Figures On A Wharf

By Wayne Tefs

Figures On A Wharf
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A middle-aged professor falls in love with a student, resulting in the disintegration of his marriage. A sophisticated, ironic retelling of the classic triangle story. What becomes apparent is the way real relationships form and break.


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A middle-aged professor falls in love with a student, resulting in the disintegration of his marriage. A sophisticated, ironic retelling of the classic triangle story. What becomes apparent is the way real relationships form and break.

Wayne Tefs

Wayne Tefs was born in Winnipeg and grew up in northwestern Ontario. He has edited a number of anthologies and published eight novels and a work of non-fiction. His novel Moon Lake received the Margaret Laurence Award for 2000 and his novel won the 2007 McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award. He lives in Winnipeg with his wife and son.

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