Hear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place by Malcolm. Lowry
(Milestones in Canadian Literature)

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Seven stories and novellas by a master of twentieth-century fiction
For fans of the novel Under the Volcano, this collection of stories—many of them published for the first time posthumously—provides great insight into the author’s genius. The stories range from heartfelt tragedy to exuberant triumph. In the novella “Through the Panama,” a burned-out, alcoholic writer tries to make sense of the literature that has kept him afloat while the pulse of his life grows harder to distinguish. In “The Forest Path to Spring,” a couple that has survived hell finds new life in the seclusion of a vast forest. And in “The Bravest Boat,” a young boy sends a message across the ocean to an unknown recipient. Together, these stories reveal a writer who traveled widely, observed keenly, and maintained an engrossing literary style that still reverberates today.

About Malcolm. Lowry

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Nicholas Bradley is an Associate Professor in English at the University of Victoria. He specializes in Canadian literature, American literature, contemporary poetry, and environmental criticism.
Published November 6, 2012 by Open Road Media. 371 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Lowry, Cambridge graduate and seaman, published in 1947 the brilliant, complex, critically acclaimed the .

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