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Donald Lamont Jack (December 6, 1924 - c. June 2, 2003) was a Canadian humour writer. He was born in Redcliffe in England and grew up in Britain, serving in the RAF in the Second World War. After the war he emigrated to Canada and became a writer. He wrote for the stage, radio, and television, but he is most famous for his novels, especially the Bandy Papers which recount the humourous adventures of Bartholomew Bandy, a WWI fighter pilot.


Three Cheers for Me - 1962 (Winner of the 1963 Stephen Leacock Award)
Exit Muttering - 1972
That's Me in the Middle - 1973 (Winner of the 1974 Stephen Leacock Award)
Its Me Again - 1975
Sinc, Betty and the Morning Man - 1977
Me Bandy, You Cissie - 1979 (Winner of the 1980 Stephen Leacock Award)
Rogues, Rebels, and Geniuses: The Story of Canadian Medicine - 1981
Me Too - 1983
This One's On Me - 1987
Me So Far - 1989
Hitler Versus Me: The Return of Bartholomew Bandy - 1996
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