The Forest Lover

The Forest Lover

Book - 2004
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Drawn to the danger & beauty of a vast wilderness & its people, Emily defies the wishes of her family, spurns suitors & establishes herself as an art teacher, venturing whenever possible along the wild coast of British Columbia.
Publisher: New York : Viking, 2004.
ISBN: 9780670032679
0670032670
Branch Call Number: VREELAND
Characteristics: xii, 333 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.

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This is biographical fiction about the fascinating early twentieth century painter Emily Carr. She was a trailblazer for women artists near the end of the Victorian era.

This biographical fiction is about the fascinating early twentieth century painter Emily Carr. I became a fan of the painter from reading this novel. She was a trailblazer for women artists near the end of the Victorian era. She honored the art of indigenous people of British Columbia. She found ... Read More »


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luckydogranch
Aug 09, 2015

A very powerful and engaging novel about the struggles and achievements of Emily Carr, a Canadian artist far ahead of her time. It deserves five stars.

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Shirleynature
Jun 11, 2014

While reading this novel I became a fan of the painter Emily Carr. She is the main character, independent and seeks solace in nature.

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