Book Review of The Story of Lillian Burke by Edward Langille

Book Review The Story of Lillian Burke July 18 with added pic Montessori School

The Story of Lillian Burke by Edward Langille is available on Amazon and in Antigonish at the 5c to $1 Store on Main Street.  Read Dorothy Lander’s review written for HARP through the lens of the art-medicine movement.

One Reply to “Book Review of The Story of Lillian Burke by Edward Langille”

  1. Dorothy Lander

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zC48Mp-wO5A&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR1uX87fGC4w3miEKYG9TaYXC2a4T_nKPxQvUhCCug1_mX8F3lXXsgszIZ8

    This documentary film by another writer/researcher/professor at St. Francis Xavier University, Dr. Corinne Cash explores the challenges and opportunities for economic community development in Cheticamp. The loss of the ground fishery, gypsum mining alongside the preservation of Acadian culture in theatre and music and the possibilities for Asset-Based Community Development. It does not mention the cultural heritage of the Cheticamp rug-hookers, which are a focus of Edward Langille’s The Story of Lillian Burke, and the importance of this cottage industry for economic community development in the Depression Years.

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