Robertson Davies: man of myth
At age 81, with eleven novels and countless other works of astonishing depth behind him, Robertson Davies is considered one of the 20th century's most beloved novelists. In this extensive biography, Grant covers Davies' childhood, relationships, journalism, passion for the theater, and his 20 years as a Master of Toronto's Massey College. of photos.
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