In the frozen lands of the north, Maud Watt is still known as the “Angel of Hudson Bay.”
“Verboczy has the literary talent to make his story worth reading, uniquely painting his own experiences against the backdrop of a new life in Quebec and the province’s vision of its future.”
The beauty of the world cannot be expressed in one language alone, always the same. And a poem by Anne Hébert can even speak to the goof-off seated in the last row of the class of a regular high school in a Danish village.
“Readers knowing little about the Catholic Church might dismisss Rebel Priest in the Time of Tyrants as too much like inside baseball. That would be a mistake.”