It’s Never Over

By Morley Callaghan

Completed in 1930 while the author was living in Paris—imbibing and boxing with James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway—this novel has violence at its core. The story opens with the hanging of an ex-World War I soldier for involuntary murder. First and foremost, though, it is a story of love—a love haunted by that hanging.
170 pages

Location: Toronto
# Fiction

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