje, perhaps the most famous writer born in Ceylon, is reknowned for the Booker Prize winning The English Patient, among other works.
    Michael Ondaatje, the first Canadian winner of the prestigious Booker Prize in 1992, is perhaps most famous for the work that won him that prize, a fictional World War romantic narrative since made into a film called The English Patient. While it is true to say that he is the first-ever recipient of the Booker Prize, he is also the first ever winner born in Ceylon(now called Sri Lanka). Born during World War II on 12th September 1943, Ondaatje emigrated to Canada at the age of 19 after spending a spell in England. There he attended the University of Toronoto where he gained a BA, afterwhich he obtained a Masters degree at Queens University. Ondaatje's first published work was a collection of poetry entitled The Dainty Monsters (1967) which he followed up with The Man With Seven Toes (1969) and Rat Jelly (1973). His first literary award came his way in 1970 at the age of 27, when he won the Canadian Governor General' Award for his collection of poetry, entitled The Collected Work of Billy the Kid written about the legendary outlaw. He received a second Governor General's Award in 1979 for an earlier collection of poetry, There's a Trick with a Knife I'm Learning to do (1963 - 1978). His work is characterised by a bleakly evocative narrative and minimalist dialogue, blending documentary and fictional accounts of real characters, such as his Coming Through Slaughter (1976) about the life of 1930's jazz cornetist Buddy Bolden and In the Skin of a Lion, a story about 1930's Canadian Immigrants. Jazz and cinema, in fact, have been recurring themes in Ondaatje's work and the author himself has written a number of screenplays and worked on films previously.

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