Arts and entertainment, Biography, Fine arts biography, Women biography, Canadian biography, Canadian non-fiction
A combination of historical research and fictionalized accounts of five key periods in the life of Canadian artist and writer Emily Carr, that attempts to discover how and why she became a national icon. The book touches on issues of… feminism, colonialism, native-white relations, and art, presented in the context of legal and illegal events shaping the fate of BC's native peoples. Crean attempts to discover Carr's true attitude to native culture and to explore not her famous eccentricities but her work. 2001.