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Lost in the barrens is a children's novel by farley mowat, first published in 1956 some editions used the title two against the north it won governor general's.
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Originally published in 1956, lost in the barrens is one of the earliest of farley mowat's numerous publications it was the winner of the. [APSNIP--]