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A List

The Honeyman Festival

A Novel

Written by Marian Engel • Introduction by Caroline Adderson

Published August 23, 2014 | ISBN 9781770898318

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Regular price $14.95 CAD

184 pages | 8.5 in × 5.5 in
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About this book

The Honeyman Festival

A Novel

A List

Marian Engel • Caroline Adderson

First published in 1970, The Honeyman Festival chronicles one night in the life of Minn Burge, a woman in her mid-thirties who is torn between affection for her family and the need for a life in which impulse and intelligence can once again find play.

Pregnant with her fourth child, and unable to take refuge in facile resolutions, Minn interrogates her life with a razor-edge passion in which many readers will find they too are involved.

This groundbreaking novel by one of Canada’s most beloved novelists is now available in a beautifully packaged A List edition, featuring an introduction by novelist and short story writer Caroline Adderson.

About the Creators

Marian Engel

Marian Engel was a Canadian novelist. Engel's best-known novel is Bear, which won the Governor General’s Literary Award for Fiction in 1976. She was made an Officer of the Order of Canada in 1982. Marian Engel died in Toronto in 1985.

Caroline Adderson

Caroline Adderson is an award-winning author of books for young readers and adults. She is the author of the picture books Norman, Speak! (illustrated by Qin Leng) and I Love You One to Ten (illustrated by Christina Leist), as well as the Jasper John Dooley and Izzy series. Her middle-grade books include Middle of Nowhere, A Simple Case of Angels and The Mostly True Story of Pudding Tat, Adventuring Cat. She has won the Sheila Egoff Award, the Chocolate Lily Book Award and the Diamond Willow Award, among many other honors. For more information, see