The Weekend Man:  A Novel
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Published (first published 1970)
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Some isolated beautiful passages, but this piece is more about philosophy than plot. The central conflict is not as well crafted as it is in Adultery or October. I continue to think of this man as a favourite writer no matter how faint this praise may be.
Humorous look at an unambitious man. Well written like most of Wright's novels.
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i didn't think i was going to like but i did...very well written
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Richard B. Wright is a Canadian novelist.

Born in Midland, Ontario, Wright attended Trent University, from which he graduated in 1970. He is the author of 13 published novels and two children's books. Many of his older novels were out of print, but were republished after his novel Clara Callan won three of Canada's major literary awards in 2001: the Giller Prize; the Trillium Book Award; and the Go...more
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