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In the morning, when Jung heard that Pilgrim had spoken in his sleep, he asked
Kessler to find a cot like his own and set it up at the foot of Pilgrim's bed. "I shall
stay here tonight," he said, "and we shall hope that he speaks again." In the ...
His accountings of various — shall we say — episodes in his life. And when you
said ..." She pushed her uneaten grapefruit away. "When you asked me if I had
ever heard Mister Pilgrim speak of someone whose name was Angelo, I said no.
"You haven't answered my question," he said. "Question?" "Concerning the
journals, and the possibility of my seeing them. If I am to cure iVIister Pilgrim ..." "
Nobody asked for a cure, Doctor Jung. I asked for your help. I asked you to help
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LibraryThing ReviewAvis d'utilisateur - gypsysmom - LibraryThing
Canada (and the world) lost a great writer when Timothy Findley died. Each time I read one of his books I am struck anew at what an interesting and varied writer he was. This book, written in 1999, is ... Consulter l'avis complet
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Immortal or madman? A story that mixes history, memory and madness with hints of the myth of the Wandering Jew. Findley brilliantly blends history and fiction. I was revetted by Pilgrim's story. The ... Consulter l'avis complet