Ondaatje


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Ondaatje

(ɒnˈdɑːtʃe)
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(Biography) Michael. born 1943, Sri Lankan-born Canadian writer: his works include the poetry collection There's a Trick with a Knife I'm Learning to Do (1979), the Booker-prizewinning novel The English Patient (1992, filmed 1997), Anil's Ghost (2000), and Divisadero (2007)
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Noun1.Ondaatje - Canadian writer (born in Sri Lanka in 1943)
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The GBP10,000 Ondaatje prize has been won by Peter Pomerantsev for his expose of modern Russian life, 'Nothing Is True and Everything Is Possible', The Guardian news company revealed on Monday.
MICHAEL ONDAATJE, Francine Prose and at least four other writers have withdrawn from next month's PEN American Centre gala, objecting to the literary and human rights organisation honouring French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
NEW YORK -- Michael Ondaatje, Francine Prose and at least four other writers have withdrawn from next month's PEN American Center gala, citing objections to the literary and human rights organization's honoring the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Jans Ondaatje Rolls (NY: Thames & Hudson, 2014) 384 pp.
This essay shows that Ondaatje comes to propose a life-centered ethics that emphasizes the interconnectedness of lives as well as advocating mutual care and respect among them.
Anthony Minghella's Oscar-winning romantic drama, based on the novel by Michael Ondaatje, starring Ralph Fiennes, Juliette Binoche, Kristin Scott Thomas, Willem Dafoe, Naveen Andrews, Kevin Whately, Colin Firth, Julian Wadham, Clive Merrison and Jurgen Prochnow.
Signatories include Michael Ondaatje, Rawi Hage, Shani Mootoo and Gabor Mate.
Christopher Ondaatje, it seems, has had as many lives as the great cats he loves to study and describe.
Lee Spinks's eponymous critical work on Michael Ondaatje spans most of his oeuvre and works well within the mandate of the Contemporary World Writers series, which is to publish books on "culturally diverse contemporary writers" that offer perspectives on their work that are not defined only by the postcolonial or the postmodern (series editor's foreword).
Ways of being free; authenticity and community in selected works of Rushdie, Ondaatje, and Okri.
Michael Ondaatje the Sri-Lankan-Canadian poet and novelist, who spoke on the first morning of the festival, is also a serious editor.
Michael Ondaatje received the Man Booker Prize for his 1992 novel The English Patient.