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After Six Days

After Six Days

Set in the colourful, intense, competitive Montreal of the 1980s, Harrison's novel explores the efforts of two couples to reach beyond the boundaries of self. Their tangled relationships hang in precarious balance, with the individuals drifting towards confrontation and an awkward, though dramatic, reckoning. After Six Days is written in taut, contemporary prose, its short, explosive scenes alive with the authentic feeling of urban life now.
J. Keith Harrison was born in 1945 in Vancouver. A teacher at Dawson College, he studied at the University of British Columbia, Berkeley, and McGill and is the author of several books.

128 pages
Pub date: January 1, 1985