Charlotte Gray Turning Biographies Into An Exciting Read

2007, Cultural Studies
Presented By: Charlotte Gray

Said to have a `strong narrative style’ British born, Oxford educated and well known Canadian Historian, Charlotte Gray weaves a bit of speculation into the biographies of her forgotten champions, enabling the reader to understand the impact of their life and times.  Here she shares the Lives Of Susanna Moody, an English woman learning to adjust to the New World.  Turning biographies into an exciting read, Gray has received numerous awards, appointments and honours for her vast body of work.

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