*** Robertson Davies: Man of Myth, Judith Skelton Grant, 1994
This sucker has been on my bookshelf for years, travelling around the globe from TX to AZ to CO to HI and finally back to TX. Then it sat on my elliptical trainer for months as I worked my way through it. At 654 pages of biography and another 130+ of end notes, it garners a BLCS rating of rat, and possibly cat.
I discovered Davies in the early 90s and he quickly replaced Graham Greene as my favorite author. I've been saving a few other Davies gems to savor because they're not making new Davies stories anymore and I've read almost everything.
The biography was instructive and entertaining, but I doubt anyone but the most avid Davies fan would take the trouble to read the monster.
Instead, for the next three days you can read some quotes from four of his novels that I read in the 90s.