Gabriel Fielding

Through Streets Broad and Narrow

Through Streets Broad and Narrow re-introduces John Blaydon, emotionally troubled protagonist of Fielding's acclaimed coming-of-age novel, In the Time of Greenbloom. John Blaydon, now eighteen and with exciting opportunities ahead of him, travels to Dublin to undertake a medical degree. Through a series of evocative, touching and amusing episodes we learn about John's journey to adulthood and respectable career, exploring along the way the heartaches and complex dilemmas which trouble this sensitive and talented young man. Through Streets Broad and Narrow, first published in 1960, is a finely written novel which can be enjoyed by itself or as a continuation of In the Time of Greenbloom.
417 printed pages


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