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Humpday Giveaway: This is My Country, What's Yours?

This week's humpday giveaway (and a welcome one, too, on such a gloomy day) is Noah Richler's This is My Country, What's Yours?

I'm excited about it because it's nice to see a book that really celebrates our literary voice, since we have such an inferiority complex about our culture. Love 'em or hate 'em, we've got some real voices.

The first person to email me with the answer (katherine at blogTO.com) to the following question will have a copy - definitely a cool book to read on the TTC or GO.

Richler's book is based on another work of his in a different milieu - what was it and through what means was it communicated?

My inbox awaits.


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