MP3: BloodLines

27.11.2013

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BloodLines MP3

Inspired by Lawrence Hill's CBC Massey Lectures, award-winning writers tell their stories. Heart-wrenching and gripping tales about love, family and the challenges posed by kinship, exclusion and belonging. Source: cbc.ca

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