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By Norman Levine

Norman Levine's Canada Made Me, a sour, serious reassessment of the ethical and cultural values of 'the well mannered nation,' proved so stunning it took 21 years—despite preliminary acclaim while published in 1958—to see a Canadian variation. A list of his three-month trip from coast to coast, Levine's imaginative and prescient of Canada's seedy and ugly underworld is now a laconic classic.

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