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Author: Hugh MacLennan
ISBN: 0773524894
Language: English
Pages: 222 pages
Category: History & Criticism
Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press; 1 edition (December 30, 1899)
Rating: 4.3
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Each man’s son was driven by the daemon of his own hope and imagination–by his energy or by his fear–to unknown destinations. In every direction at once.

Each man’s son was driven by the daemon of his own hope and imagination–by his energy or by his fear–to unknown destinations. For those who stayed behind, the beast continued to growl behind the unlocked door. Daniel Ainslie was one of those who stayed. In the year 1913 he considered himself a freethinker, a man who was proud because he had neither run away nor sought a new belief in himself through hard liquor. But he did not know–how many of us can understand such a thing–that every day of his life was haunted by a sense of sin, a legacy of the ancient curse.

Hugh Maclennan n the gym, so he got up and we. .

Hugh Maclennan n the gym, so he got up and went downstairs and ate a large meal. In the dining room it was easier to think about what he wanted to say to Mollie. The words formed themselves carefully in his head. But after dinner, when he reached the desk in his room again, the pieces of white hotel stationery daunted him. Finally he thought about Mollie’s neat, lithe legs and before he could.

In Each Man’s Son, his fourth novel, Hugh MacLennan returns to his native Cape Breton to present life in a small mining community

In Each Man’s Son, his fourth novel, Hugh MacLennan returns to his native Cape Breton to present life in a small mining community. Dr. Daniel Ainslie, who ministers to the rough miners, yearns for a son, which he can never have. He comes to love young Alan MacNeil, the son of Mollie MacNeil and her absent husband, Archie, who deserted his family several years before to seek In Each Man’s Son, his fourth novel, Hugh MacLennan returns to his native Cape Breton to present life in a small mining community.

Each Man's Son is the fourth novel by Canadian writer Hugh MacLennan

Each Man's Son is the fourth novel by Canadian writer Hugh MacLennan. First published in 1951 by Macmillan of Canada, it takes place in a coal mining town on Cape Breton, Nova Scotia just before the First World War. Mollie MacNeil and her son Alan, miss Archie (Mollie's husband) who is away in the United States trying to make a living as a professional boxer.

Hugh MacLennan, Alec Lucas. In Each Man's Son, his fourth novel, Hugh MacLennan returns to his native Cape Breton to present life in a small mining community. He comes to love young Alan MacNeil, the son of Mollie MacNeil and her absent husband, Archie, who deserted his family several years before to seek his fortune as a professional fighter. Now Archie returns, bitter and defeated, to wreak tragedy on his community.

In Each Man's Son, his fourth novel, Hugh MacLennan returns to his native Cape Breton to present life in a small mining community. Daniel Ainslie, who ministers to the rough miners, yearns for a son, which he can never have

In Each Man's Son, his fourth novel, Hugh MacLennan returns to his native Cape Breton to present life in a small mining community.

Each man's son. by. MacLennan, Hugh, 1907-1990. Author's note" (. ix) signed Hugh MacLennan. RBSC copy: Original paperback with illustrated covers. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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