From an early age, Jonathan Hullah developed a€ua high degree of cunninga€ in concealing what his true nature might be. He kept himself on the outside, watching and noticing, most often in the company of those who bore watching. As the cunning man takes us through his own long and ardent life, chronicling his varied adventures in the worlds of theatre, art, and music, in the Canadian Army during World War II, and in the doctor's consulting room, his preoccupation is not with sorrow but with the comedic canvas of life. Robertson Davies intertwines language and story, as perhaps never before, to offer us profound truths about being human.
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