Capturing the 20th-century literary world, this collection of nonfiction work includes essays, reviews, and articles concerning the personalities and events between 1928 and 1990. Starting in the 1920s with Virginia Woolf and James Joyce, the reflections move through the decades covering everything from war propaganda to the life of a writer.
Morley Callaghan was a prolific writer of fiction and literary criticism and a friend to Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Ezra Pound.
"Over sixty years of wonderfully explorative and insightfully written essays by the master of belles letters." —Michael Keefer, The Globe and Mail