As a child, Maxley witnessed a scene of such violence and of such a nature that the evocation of Greek tragedy is inescapable. Now, years later we move through a single significant day in the grown Arthur Maxley's life, the day when he is to meet his father who has been absent for many years. With rare economy and clarity, the story moves at an ever-increasing pace to its unforgettable end.With rare economy and clarity, the story moves at an ever-increasing pace to its unforgettable end.
|Title||:||Nothing But the Night|
|Author||:||John Edward Williams|
|Publisher||:||University of Arkansas Press - 1990-01-01|