The watch that ends the night: a novel

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Macmillan, 1975 - Canadian fiction - 373 pages
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Review: The Watch that Ends the Night

User Review  - Sherilyn - Goodreads

MacLennan is unarguably one of Canada's best ever authors. His prose is brilliant. In this book it felt like he was working out his own journey, his beliefs on life, love, politics, and God. I'll admit I skimmed some of the more philosophical narrative, but I did enjoy the story. Read full review

Review: The Watch that Ends the Night

User Review  - Andrius Ledas - Goodreads

Written at the time of MacLennan's wife's terminal illness, this book is both a carpe diem and a great Canadian translation of Faust's "stop moment, you are so beautiful". Read full review

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