The fabulous summer of 1929 and the literary capital of North America had moved to the Left Bank of Paris. Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, James Joyce, Ford Madox Ford, Robert McAlmon . . . told in Callaghan’s lucid, compassionate prose.
Morley Callaghan is the author of It's Never Over, The New Yorker Stories, Strange Fugitive, Such Is My Beloved, and The Vow. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature and the Canadian Governor General's Award for Fiction. He died in 1990.
"If there is a better story writer in the world we don't know where he is." “The New York Times
"His unobtrusive art is more subtle and his intelligence more mature than those of either [Hemingway or Fitzgerald]. Callaghan's book will surprise and shock the Hemingway fans." “Edmund Wilson