The Great Divide (novel)
The Great Divide is a historical novel by the Canadian writer Alan Sullivan, which was first published in 1935. It was a breakthrough work for Sullivan, and was very well received by critics. It depicts the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway in the Nineteenth century.
- McLeod p.74
- McLeod, Gordon Duncan. Essentially Canadian: The Life and Fiction of Alan Sullivan, 1868-1947. Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1982.
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