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Joan Clark BA, D.Litt. (hon.) (née MacDonald) (born 12 October 1934) is a Canadian fiction author. Born in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Clark spent her youth in Nova ...

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Joan Elisabeth Lowther Murray, MBE (née Clarke; 24 June 1917 – 4 September 1996) was an ... Jump to search. Not to be confused with Joan Clark.

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Joan Clark is the author of the novels Latitudes of Melt, The Victory of Geraldine Gull and Eiriksdottir, as well as two short story collections and several ...

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Joan F. Clark, CPA PC. 46400 Benedict Drive; Suite 203; Sterling, VA 20164. Telephone: (703) 444-9394; Fax: (703) 444-0813; Email: joan@jfccpa.com.

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Joan Clark's Palais Aromaetica-- Home of Aromatherapist/Perfumer Joan Clark, and the Pet Alchemist, Magdalene, Chakra, Aroma*Essentials/Aroma*Woman ...

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Joan Clark is a St. John's-based novelist. She won the Marian Engel Award in 1991 for her body of work.

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Joan Clark is the author of the novels Latitudes of Melt, The Victory of Geraldine Gull and Eiriksdottir, as well as two short story collections and several...