Timothy Findley

February 1996
Quill & Quire;Feb96, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p10
Pays tribute to writer Robertson Davies of Canada who also loved theater. Admiration of Davies for English actor-manager John Martin-Harvey; Davies' image of Martin-Harvey; Meeting of the author with Davies in Toronto, Ontario-based Four Seasons Hotel and at Massey College; Public memorial service for Davies in Toronto.


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