Item 1996. - TV Interview with Brian Fawcett on Canadian Living TV Show

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TV Interview with Brian Fawcett on Canadian Living TV Show

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  • [ca. 1997] (Creation)

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1 videocassette (ca. 10 min.)

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Video recording consists of a TV Interview with Brian Fawcett on Canadian Living TV Show for the promotion of his new book "The Disbeliever's Dictionary" shot at Dooney’s Café in Toronto where Fawcett does most of his writing in the café watching people go by. Fawcett talks about the book which takes a "disrespectful look" at life and society in Canada.

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  • English

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Part of the Brian Fawcett fonds

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