Betty Lambert Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 6 pages of information about the life of Betty Lambert.
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Dictionary of Literary Biography on Betty Lambert

Betty Lambert, who wrote in several genres, is best known as a dramatist. Born in Calgary, Alberta, in 1933, she was the oldest of Christopher and Bessie Copper Lee's three daughters. As Elizabeth Minnie Lee, she grew up in Calgary, graduating from high school in 1951; she soon moved to Vancouver where she graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1957. Before she joined the English Department at Simon Fraser University as an instructor and charter member of that new university in 1965, she had taken a year of graduate work at the University of British Columbia, married Frank Lambert (1952), given birth to a daughter, divorced (1962), and held a variety of odd jobs, besides doing free-lance writing for the CBC. She had been writing poems and stories as well as radio material since her Calgary days. When she died in 1983 in Burnaby, British Columbia, she was an associate professor specializing in...

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