A story of learning to run, of a son's love for his father, and of becoming a father in turn.
David Renton was in his mid-teens a country standard middle-distance runner. He tells the story of how he began to run, and of the influence over him of his father s own career as an international-standard rower.
He portrays running as a step towards a world of freedom, and describes the attempts of his father to find ideas that would guide his life.
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