Never Cry Wolf | Critical Essay by Gavin Maxwell

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Critical Essay by Pat Barclay

In common with the majority of his previous works, The Snow Walker provides Mowat with a convenient platform from which to expound his passionately held convictions about the North and its people, but it also proves, to this reviewer's satisfaction at any rate, that Farley Mowat can be counted among the top story-tellers writing in Canada today.

There are nine short stories in The Snow Walker, each of which plays some variation on the general theme of character in conflict with environment, and two non-fictional pieces which are used to introduce and conclude them. (p. 129)

[The] concluding piece in The Snow Walker, "Dark Odyssey of Soosie", is vintage Mowat…. In it he documents the true and tragic story of a group of Eskimo families whom the Canadian government and the Hudson's Bay Company shunted from one bleak and hopeless...

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