Fair Liberty's Call

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Coach House Press, 1995 - Fiction - 79 pages
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After the American Revolution, a Loyalist family which fled to Canada holds a party. The family is joined by a stranger whom they assume to be a Loyalist. The stranger, however, turns out to be a Revolutionary and at gunpoint demands justice for the death of his brother. He gives the Loyalists until dawn to choose one of their number for execution. The party debates which one of them is least worthy to live. A play by a Canadian.

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