October Ferry to Gabriola
It is an existential love story featuring a Lowry-like character, Ethan Lleweyllen, and his wife, in their never-fully-consummated journey to Gabriola, one of the Gulf Islands off the east coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia. The themes are living, loving, drinking, travel, mysticism, and literature in the 1940s.
- Lowry, Malcolm (1970), October Ferry to Gabriola. Last Novel (First ed.), New York: The World Publishing Company
- Lowry, Malcolm (1970), October Ferry to Gabriola. Last Novel, Vancouver, BC: Douglas & McIntyre, ISBN 0888945922
- Corrigan, Matthew. Lowry's Last Novel, A Review from Canadian Literature vol. 48, 1971. p.74-80
- A Review from Time Magazine November 1970
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