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Murther And Walking Spirit
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|November 1, 2011

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'I was never so amazed in my life as when the Sniffer drew his concealed weapon from its case and struck me to the ground, stone dead.' So begins the story of Connor 'Gil' Gilmartin when he catches his wife in flagrante with the Sniffer, his former colleague…
The Manticore
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|March 31, 2006

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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…
Modern Classics: A Mixture Of Frailties
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|September 19, 2006

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A Mixture of Frailties, the third volume of Robertson Davies Salterton Trilogy, is his first extended engagement with one of the great neuroses of Canadian culture: Canada's artistic relationship to Europe, and particularly to Britain.
World Of Wonders
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|October 13, 2015

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World of Wonders is the third novel in Robertson Davies’s celebrated Deptford Trilogy, which began with Fifth Business and The Manticore . Called “a spectacular, soaring work, an astounding tour de force unequaled in recent literature,” it is…
Manticore
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|January 1, 1999

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A Mixture Of Frailties
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|October 13, 2015

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A literary classic from one of Canada's greatest storytellers, A Mixture of Frailties is the vivid and moving conclusion to the Salterton Trilogy.      A Mixture of Frailties is Robertson Davies's first extended engagement with one of the great…
Modern Classics Selected Works On The Art Of Writing
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|March 11, 2008

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Robertson Davies wrote in most forms: plays, novels, diaries, articles, book reviews, play reviews, editorials, children’s and adult short stories (including ghost stories), television plays, libretti, an oratorio, poems, and speeches. The greater part of…
A Masque of Mr. Punch
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|January 1, 1963

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The enthusiasm of Robertson Davies for the spirit of Mr Punch has taken witty form in this entertainment which Dr Davies wrote for the Preparatory School boys of Upper Canada College, Toronto. The incidents associated with the traditional Punch Show are all here,…
Fortune, My Foe and Eros at Breakfast

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Robertson Davies has been called the most important Canadian playwright of the postwar period. These two plays from the 1940s prove that great writing and important themes never go out of style.
Modern Classics: World Of Wonders
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|June 28, 2005

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This is the third novel in Davies's major work, The Deptford Trilogy. This novel tells the life story of the unfortunate boy introduced in Fifth Business, who was spirited away from his Canadian home by one of the members of a traveling side show, the Wanless…
LIRE ET ECRIRE
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Novelist, playwright, and journalist, Robertson Davies is one of Canada's best-known writers internationally. He grew up in Kingston, Ontario, where he later attended Queen's University. In 1938, he received a B.Litt. from Oxford, and then joined the Old Vic…
Modern Classics: Tempest-tost
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|September 19, 2006

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No other Canadian novelist is lauded and read as widely outside his homeland as Robertson Davies. His characters fascinate, and his gentle, graceful style makes no demands on the reader. His civilized prose should read well aloud--indeed, Davidson helps one hear…