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  1. The Journals of Susanna Moodie: Poems by Margaret Atwood, 1970-08-15
  2. George Leatrim by Susanna Moodie, 2010-05-23
  3. Roughing It in the Bush (Norton Critical Editions) by Susanna Moodie, 2007-04-24
  4. Life in the Backwoods by Susanna Moodie, 2010-08-18
  5. Mark Hurdlestone Or, The Two Brothers by Susanna Moodie, 2005-10-09
  6. The Work of Words: The Writing of Susanna Strickland Moodie by John Harry Thurston, 1996-06
  7. Life in the Clearings versus the Bush by Susanna Moodie, 2010-08-03
  8. Enthusiasm And Other Poems (1831) by Susanna Strickland Moodie, 2010-09-10
  9. Susanna Moodie: A Life by Michael Peterman, 1999-11-01
  10. Sisters in Two Worlds: A Visual Biography of Susanna Moodie and Catharine Parr Traill by Michael Peterman, 2007-10-30
  11. Voyages: Short Narratives of Susanna Moodie (Canadian Short Story Library) by Susanna Moodie, 1997-10-18
  12. Susanna Moodie: Letters of a Lifetime by Susanna Moodie, 1993-06-16
  13. Letters of Love and Duty: The Correspondence of Susanna and John Moodie by Carl Ballstadt, Elizabeth Hopkins, 1993-04
  14. Susanna Moodie: Pioneer Author (The Quest Library) by Anne Cimon, 2006-01-10

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2. Writing In Canada: Authors: Susanna Moodie
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  • Mark Hurdlestone; or, The Gold Worshipper Flora Lyndsay; or, Passages in an Eventful Life Matrimonial Speculations Geoffrey Moncton; or, The Faithless Guardian The World Before Them
  • Roughin It in the Bush; or, Life in Canada Life in the Clearings Versus the Bush
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  • Spartacus: A Roman Story The Little Quaker; or, The Triumph of Virtue (n.d.) The Sailor Brother; or, The History of Thomas Saville (n.d.) The Little Prisoner; or, Passion and Patience (n.d.) Hugh Latimer; or, The School-Boy's Friendship Rowland Massingham; or, I Will Be My Own Master (n.d.) Profession and Principle; or, The Vicar's Tales (n.d.) George Leatrim; or, The Mother's Test
  • Letters of a Lifetime [eds. Carl Ballstadt, Elizabeth Hopkins, and Michael Peterman] (1985)
  • Patriotic Songs [with Agnes Strickland] Enthusiastic; and Other Poems
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  • Audrey Morris, The Gentle Pioneers: Five Nineteenth-Century Canadians Clara Thomas, "The Strickland Sisters," The Clear Spirit Michael Peterman, "Susanna Moodie," in

3. Roughing It In The Bush : Or, Life In Canada Moodie Susanna
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4. Susanna Moodie
Susanna Moodie. born education died Bibliography. Roughing it in theBush; or, Life in Canada (nonfiction; 1852) Life in the Clearings
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Bibliography Roughing it in the Bush; or, Life in Canada (nonfiction; 1852) Life in the Clearings Versus the Bush (nonfiction; 1853) Life in the Backwoods (nonfiction; 1887)
Gnarowski, Michael. A Concise Bibliography of English-Canadian Literature. Revised Edition. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1978.

5. TITLES - Peterborough & Area History
Life in the Clearings (reprint), moodie susanna, 7.00, Literary Sketches,Corbett Gail, 8.00, M, Roughing it in the Bush, moodie susanna, 9.00,
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6. Canadian Poetry Archive - Susanna Moodie (1803-1885)
Biography and selected works.Category Arts Literature Authors Novelists moodie, susanna...... susanna moodie (18031885). A selection of the poet's works Biography by Nina MilnerCanadian Literature Research Service. Selected Works by susanna moodie.
Susanna Moodie (1803-1885)
Susanna Moodie was a prolific writer of poetry, short stories, articles and novels, but is best known for Roughing It in the Bush , a personal narrative of her immigration to the Canadian wilderness that has become a Canadian literary classic. Born Susanna Strickland near Bungay, Suffolk, England, on December 6, 1803, she was the youngest daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Homer Strickland. In 1808, the family moved to Reydon Hall, near Southwold in Suffolk. Thomas Strickland conscientiously educated his six daughters and two sons, stressing discipline, self-reliance and practicality. A large library provided the children with literary and imaginative stimulus, and from their childhood, the Strickland sisters were drawn to theatre, poetry and history. Following their father’s death in April 1818, they earned much-needed income by writing natural history, moral and historical tales for children, and sketches, stories and poems for periodicals and annuals. Indeed, all but one of the Strickland sisters made a career of writing. The eldest sisters, Elizabeth and Agnes, achieved fame and social prominence in England as co-authors of Lives of the Queens of England (1840-1848) and other biographies of the British aristocracy. Jane Margaret Strickland specialized in moral tales and histories, while Susanna, along with her sister Catharine (as Catharine Parr Traill) and their brother Samuel Strickland, gained recognition as recorders and interpreters of pioneering and settling in early-19th-century Upper Canada.

7. Susanna Moodie (1803-1885) Library Of Congress Citations
Other authors Need, Thomas. moodie, susanna, 18031885. Control No. 01006696 //r902

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Down to Name Citations National Library of Canada LC Online Catalog ... Free Email from Malaspina Book Citations [12 Records] Title: Six years in the bush; or, Extracts from the journal of a settler in Upper Canada, 1832-1838. Published: London, Simpkin, Marshall, 1838. Description: vii, 126 p. 18 cm. LC Call No.: F1057 .S62 Notes: Attributed to T. Need. Cf. Toronto. Public Libraries. A bibliography of Canadiana, no. 2195. Attributed also to S. S. Moodie. Cf. P. Gagnon. Essai de bibliographie canadienne, no. 3327. Subjects: Ontario Description and travel. Other authors: Need, Thomas. Moodie, Susanna, 1803-1885. Control No.: 01006696 //r902 Author: Moodie, Susanna, 1803-1885. Title: Roughing it in the bush. Published: Upper Saddle River, N.J., Literature House [1970] Description: 211, 224 p. illus. 23 cm. LC Call No.: F1057 .M863 Dewey No.: 917.13/04/2 ISBN: 0839812663 Subjects: Ontario Description and travel. Frontier and pioneer life Ontario. Control No.: 70104530 //r90 Author: Atwood, Margaret Eleanor, 1939- Title: The journals of Susanna Moodie; poems by Margaret Atwood. Published: Toronto, Oxford University Press, 1970. Description: 64 p. 22 cm. LC Call No.: PR6051.T9 J6 Dewey No.: 811/.5/4 ISBN: 0195401697 Subjects: Moodie, Susanna, 1803-1885 Poetry. Women authors, Canadian Poetry. Women Canada Poetry. Control No.: 70138296 //r953 Title: Victoria magazine. Published: Belleville, Ont., J. Wilson. Description: 1 v. 25 cm. ISSN: 0381-1654 Notes: Editors: 1847-1848, S. Moodie, J.W.D. Moodie. Other authors: Moodie, Susanna, 1803-1885. Moodie, J. W. Dunbar (John Wedderburn Dunbar), 1797-1869. Control No.: cn 76302364

8. Poet Index For Representative Poetry On-line
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  • Sarah Fuller Adams
  • Joseph Addison
  • Mark Akenside
    Amelia Alderson ( see Amelia Opie
  • Cecil Frances Alexander
    Ellen Alleyne ( see Christina Rossetti
  • William Allingham
    Anodos ( see Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
  • Matthew Arnold
  • Anne Askew
  • John Askham B
  • Mary Barber
  • Richard Harris Barham
  • Sabine Baring-Gould
  • William Barnes ...
  • Richard Barnfield
    Elizabeth Barrett ( see Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • David Bates
  • Katharine Lee Bates
  • Thomas Bateson (ca. 1570-1630)
  • James Beattie
  • Francis Beaumont
  • Thomas Lovell Beddoes
  • The Venerable Bede ...
  • Aphra Behn
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  • Arthur Christopher Benson
    Mary Berwick ( see Adelaide Procter
  • Ambrose Bierce
  • Robert Blair
  • William Blake
    Phyllis Bloom ( see Phyllis Gotlieb
  • Louise Bogan
  • Francis William Bourdillon
  • William Lisle Bowles
  • Anne Bradstreet (ca. 1612-1672) Tabitha Bramble ( see Mary Robinson
  • Nicholas Breton
  • Gilbert E. Brooke
  • Rupert Brooke
  • Shirley Brooks ...
  • Thomas Edward Brown Felicia Dorothea Browne ( see Felicia Dorothea Hemans
  • William Browne
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Robert Browning
  • Alice Mary Buckton ...
  • A. H. Reginald Buller
  • 9. - Great Books -
    susanna moodie and Catharine Parr Traill are two of Canada's most important 19thcentury writers.
    Susanna Moodie
    Susanna Moodie and Catharine Parr Traill are two of Canada's most important 19th-century writers. Born in England only 23 months apart, the two sisters became professional writers before they married. In 1832 they emigrated with their Scottish husbands to Canada, settling in the backwoods of what is now Ontario, near present-day Lakefield. They recorded and interpreted their experiences as pioneers in books for which they remain famous to this day - for example, Catharine Parr Traill's The Backwoods of Canada (1836) and Canadian Crusoes (1852), and Susanna Moodie's Roughing It in the Bush (1852) and Life in the Clearings (1853). They continued to live and write in Canada until their deaths - Susanna's in 1885 and Catharine's in 1899. [© National Library of Canada. Adapted from National Library of Canada's website Browse
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    10. Moodie, Susanna WatercolourTRENT UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES Fonds Level Description Moo
    between Atwood's The Journals of susanna moodie (1970), and susanna Strickland moodie's 1852 sketches of immigrant

    11. "The Casket Of Truth": The Social Significance Of Susanna Moodie's Spiritual Dil
    A discussion by John Thurston of the writer's spiritual yearnings, kicked off by two messages from the dead received by moodie.
    "The Casket of Truth": the Social Significance of Susanna Moodie's Spiritual Dilemmas
    By John Thurston "A Message From The Dead" In 1881 Susanna Moodie "had a strange visit" from a woman who had "a message from the dead" for her. This message is from an old friend who had died four years earlier, and to whom Moodie had written a poem in 1827. Thoughts of what "a wonderful photographer memory is," imprinting "images . . . on the heart and brain" which must have some purpose, flood over her, and she recalls another old friend, Anna Laura Harral, to whom she had also addressed poems in 1827. Anna, who had died in 1830, had already sent Moodie messages from the dead. Kate Fox delivered the first of these, through the medium of spirit rapping which she had discovered with her sister. Her truly strange visit in 1855 opened the channels of this medium for Moodie. Moodie's repeated partings from loved ones left her with life-long emotional and spiritual yearnings. Emigration was the consequence of an early severance from her father in 1818 who had, before he died, been parted from his money. Indeed, all her social and spiritual dilemmas were largely due to this message from the dead about the separation of the family from their gentry status. Before his downfall, Thomas Strickland had educated his eldest daughters, Elizabeth and Agnes, in a way befitting their newly-risen social position.

    12. Margaret Atwood's "The Journals Of Susanna Moodie"
    Margaret Atwoods The Journals of susanna moodie" by R. P. Bilan The Journals of susanna moodie is possibly Margaret Atwoods finest collection of poetry; it unquestionably is her most tightly organized book of poems.
    Margaret Atwood’s “The Journals of Susanna Moodie"
    by R. P. Bilan The Journals of Susanna Moodie My claim, however, that this book is tightly organized, and that to understand it properly one must take full account of the structure, seems to be denied by Atwood herself. In her interview with Graeme Gibson in Eleven Canadian Novelists Atwood explains how she wrote this series of poems: While this work may not have been written like a novel, it does focus on a central character and is tied to a chronological sequence showing her growth. Moreover, even assuming this is an accurate account of the way Atwood wrote the poems, once she had written them she obviously made a very careful arrangement. And despite what she says in the interview, her comments in the Afterword suggest a clear enough pattern and organization in the book. cause of her separation from the land. Her initial commitment is to all those things associated with light: civilization, reason, order. Only as she comes to accept the darker side of herself, and of nature, will she be able to change and grow. In The Journals of Susanne Moodie Surfacing comes to realize, beyond the realm of logic, reason, and civilized order.

    13. Introduction - Susanna Moodie Et Catharine Parr Traill
    Translate this page Introduction. susanna moodie et Catharine Parr Traill comptent parmi lesécrivains canadiens les plus importants du dix-neuvième siècle.

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    15. Reconstructing The Wilderness: Margaret Atwood's Reading Of Susanna Moodie
    Essay by Susan Johnston.
    Reconstructing the Wilderness: Margaret Atwood's Reading of Susanna Moodie
    By Susan Johnston The literary relation between Atwood's The Journals of Susanna Moodie (1970), and Susanna Strickland Moodie's 1852 sketches of immigrant life, Roughing It in the Bush, or, Forest Life in Canada has been the subject of a number of critical analyses, many of which adopt the heuristic metaphors of "violent duality" and "paranoid schizophrenia" that Atwood applies to Moodie in the "Afterword". This Afterword has had an effect on Moodie and Atwood criticism very similar to that described by Anna Balakian as "false influence," in which a model text is distorted or transformed by a new text which illuminates the model text and inspires followers. So powerful is Atwood's reconstruction that not only most interpretations of The Journals of Susanna Moodie, but many independent discussions of Roughing It in the Bush as well, have succumbed to its lure. A new reading of this literary relation seems called for, one which considers Atwood's response to Moodie in terms of the creative relation Moodie achieved, by accepting and resisting inherited European aesthetics, with the wilderness landscape of colonial Canada. Such a reading is suggested by Atwood's poetic concern with the relationship of Canadians to their own landscape, and by the explicit stance of her criticism: "For the members of a country or culture, shared knowledge of their place, their

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    18. Emigration And Bush Life - Susanna Moodie And Catharine Parr Traill
    The conditions and challenges of emigrants' lives in 19thcentury Canada as reflected in the lives and writings of Catharine Parr Traill(180299) and susanna moodie (180385).

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    Emigration and Bush Life
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    Upon their arrival in Upper Canada in 1832, the Moodies and Traills disembarked at Cobourg. From 1832 to 1834 the Moodies attempted to farm a previously cleared property near Port Hope. Susanna bore two more children during those years. John's financial speculations, along with the need to hire help for the young family and the farm, were quickly reducing their savings. Moreover, they found their Yankee neighbours unfriendly and unhelpful. So they sold their first farm and moved to the bush near Lakefield, where the Traills had built their log home and cleared their first few acres with the help of Samuel Strickland. Top of Page
    Pioneer life
    The life of a bush settler is described in their famous books: Susanna Moodie's Roughing It in the Bush (1852) and Catharine Parr Traill's The Backwoods of Canada (1836). The work "bees," burning the fallow, ploughing, harvesting, keeping warm, preparing food and numerous other realities of the early pioneers' harsh existence are vividly presented in these books, along with descriptions of climate

    19. Introduction - Susanna Moodie And Catharine Parr Traill
    susanna moodie and Catharine Parr Traill are two of Canada's most important 19thcentury writers.

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    The Backwoods of Canada (1836) and Canadian Crusoes (1852), and Susanna Moodie's Roughing It in the Bush (1852) and Life in the Clearings This website is designed to help readers and students enter into the worlds of these two remarkable sisters. First, it conveniently brings together important collections held by both the National Library of Canada and the National Archives of Canada. Secondly, it provides the reader with reliable information about Susanna, Catharine, their lives and their writing careers. Thirdly, it makes available some of their surviving letters and selections from their books. Using original photographs and other illustrations, the site seeks to make the worlds of Susanna and Catharine in England and in Canada come alive for today's readers and aims to provide them with material for further research and study. Top of Page
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