Insightful review of The Tale-Teller in Canadian Literature

The unpredictable force of the stranger and the ethical challenge of hospitality are also central to Susan Glickman’s The Tale-Teller, which begins with the arrival of the mysterious Esther in the carefully regulated colony of New France in 1738. Esther has disguised herself as a boy, and while this deception is uncovered instantly, her further deception—that… Continue reading Insightful review of The Tale-Teller in Canadian Literature