Journeyman

Journeyman

Travels of A Writer

Book - 2004
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TIMOTHY FINDLEY, a writer whose courage and imagination often led him into perilous fictional territory, was afraid of flying and often hated to travel. Yet he undertook all manner of journeys throughout his life--both real and imagined. Journeyman is a record of some of the voyages that inspired and informed Timothy Findley's award-winning fiction, non-fiction and theatrical works. Bill Whitehead, Findley's life partner, has carefully compiled and annotated a selection of Findley's many journal entries, letters, poems, speeches and articles. The result is a unique insight into a writer's mind, at times deeply personal and introspective, at others richly evocative of time and place. For all his many readers, Journeyman will be a welcome and lasting gift.
PREVIOUS EDITION: 0-00-200673-1

Publisher: Toronto : HarperPerennial Canada, 2004, c2003
ISBN: 9780006394747
0006394744
Branch Call Number: 819.354 Findl 3558
Characteristics: xiii, 320 p. :,ill
Additional Contributors: Whitehead, William 1931-

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