1869-1944 Stephen Leacock was the foremost literary humorist in North America from the end of the Edwardian era until the middle of World War II. In addition to his thirty-five volumes of humour, Leacock also wrote twenty-seven other books on history, biography, criticism, economics, and political science.
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Find a Grave: Stephen Leacock
Pictures of the writer, his grave site, and a memorial sign with brief biography, cemetery information, and interactive visitor comments.
Stephen Leacock Building
Description and pictures of the building, located on the campus of McGill University.
Stephen Leacock Museum
Biography, list of books, and description of the author's summer home. Also includes information on the Stephen Leacock Memorial Award for Humour.
Stephen Leacock: Humorist and Educator
Biography, chronology, quotations, and an overview of his work with samples. Also includes detailed looks at "Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town" and "Arcadian Adventures with the Idle Rich." From the National Library of Canada.
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