[an error occurred while processing this directive]Ask a question or
Order this book

Browse our books
Search our books
Book dealer info

Title: Since Daisy Creek
Description: Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1984. First Edition. Hardcover. ISBN: 0771598173. Tight bright unmarked book in lightly rubbed DJ; 277 pages; Colin Dobbs, a salty-tongued professor, is recovering in a hospital bed. In a review of his past, we learn about the grizzly hunt that went wrong – and how his life has changed since the incident at Daisy Creek. But the really central issues of his life emerge as Dobbs is prodded back to health by his estranged daughter. Gradually, as he learns to face the world – and his students – again, we come to see the deep disappointments that led him on his strange quest up Daisy Creek, where Archie Nicotine saved his life.. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket .

Keywords: 0771598173 United States World Literature Literature & Fiction Books British Contemporary Mitchell, W.O.

Price: US$ 12.00 Seller: B-Line Books
- Book number: 22801

See more books from our catalog: Fiction Canada

[an error occurred while processing this directive]