- The novel tells of Andrew Goderich, failed academic and unemployed philosopher, and of his crisis and rebirth through hardship and service. At a loose end at the outbreak of war in an Ottawa electric with activity, he is galvanized into a purposefulness as a result of an unexpected meeting with representatives of the RCMP, the Department of External Affairs, and Canadian Jewry, who make him an offer he can't refuse.
HUGH HOOD is one of Canada's foremost novelists and essaysists.
Published: January 1982
Dimensions: 6 x 9 in.