Book Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket
Publisher: Kent, OH: The Kent State University Press, 1985.
Edition in Fine condition in a Fine dust-jacket.
Demanding, opinionated, and fiercely independent, Hawthorne was never a patient person. When he met Calvin, however, he found a kindred spirit who shared his passion for writing. The two men formed a close bond, and Hawthorne dedicated many of his great works to Calvin. But as their friendship grew, Hawthorne began to see that there was something very different about Calvin. In the end, Hawthorne was forced to confront the fact that his friend was a virtual stranger-a man who could never truly understand him.; Folio ; 359 pages; TBC;.