Levine, Norman, 1923-2005

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Levine, Norman, 1923-2005

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1923-2005

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Norman Albert Levine was a novelist, short-story writer, and essayist. He was born in Ottawa on 23 October 1923, and was educated at McGill University (MA, 1949). He emigrated to England in that year and eventually settled in St. Ives, Cornwall. Levine wrote numerous short stories, novels, and collections including, "Canada made me" (1958), "I Don't Want to Know Anyone too Well" (1971), "Thin Ice" (1979), "Something happened here" (1991), and "By a Frozen River" (2000). His work appeared in several anthologies of Canadian writing and was translated into German and other languages. Both the Canadian and British Broadcasting Corporations have produced documentaries about Levine. He died on 14 June 2005.

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2019/02/04 J. Grant. Updated authority record, added VIAF information.

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