C.J. Driver

C. J. Driver is a poet, novelist and educator. Born in South Africa in 1939, he was until 2000 Master of Wellington College. His other novels are Elegy for a Revolutionary, Send War in Our Time, O Lord and A Messiah of the Last Days. Since 1984, he has been a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

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Books by C.J. Driver

Tom Grace is a pragmatically efficient London barrister living in a comfortable family house overlooking the Kent weald. But his neatly ordered life is about to be shaken apart by ...

Set in a British public school, C. J. Driver’s Death of Fathers is an unflinching exploration of the often painful contradictions to be found in male relationships.

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Six young men are arrested in Cape Town for subversion. Successful sabotage requires a high degree of loyalty, mutual confidence and efficiency; and it is an almost unbelievable shock when ...

Following the death of her husband Terry, Mrs Allen takes the vacant post of Matron at the Settlement of St Joseph, founded in the nineteenth century by his grandfather Timothy ...

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