6 edition of The Foreigner, a Tale of Saskatchewan found in the catalog.
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The Foreigner A Tale of Saskatchewan - Kindle edition by Ralph Connor.3/5(2). First published inThe Foreigner comes from the pen of bestselling author Ralph Connor, the pseudonym of Presbyterian minister and missionary Charles W.
Gordon. The novel opens in Winnipeg, where Kalman Kalmar, a young Eastern European immigrant, is growing up under the shadow of his father, whose allegiance to the customs of the Old World has caused him to become a Author: RalphConnor, DanielColeman.
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the foreigner, a tale of saskatchewan CHAPTER I. THE CITY ON THE PLAIN 2 railways thrust themselves in every direction,−−south into the American Republic, east to the ports of the. The Foreigner. Rev. Charles William Gordon used the pen name Ralph Connor when writing his novels in order to preserve his status as a church leader.
At the beginning of the First World War, in he became Chaplain of the 43rd (Cameron Highlanders) Battalion/5. The Foreigner: A Tale of Saskatchewan. Ralph Connor. Hodder & Stoughton. hardcover no dust jacket, covers bumped/scuffed, tight binding, text clean, very fine condition/superb for its age.
An attractive cover with silhouette illustration, very clean pages, covers show wear at spine and front hinge is starting to crack so hinges are loose but book is still intact.
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First published inThe Foreigner comes from the pen of bestselling author Ralph Connor, the pseudonym of Presbyterian minister and missionary Charles W. Gordon. The Foreigner () tells the story of Kalman Kalmar, a young Ukrainian immigrant working in rural Saskatchewan.
It addresses the themes of male maturation, cultural assimilation, and a form of "muscular Christianity" recurring in Connor's popular Western tales. The Foreigner: A Tale of Saskatchewan By Ralph Connor. In Western Canada there is to be seen to-day that most fascinating of all human phenomena, the making of a nation.
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It addresses the themes of male maturation, cultural assimilation, and a form of “muscular Christianity” recurring in Connor’s popular Western tales.Buy the Hardcover Book The Foreigner: A Tale of Saskatchewan by Ralph Connor atCanada's largest bookstore.
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