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A young man considering the priesthood as his vocation finds himself in the company of a group of artists. Their Bohemian lifestyle leads him to spend his time and money on the pleasures of alcohol, food, and stimulating company.
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of
Series:Pacific BooksAngus and Robertson
1961series - publisher The establishment of this paperback imprint of Angus Robertson was spearheaded by Beatrice Davis. It started with print runs of 20,000 in 1961 (Paper Empires: History of Book in Australia, 18).This paperback series, published by Angus and Robertson, contains both numbered and unnumbered volumes.
Series:Arkon PaperbacksAngus and Robertson
1972series - publisher Arkon is a paperback reprint imprint of the Australian publisher Angus and Robertson. The series was launched in 1972 to be merchandised in connection with T. V. series and involved the cartoonist Patrick Cook.