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Something frantic happens. Not again. We can't. But they do. Here is the prairie
sprinter, dressed in leather, standing by a motorcycle. Here are a father and son.
You have seen them before. They stand, in skates, on a backyard rink, their
hockey sticks held like pilgrims' staves while a host of other boys surround them.
Here are a mother and daughter, circa 1938. They are seated side by side on a
bench in a park somewhere. The mother wears a small, neat hat and a formal suit
of some ...
Blue is Mother's colour, not mine. Except in bikes, he thought — and then, at last:
"WHERE IS HE?" Mi lied. "There must be some kind of meeting," she said. "Why
can't he phone and say so?" "It's all right, darling. Please." She glanced at Bonnie
. Don't upset your sister. Matthew turned away. "Thanks for the sweater," he said.
And: "thanks for the crayons." Then he went up to his room and closed the door.
At nine, some car doors slammed and Graeme came home. He was not alone.
as she was playing Steven's mother. In that capacity, Sylvia could be a lot of fun
— providing them with home-made hot dogs, just like the ones at the Ex, and
letting them sit up late to hear "The Shadow" on the radio. But when she wasn't
playing Steven's mother, she went out dancing with other people's husbands.
Including Graeme. More than likely. Why else have his picture on her dressing-
table? Also — why else hide it, next time Matthew came to stay overnight? Gone
— until he ...
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LibraryThing ReviewAvis d'utilisateur - lkernagh - LibraryThing
Timothy Findley blew me away with his skill of story telling when I read The Last of the Crazy People last year. He did not disappoint me with this one. The story starts out in our time period as a ... Consulter l'avis complet
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absolutely amazing. heartbreaking, beautiful, sublime. more complete review to come. Consulter l'avis complet
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