By Ernest Buckler
The Mountain and the Valley is an affectionate portrait of David Canaan, a delicate boy who turns into more and more conscious of the adaptation that units him except his family members and his neighbours. David's wish to write is the key that provides this haunting tale its precise concentration and its poignant theme.
Set within the years top as much as international battle II and opposed to the backdrop of the Annapolis Valley's typical good looks, The Mountain and the Valley captures a tender man's non secular awakening and the slow development of creative imaginative and prescient.
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