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Re: The Maestro: Gould fictional character

In message <v02110114ae1296aa4a51@[]>, Michael Century
<mcentury@citi.doc.ca> writes
>This title is a work of juvenile fiction, author
>Tim Wynne-Jones, published in Canada by Douglas and
>McIntyre, 1995. It  came to my attention without reference to Gould,
>as the winner of a top Canadian literary prize for
>children's lit.
>The plot turns on the intense relationship formed
>between Burl, a troubled 14 year old boy,  and Nathaniel
>Gow,  a 50ish eccentric pianist and conductor. 

How odd using the name Nathanial Gow - a famous Scottish Fiddler and
composer in the 18th century.

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