Fifth business

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New American Library, 1971 - Fiction - 238 pages
219 Reviews
Fiction about the life of a Canadian school teacher named Dunstan Ramsay which contains dark currents of love, ambition, vengeance and death that flow through this powerful work, cast in the form of Ramsay's memoirs.

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What a great writer! - Goodreads
The writing was slow and repetitive. - Goodreads
Really, Really good story telling. - Goodreads
At first, I only liked this book for the prose. - Goodreads
The narrative voice was compelling, witty, interesting. - Goodreads
Practically perfect storytelling. - Goodreads

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A brilliantly conceived study of personal growth and lives touched by war, madness, horror, holiness and magic in the ordinary and extraordinary ways in which all our own lives are touched. Davies ... Read full review

Review: Fifth Business (The Deptford Trilogy #1)

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Best book I've read in a long time Read full review

Contents

one Mrs Dempster
9
Am Born Again
61
three My FoolSaint
98
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