Scott, (Robert James) Munroe

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SCOTT, (Robert James) Munroe

SCOTT, (Robert James) Munroe. Canadian, b. 1927. Genres: Novels, Plays/Screenplays. Career: Crawley Films Ltd., Ottawa, Ontario, staff writer, 1950-57; free-lance writer, 1957-. Artist in residence at University of Guelph, winter, 1974. Publications: McClure: The China Years (biography), 1977; McClure: The Years of Challenge (biography), 1979; Waltz for a Pagan Drum (novel), 1988; From Nation to Colony (political essays), 1988; Oh, Vulgar Wind (non-fiction), 1994. PLAYS: Wu-Feng (two-act), 1974; Shylock's Treasure (three-act), 1978; The Devil's Petition (two-act), 1981; Mc- Clure (two-act), 1986; Corpus Delectable (two-act), 1995. Address: 1457 Sherwood Cres., Peterborough, ON, Canada K9J 6T6.