Paul Hiebert

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Paul Gerhardt Hiebert (17 July 1892 — 6 September 1987) was a Canadian writer and humorist best known for his book Sarah Binks (1947), which was awarded the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour in 1948. A sequel, Willows Revisited was published in 1967.

Born in Pilot Mound, Manitoba, Hiebert was educated at the University of Manitoba, the University of Toronto, and McGill University. He was a professor of chemistry at the University of Manitoba. He died in 1987 in Carman, Manitoba.

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  • Sarah Binks (1947)
  • Tower in Siloam (1966)
  • Willows Revisited (1967)
  • Doubting Castle: A Spiritual Autobiography (1976)
  • For the Birds (1980)
  • Not as the Scribes (1984)

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