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  1. From Ink Lake: Canadian Stories
  2. Tay John (New Canadian Library) by Howard O'Hagan, 1989-03-01
  3. The Collected works of Billy the Kid: Left handed poems by Michael Ondaatje, 1979
  4. The Great Tree by Michael Ondaatje, 1998
  5. Le Fantome D'Anil (French Edition) by Michael Ondaatje, 2001-10
  6. The Man With Seven Toes (Limited Edition) by Michael. Ondaatje, 1971
  7. Secular Love by Michael Ondaatje, 1985-07
  8. Tin roof by Michael Ondaatje, 1982
  9. Billy the Kid, oeuvres complètes by Michael Ondaatje, 1998-02-06
  10. El Fantasma De Anil (Spanish Edition) by Michael Ondaatje, 2001-11
  11. La peau d'un lion by Michael Ondaatje, 1989-05-03
  12. Brick Reader by Michael and Linda Spalding edit Ondaatje, 1991-11
  13. What We Lost by Michael ONDAATJE, 2004-01-01
  14. Anil's Ghost (Hb) by Ondaatje Michael, 2001-05-25

61. Brick, A Literary Journal
EDITORS michael Helm, michael ondaatje, michael Redhill, Rebecca Silver Slayter, Esta Spalding, Linda Spalding MANAGING EDITOR Nadia Szilvassy
Brick is one of the best, if not the best, journals of ideas published in the English-speaking world - a gathering of ideas from writers who think, and thinkers who write, in familiar and popular genres: the old-fashioned book-review, the personal essay and memoir, the interview, letters, even the obituary. As my mother, with undisguised fear, used to say of some of my more vivid friends, Brick has character.
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62. Michael Ondaatje News - The New York Times
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63. 100 Canadian Poets - Michael Ondaatje - Profile
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Michael Ondaatje was born in Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon) on September 12, 1943. In 1954, he moved to England with his mother. After relocating to Canada in 1962, he received his BA from the University of Toronto and his MA from Queen's University in Kingston. Ondaatje is perhaps best known for the screen adaptation of his novel, The English Patient , which won nine Academy Awards in 1996. However, his writing career began with four books of poetry. The Collected works of Billy the Kid shared the Governor General's award for poetry in 1970 with bpNichol 's The True Eventual Story of Billy the Kid and three other Nichol texts. Ondaatje won again in 1979 for poetry and in 1992 for fiction with The English Patient . One only has to compare the 'poems' of Billy the Kid and the 'novel' Coming Through Slaughter to understand how Ondaatje's rich language marks a narrative style that often resists generic classifications. He has also made three films, including a 35 minute film about bpNichol entitled Sons of Captain Poetry . Ondaatje currently resides in Toronto with his wife, Linda Spalding. Together, they edit the literary journal

64. IPL Online Literary Criticism Collection
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65. Tavis Smiley . Archives . Michael Ondaatje . June 22, 2007 | PBS
Tavis I m pleased to welcome michael ondaatje to this program. The acclaimed novelist, screenwriter and filmmaker has won numerous awards during his
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Michael Ondaatje Tavis: I'm pleased to welcome Michael Ondaatje to this program. The acclaimed novelist, screenwriter and filmmaker has won numerous awards during his outstanding career, including the coveted Booker Prize. His novel, you might have heard of it, "The English Patient," was, of course, turned into a major motion picture winning nine Academy Awards back in 1996, including one for Best Picture. His latest novel is called "Divisidero," which is in stores now. Michael, nice to have you on the program. Michael Ondaatje: Thank you.

66. Ondaatje, Michael (Harper's Magazine)
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Encyclopedia Article Find Print E-mail Blog It Multimedia 2 items Michael Ondaatje , born in 1943, Canadian writer and filmmaker whose novel The English Patient (1992) was cowinner of the 1992 Booker Prize , the United Kingdom’s most prestigious literary award. Ondaatje was the first Canadian to receive the prize. Ondaatje was born in Colombo, Sri Lanka, the fourth child of a privileged family of Dutch, Tamil, and Sinhalese origin. He lived with his father in Sri Lanka until 1954 when, at the age of 11, he moved to England to live with his mother. While in England he attended Dulwich College. In 1962 he emigrated to Canada, where he studied at Bishop’s University, Lennoxville, Qu©bec, concentrating in English literature and history. It was during this time that he began to write poetry. He transferred to the University of Toronto in the last year of his studies and received his B.A. degree in 1965. He received his M.A. degree from Queen’s University, Ontario, in 1967. Although his poems had previously been included in anthologies, Ondaatje published his first book of poetry

68. (Philip) Michael Ondaatje Biography
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Find all books written by Michael Ondaatje on Nationality: Canadian. Born: Colombo, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), 1943. Education: Career: Taught at the University of Western Ontario, London, 1967-71. Since 1971 member of the Department of English, most recently a full professor, Glendon College, York University, Toronto. Visiting professor, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, summer 1979; Brown University, 1990. Editor, Mongrel Broadsides. Awards:
Coming Through Slaughter. Toronto, Anansi, 1976; New York, Norton, 1977; London, Boyars, 1979. In the Skin of a Lion. Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, New York, Knopf, and London, Secker and Warburg, 1987. The English Patient. New York, Knopf, and London, Bloomsbury, 1992. New York, Knopf, 2000.
The Collected Works of Billy the Kid (produced Stratford, Ontario, 1973; New York, 1974; London, 1984). Coming Through Slaughter , adaptation of his own novel (producedToronto, 1980).
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72. In The Skin Of A Lion: Michael Ondaatje: Books
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73. Michael Ondaatje Biography And List Of Works - Michael Ondaatje Books
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Michael Ondaatje (born September 12, 1943) is a Canadian author. Born in Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon) of Dutch-Tamil-Singhalese origin, in 1954 he moved to England with his mother. His brother Christopher Ondaatje is a noted figure and philanthropist in the United Kingdom. After relocating to Canada in 1962, Ondaatje became a Canadian citizen. Ondaatje received his BA from the University of Toronto and his MA from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. In the mid-1960s he settled in Toronto, from 1971 to 1983 he taught at York University and since then at Glendon College in Toronto. His style of fiction introduced in In the Skin of a Lion and mastered in The English Patient is non-linear. He creates a narrative by exploring many interconnected snapshots in great detail.

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Ondaatje, Michael. Introduction. Tony Urquhart Reunion. London, Ont. : London Public Library and Art Museum, [1970] Catalogue of an exhibition held Nov. 5-Dec. 2, 1970 at London Public Library and Art Museum, Dec. 4-31, 1970 at St. Catharines and District Arts Council, and Jan. 5-31, 1971 at Sir George Williams University, Montreal. Introduction by Michael Ondaatje.
Ondaatje, Michael. Leonard Cohen. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1970.
Ondaatje, Michael. The collected works of Billy the Kid: left handed poems. Toronto: Anansi, 1970.
Ondaatje, Michael. Rat Jelly. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1973.
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76. Bird Flight: Michael Ondaatje's
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79. Malaspina Great Books Quotations Blog: Michael Ondaatje (1943-)
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