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Notes from the Interior: Settling in at Heffley Lake Elizabeth Templeman

Notes from the Interior: Settling in at Heffley Lake

Elizabeth Templeman

Published November 3rd 2004
ISBN : 9780889822207
Paperback
304 pages
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Elizabeth Templemans Notes From The Interior is an important addition to regional and personal history, and is an examination of the synergy that occurs when immigrants make their home in a small, rural community. In this, her first book, TemplemanMoreElizabeth Templemans Notes From The Interior is an important addition to regional and personal history, and is an examination of the synergy that occurs when immigrants make their home in a small, rural community. In this, her first book, Templeman pushes the envelope of literary genres by combining personal essays, memoir, and community history with meditations on the nature of language, work, family, and human relationships. Templeman is a keen and insightful observer, who delights in the mysteries of how children learn, how a community is forged, how we, as human beings, knit together the bonds that cradle us. Her observations of daily life in her hometown expand outward into philosophical meditations on art, education, and marriage and her essays invite the reader into a world imbued with the wild beauty of B.C.s interior and the wilder beauty of the human heart.