Klages’ forensic archival sleuthing does provide, for the first time in almost a century, some degree of certainty surrounding this event.
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Klages examines each hypothesis in turn, in clean, crisp prose.
The Many Deaths of Tom Thomson stands as both a conscientious case study and a larger investigation into what history can and cannot do.
Klages has produced a timely and valuable contribution to the literature on Thomson that certainly will be of interest to historians, artists, and popular audiences.
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