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A list of some of Canadian writer Farley Mowat's best-known works

Master storyteller Farley Mowat wrote more than 40 fiction and non-fiction works. Here are some of the prolific Canadian author's best-known books:

"People of the Deer" (1952)

"The Regiment" (1955)

"Lost in the Barrens" (1956)

"Two Against the North" (1956)

"The Dog Who Wouldn't Be" (1957)

"The Desperate People" (1957)

"The Grey Seas Under" (1958)

"The Serpent's Coil" (1961)

"Owls in the Family" (1962)

"Never Cry Wolf" (1963)

"The Black Joke" (1963)

"Westviking: The Ancient Norse in Greenland and North America" (1965)

"Curse of the Viking Grave" (1966)

"The Polar Passion: The Quest for the North Pole" (1967)

"Canada North" (1967)

"The Boat Who Wouldn't Float" (1969)

"Sibir: My Discovery of Siberia" (1970)

"The Siberians" (1970)

"A Whale for the Killing (1972)

"Wake of the Great Sealers" (1973)

"The Snow Walker" (1975)

"Canada North Now: The Great Betrayal" (1976)

"And No Birds Sang" (1979)

"Sea of Slaughter" (1984)

"My Discovery of America" (1985)

"Woman in the Mists" (1987)

"Virunga: The Passion of Dian Fossey" (1987)

"Rescue the Earth!: Conversations with the Green Crusaders" (1990)

"Born Naked" (1993)

"Aftermath: Travels in a Post-War World" (1995)

"The Farfarers" (1998)

"Walking on the Land" (2000)

"High Latitudes: A Northern Journey" (2002)

"No Man's River" (2004)

"Pottersfield Nation: East of Canada" (2004)

"Bay of Spirits" (2006)

"Otherwise" (2008)

"Eastern Passage" (2010)

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