Susanna Moodie: Roughing It in the Bush

Adapted By: Willow Dawson
Illustrated By: Selena Goulding
Introduction by: Margaret Atwood

Carol Shields was fascinated by Susanna Moodie, a Romantic writer who left England for Canada in 1832 where she and her family soon found themselves starving in their new home. Moodie's novel Roughing It in the Bush, an acerbic testament to settler life, made her famous. Shields' interpretation of Moodie comes to life as a graphic novel.

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