BORDER COUNTRY by  Williams

BORDER COUNTRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A warm, self contained novel deals with the search for an identity in an Matthew Price, as a boy, left the village to become a university brings him home where both he and the reader are life as a railway signalman, a countryman, and perhaps, has happened to Harry Price, yet all of it, as Throughout a domestic crisis, the Railroad fields, Harry has stayed with his own ideal family and fields, and almost wholly self The dialogues between reserved, life-long the practical business of bookkeeping, gardening, and individual respect, and small wonder that the son Matthew his father's death. But because this is a serious-feeling and intelligent , it is also disturbing. Such pastoral communities may be but everyone but how, nowadays, can one choose to slip over the As a novel it is moving, however limited it may be by its background and argument.

Pub Date: April 22nd, 1962
ISBN: 1902638816
Publisher: Horizon