A Mixture of Frailties
A literary classic from one of Canada's greatest storytellers, A Mixture of Frailties is the vivid and moving conclusion to the Salterton Trilogy.
A Mixture of Frailties is Robertson Davies's first extended engagement with one of the great neuroses of Canadian culture: the former colony's artistic relationship with Europe, and particularly with Britain.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - AJBraithwaite - LibraryThing
Enjoyed this book, though not as much as Leaven of Malice. I never felt entirely sympathetic towards Monica (what on earth did she see in Giles Revelstoke?) and would have liked to have spent more ... Read full review
A MIXTURE OF FRAILTIESUser Review - Kirkus
The town of Salterton, Canada (some may remember its Little Theatre comedy- Tempest-Tost- Rinehart-1952) again is the scene of considerable dismay after the death of imperious Mrs. Bridgetower, whose ... Read full review