Leaving a Legacy: Canadian Author Farley Mowat Passes Away

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RIP Farley Mowat Celebrated Canadian Author Farley Mowat. Photo Source: By Tabercil (Own work) [CC-BY-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0), via Wikimedia Commons It’s a sad day in literary land as beloved Canadian author Farley Mowat passed away today at the age of 92. He was easily one of the best known writers in Canada and this BC gal will miss the storyteller. He leaves quite a legacy for readers around the world.

The Written Works of Farley Mowat

If you’re not familiar with this writer, perhaps his best known books include his autobiography “Never Cry Wolf” and “Lost in the Barrens.” In 1983, “Never Cry Wolf” was adapted for film and kept the original title; it starred seasoned actor Brian Dennehy, amongst others.

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2 thoughts on “Leaving a Legacy: Canadian Author Farley Mowat Passes Away

  1. I read many of his books, he had to be very old since he wrote about his experiences in WWII. R.I.P.

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