The Last Butterfly

The Last Butterfly

by Michael Jacot
     
 

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The Last Butterfly: Beautiful and heartbreaking ... It is in the changing of one man ... that one finds the most moving movements of the novel, as Antonin, the hasbeen clown, becomes a kind of hero of the human spirit. (Publisher's Weekly)

There is a deftness and economy in Mr. Jacot's characterizations, and a sense of dread of such immediacy as to render the

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The Last Butterfly: Beautiful and heartbreaking ... It is in the changing of one man ... that one finds the most moving movements of the novel, as Antonin, the hasbeen clown, becomes a kind of hero of the human spirit. (Publisher's Weekly)

There is a deftness and economy in Mr. Jacot's characterizations, and a sense of dread of such immediacy as to render the novel all too memorable. (Saturday Review/World).

A simple unforgettable film unrolls before you as you read The Last Butterfly ... the horrors are implicit but hidden ... The happiness, the laughter, is as real as the despair. Ane more lasting. (Atlantic Monthly)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780889242319
Publisher:
Dundurn Press
Publication date:
05/01/1991
Pages:
212

Meet the Author

Michael Jacot is a Toronto writer and film-maker, with five novels, two stage plays, and numerous television and screen dramas to his credit. his film-maker's eye and dramatic sense illuminate his fine novels, Jacot's poignant novel, An Emerald for Iamanja, about the quixotic journey of a Brazilian street urchin, was published in 1990.

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