|Title:||The Caribou Hut: The Story of a Newfoundland Hostel|
|Publisher:||The Ryerson Press|
|Tags:||Canadiana, history, Newfoundland, non-fiction|
This is a history of the wartime hostel the Caribou Hut in St. John's, Newfoundland, which was created to restore order to a city thrown into upheaval by the influx of soldiers and sailors from many allied countries. The book describes how the Second World War affected the city of St. John's, and provides a glimpse into the lives of the men who stayed at the Caribou Hut and the many people who volunteered there giving of themselves to make those staying at the hostel feel at home. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Duley, Margaret
Margaret Duley (1894-1968) was a Newfoundland author. She was born in St. John's where she spent much of her life. She rarely travelled around Newfoundland but she evidently had an opinion of that life because several of her novels are based in that culture. "Eyes of the Gull" relates a tale of a woman stuck in an outport and yearns to escape a dreary existence to an idyllic place in Spain. During the Second World War she helped run a hostel in St. John's for allied servicemen. This is the basis of her book "The Caribou Hut". (Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature)
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