For Canada's sesquicentennial I decided to read Can Lit classics. Here is a crowd-sourced list of suggestions in case anyone wants to join me. The only parameters were they had to be written by a Canadian and at least 20 years old. #books #Canada150
  1. "The Watch that Ends the Night" by Hugh MacLennan
  2. "Barometer Rising" by Hugh MacLennan
  3. "Double Hook" by Sheila Watson
  4. "In the Skin of a Lion" by Michael Ondaatje
  5. "Fugitive Pieces" by Anne Michaels
  6. "Lunatic Villas" by Marian Engel
  7. "Bear" by Marian Engel
  8. "Pandora" by Sylvia Fraser
  9. "Solomon Gursky Was Here" by Mordecai Richler
  10. "Barney's Version" by Mordecai Richler
  11. "The Wars" by Timothy Findlay
  12. "A Fine Balance" by Rohinton Mistry
  13. "The Handmaid's Tale" by Margaret Atwood
  14. "Alias Grace" by Margaret Atwood
  15. "The Favourite Game" by Leonard Cohen
  16. "Stone Angel" by Margaret Laurence
  17. "The Afterlife of George Cartwight" by John Steffler
  18. "Cereus Blooms at Night" by Shani Mootoo
  19. "Funny Boy" by Shyam Selvadurai
  20. "Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town" by Stephen Leacock
  21. "Fall on Your Knees" by Anne Marie Macdonald
  22. "Swamp Angel" by Ethel Wilson
  23. "Mad Shadows" by Marie-Claire Blaise
  24. "A Whale for the Killing" by Farley Mowat
  25. "As for Me and My House" by Sinclair Ross
  26. Anything by Alice Munro!
  27. "Green Grass, Running Water" by Thomas King
  28. "Cabbagetown" by Hugh Garner
  29. "The Weekend Man" by Richard B. Wright
  30. "Stone Diaries" by Carol Shields
  31. "Swan" by Carol Shields
  32. "Logan in Overtime" by Paul Quarrington
  33. Robertson Davies
  34. "Life Among the Qallunaat" by Mini Aodla Freeman