The Man Who Cried

by Catherine Cookson

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There are men who can at times be stirred by the power and conflict of their own emotions to the point of shedding tears. Such a man was Abel Mason. Unhappily married to the shrewish Lena, he sought release in a love affair that soon ended in brutal tragedy. Abel left home, taking with him his young.....more


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There are men who can at times be stirred by the power and conflict of their own emotions to the point of shedding tears. Such a man was Abel Mason. Unhappily married to the shrewish Lena, he sought release in a love affair that soon ended in brutal tragedy. Abel left home, taking with him his young son, Dick, and together they tramped their way to the North where his roots lay. It was as hard and sometimes traumatic journey, and at its end there seemed to open up whole new vistas of life and experience. But the legacy of the past remained, and the burden of its secrets would continue to play a major part in shaping Abel's destiny and Dick's character alike.

This book is a library copy, so is stich bound with library stamps/markings. The book is otherwise in a good condition.

Other details:

ISBN 0552113506
Category Fiction and Literature
Language English
Edition First
Published in 1980
Publisher Corgi Books
Condition Used
Pages 318
Width 4.4 inches
Height 7.1 inches
Tags Tragedy

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