"In these poems, Jonas effectively catches the paradoxes of love, neatly mocks the fragmentation of modern life, and is particularly telling in his evocation of the sense of alienation." —University of Toronto Quarterly
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George Jonas was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1935. Following the Hungarian uprising of 1956, he emigrated to Canada and worked for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as a script writer and a TV producer from 1962 to 1985. Since then he has been a freelance journalist, writer, and TV producer based in Toronto. He has contributed features, reviews, columns, poetry as well as aviation and motor-sport journalism to many Canadian periodicals and newspapers. He has also had a hand in writing, producing or directing over 200 dramas and documentary dramas for the CBC. Currently Jonas writes a syndicated weekly column for CanWest Publications, and is a weekly columnist for the National Post. He has written numerous books ranging from poetry to biographies to true crime books. His work has also been adapted into plays and movies.
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