Offering an intimate portrait of the last years of Sinclair Ross's often beleaguered life, this elegant account of an artist in declinecrippled by Parkinson's Disease and a sense of failure, attracted to suicide and his own sexual revelationsleads readers to a new biographical reading of one of Canada's most acclaimed novels, As for Me and My House. As a homosexual, Sinclair Ross grew up behind his own false front on the prairies, developing after the war into a more cosmopolitan man than previously imagined.
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About the Author
Keath Fraser is the author of numerous books, including Foreign Affairs, for which he won the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize, and The Voice Gallery: Travels with a Glass Throat. He was friends with Sinclair Lewis for more than 25 years.