Where the Sun Don't Shine
A gothic black comedy in dramatic form, this book tells the story of Latimer Davenport, an inept son of the Toronto establishment, sent out to do farm labor and learn about life the hard way. Along the way, he encounters train wrecks, fraud, miserly farmers, crime, murder, incest, suicide, fog, arson, brawls, blizzards, tramps, alcoholism, and insanity--and love.
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