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Fifth Business 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…
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|October 13, 2015

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Winner of the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour, Leaven of Malice is the second novel in Robertson Davies's much-loved Salterton Trilogy, now part of the new Modern Classics series.      The following announcement appeared in the Salterton Evening…
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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…

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Woven around the pursuits of the energetic spirits and erudite scholars of the University of St. John and the Holy Ghost, this dazzling trilogy of novels lures the reader into a world of mysticism, historical allusion, and gothic fantasy that could only be the…

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Robertson Davies was a prolific playwright; a definitive collection of his plays would require several volumes. Included in this representative collection are some that have never been published for a wider audience, as well as various types of plays, from the…
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|October 13, 2015

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The debut novel that launched an astonishing literary career, Tempest-Tost is a magnificent display of Robertson Davies's legendary wit and the first novel in the Salterton Trilogy.      An amateur production of The Tempest provides a colourful…
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|October 13, 2015

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Now part of the beautiful new Modern Classics series, The Rebel Angels is the first book in the celebrated Cornish Trilogy by one of Canada's most beloved literary icons.      Gypsies, defrocked monks, mad professors, and wealthy eccentrics--a…
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|September 16, 2015

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William Robertson Davies was born in Thamesville, Ontario in 1913. He taught English at the University of Toronto and was an actor, journalist, and newspaper editor before winning acclaim as a novelist with Tempest-Tost, the first of his Salterton trilogy. His…
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|October 13, 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…
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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. World of Wonders —the third…
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|October 1, 2006

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The mysterious death of the Canadian magnate Boy Staunton—whose drowned body was found inside his car at the bottom of the port of Toronto—has traumatized his son David, who, as opposed to the police, is convinced his father was murdered. Wanting to rid…
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|October 13, 2015

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Called "an altogether remarkable creation, his most accomplished novel to date" ( The New York Times ), What's Bred in the Bone is the second book in Robertson Davies's beloved Cornish Trilogy.      Francis Cornish was always good at keeping…