Young Hunting: A Memoir

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ECW Press, Oct 31, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
Taking inspiration from John Glassco s Memoirs of Montparnasse, Young Hunting is both a story of discovery and transformation. While Toronto changes around him, from a puritanical British colonial outpost to a mixing bowl filled with colourful cultural components, a young boy emerges from his middle class childhood to become a flamboyant adolescent a questioning adult who refuses to accept conventional wisdom. The Toronto of the 40s and 50s is often painted as the epitome of dull convention but this was clearly not Martin Hunter s experience. The child
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
The Boys in the Tower
Going Down Home
The Rebels of Golfdale Road
A Tenderfoot in Gotham
The Remarkable Mrs G
The Bells of Hell
Culture Clash
Making the Debs List
Sea Legs
Trooping Through the Groves of Academe
Working Man Blues
Auld Lang Syne
Away Down in Blighty
Sevillana
The Road Forks

Rivals

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About the author (2008)

Martin Hunter is the former artistic director of Hart House Theatre at the University of Toronto. He has written for several magazines and produced a number of programs for CBC radio and is the author of Romancing the Bard. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.