The stone angel
It is the late 1960s, and Hagar Shipley's days are drawing to an end. In the course of an afternoon, Hagar's life unfolds: her childhood in a small prairie town, her Scottish immigrant father, the tumultuous relationship with her now-estranged husband, her sons, and their partners. Based on the novel by Margaret Lawrence.
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