Reflections on Roderick Haig-Brown
"An attractive work marked by a freshness of feeling and by a frank and simple style... Robertson makes a good account of the best of Haig-Brown's thought and style."
–Prof. Geoffrey Durrant
Book DescriptionIn this pioneering study of one of Canada's most original and overlooked authors, Anthony Robertson outlines the entire range of Roderick Haig-Brown's output, describing all the notable works and assessing their place in the author's development. But more than that, Robertson traces the evolution of Haig-Brown's thought, revealing him as one of the most broadranging and lucid thinkers to grapple with the problem of European man's place in the New World.