A NovelBook - 1976
Lou's imagination is soon overtaken by the estate's historical occupants, whose fascination with bear lore becomes her own. Irresistibly, Lou is led along a path of emotional and sexual self-discovery, as she explores the limits of her own animal nature through her bizarre and healing relationship with the bear.
A daring and compelling novel, Marian Engel's Bear won the Governor General's Award for 1976.
From Library Staff
Peyton_ Dec 23, 2018
“Bear” is a controversial piece of Canadian literature. It is set on a remote island in Ontario where a woman is trying to find items of historical significance in a unique house. Her other task is to take care of the pet bear that resides in a cabin behind the house. Marian Engel takes this narr... Read More »