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|April 21, 2015

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Ramsay is a man twice born, a man who has returned from the hell of the battle-grave at Passchendaele in World War I decorated with the Victoria Cross, and destined to be caught in a no-man?s-land where memory, history and myth collide. As Ramsay tells his story,…

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Hunting Stuart , about an Ottawa civil servant's royal connection, and The Voice of the People , a one-act play about a letter to the editor, are among Robertson Davies' best plays.
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|September 1, 2015

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Hailed by the Washington Post Book World as "a modern classic," Robertson Davies?s acclaimed Deptford Trilogy is a glittering, fantastical, cunningly contrived series of novels, around which a mysterious death is woven. The Manticore?the second book in the series…
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|September 1, 2015

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Hailed by the Washington Post Book World as ?a modern classic,? Robertson Davies?s acclaimed Deptford Trilogy is a glittering, fantastical, cunningly contrived series of novels, around which a mysterious death is woven. World of Wonders ? the third book in the…
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|February 24, 2009

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The humour, irony, and wit of Stephen Leacock have never been shown to better advantage than in Literary Lapses , his first collection of comic writings. Within its pages are such classic stories as the man who is seized by fear as he opens a bank account; the…
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|January 25, 2012

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“Do you know the characteristic wine of Madeira?…I do not know whether Leacock ever drank Madeira himself – he was very much a Scotch-whisky man – but I enjoy Madeira greatly, and I never drink it without thinking of Leacock, who was sometimes dry, sometimes…