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Algonquin Elegy: Tom Thomson's Last Spring Paperback – Dec 2 2005

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Skip it Feb. 15 2014
By Michael L Thomas - Published on
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This is a strange and confusing book. I was looking for a biography of Tom Thomson. I should have read the blurb more carefully. This is a novel mixed with sections about Thomson. The author purports to separate fact from fiction regarding the circumstances surrounding Thompson's death, but he tries to do it with a book in which he mixes fact with his own fiction. It is sprinkled with typos and badly in need of editing. (How many times can you use the word "impressive" in a single sentence). If you are looking for facts about Thomson, try something else.