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The Best of Barbara Kay, Vol. I: An accidental journalist's politically incorrect opinions about feminism, multiculturalism and other paving stones to hell [Kindle Edition]

Barbara Kay
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Book Description

In her columns on subjects ranging from Canadian literature to honour killings, Barbara Kay is sharp, provocative and never afraid to go against the conventional wisdom. This collection of her best work illustrates why she is one of the National Post's best-loved columnists.

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  • File Size: 232 KB
  • Print Length: 100 pages
  • Publisher: National Post (January 24, 2012)
  • Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0070XAZTQ
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,411,618 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Barbara Kay Is Awesome May 27, 2013
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This is an entertaining and informative selection of some of Barbara Kay's most relevant essays. Her writing style is refreshing in its clarity, and lack of professional bias. I would recommend this to anyone interested in gender, culture and society topics.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Do not buy August 5, 2013
By Skruby
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Barbara Kaye is a deranged pit bull hater. She is obsessed with an issue that she knows absolutely nothing about. I and millions of others own pit bulls because, well, we love pit bulls. There's no pit bull "culture" that she loves to talk about, there's no using the dog to attack people or other dogs, and they actually make the worst watch dogs if you raise them like most dog or raised. But stubborn Barbara refused to listen. And given her lack of credibility on this issue, as far as I'm concerned, she has no credibility on anything. Take the money you would have spent on this book and donate it to your local shelter.
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More About the Author

Barbara Kay graduated from the University of Toronto in Honours English Language and Literature in 1964. She attended McGill University's graduate school and received her M.A. in English Literature in 1966.

For many years, Barbara taught literature and composition at COncordia University and various Montreal cegeps. For 25 years she edited an annually-published creative writing anthology for high school students.

Since 2003, Barbara has been a weekly columnist for the National Post, writing frequently on the subject of misandry and fathers' rights.

Barbara's writing has also been published in in magazines such as the, C2C Journal Online, the New York Daily News, Campus Watch (online), Front Page Magazine (online), Pajamas Media (online), and the Prince Arthur Herald, a widely-read campus online journal of conservative thought on whose board she is has been a governor since its inception 5 years ago.

Barbara is a regular guest on a number of radio talk shows.

In 2010 Barbara was a speaker at Moses Znaimer's IdeaCity, speaking on the theme of "honour-motivated violence".

In 2012, Barbara published, with Aruna Papp, Aruna's memoir: Unworthy Creature: A Punjabi daughter's memoir of Honour, Shame and Love. In 2013 Barbara published her own collection of original and never-before published reviews and talks: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: A Cultural Memoir and other essays.

Barbara is a Woodrow Wilson Fellow (1964)
Barbara is the recipient of the National Coalition of Men's 2009 award for gender fairness in journalism.
In 2013 Barbara was awarded Canada's Diamond Jubilee medal for excellence in journalism.


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