Bonnie Burnard

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Bonnie Burnard
Born Bonnie Burnard
January 15, 1945
Petrolia, Ontario
Occupation novelist & short story writer
Nationality Canadian
Notable work(s) A Good House; Suddenly

Bonnie Burnard (born January 15, 1945 in Petrolia, Ontario) is a Canadian novelist.

She grew up in Forest, Ontario, lived much of her life in Saskatchewan, and now lives in London, Ontario.[1][2]

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In 1989, Women of Influence won the Commonwealth Writers' Prize for a first novel. In 1995, she was awarded the Marian Engel Award, and in 1999, she won the Giller Prize for her novel, A Good House.[3]

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