VAGABOND'S WAY by Doris Lesile

VAGABOND'S WAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An interesting, free-form biographical novel of the 15th century poet, Francois Villon, is told in sinewy, colorful prose. How much is fact is hard to say. As an imaginative recreation of a life and time, the book has pace and reality. Through a tumultuous life, the one staple was poetry, a passionate and alive commentary on Villon's times. The book's prose captures some of the raciness and bitterness of this poetry and it is absorbing and emotionally believable.

Pub Date: Sept. 14th, 1962
Publisher: Doubleday