Guy Vanderhaeghe

Canadian writer

1951   -  

country of citizenship: Canada
languages spoken, written or signed: English
educated at: University of Saskatchewan
occupation: novelist
award received: Officer of the Order of Canada, Saskatchewan Order of Merit, Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize, Governor General's Award for English-language fiction, Governor General's Literary Awards

Guy Clarence Vanderhaeghe (born April 5, 1951) is a Canadian novelist and short story writer, best known for his Western novels trilogy, The Englishman's Boy, The Last Crossing, and A Good Man set in the 19th-century American and Canadian West. Vanderhaeghe has won three Governor General's Awards for his fiction, one for his short story collection Man Descending in 1982, the second for his novel The Englishman's Boy in 1996, and the third for his short story collection Daddy Lenin and Other Stories in 2015.
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