Modernist Canadian Poets

This is Chap-Book Number Fifty-seven Of this edition of The Blossom Trail, 150 copies have been printed, with this chap-book being a product of The Ryerson Press, Toronto, Canada. The Ryerson Press Toronto Canada 1932 The Ryerson Press acknowledges, with thanks, permission from the following periodicals to reprint poems which have appeared in their pages: […]

28th Jun 2016Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

OF THIS EDITION OF ARGOSIES AT DAWN, BY AUDREY DEAN HUGHES, ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY COPIES HAVE BEEN PRINTED. THIS CHAP-BOOK IS A PRODUCT OF THE RYERSON PRESS, TORONTO, CANADA. The Ryerson Press 1931 Toronto. [unnumbered page] This small collection of poems, Argosies at Dawn, by Aubrey Dean Hughes, is offered by the author as […]

28th Jun 2016Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets, Uncategorized 0

OF THIS EDITION OF OUTWARD BOUND BY EDITH BEATRICE HENDERSON, TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY COPIES HAVE BEEN PRINTED. THIS CHAP-BOOK IS A PRODUCT OF THE RYERSON PRESS. TORONTO, CANADA. The Ryerson Press Toronto 1931 Edith Beatrice Henderson, whose little craft “Outward Bound” leaves the ways on its maiden voyage, was born in Orillia, Ontario. Her […]

28th Jun 2016Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets, Uncategorized 0

OF THIS EDITION OF SONGS OF THE WEST AND OTHER POEMS, BY MARION E. MOODIE, TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY COPIES HAVE BEEN PRINTED. THIS CHAP-BOOK IS A PRODUCT OF THE RYERSON PRESS TORONTO, CANADA. The Ryerson Press Toronto 1934 Born in the city of Quebec, of Scottish-English descent, Miss Marion E. Moodie went west to […]

21st Aug 2015Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

Songs of the Road… [illustration] MARGARET BOSSANCE BOREHAM [inscribed] Best Wishes Margaret B. Boreham [unnumbered page] [blank page] THE ROAD TO YESTERDAY The winding road to Yesterday leads through the Vale of Tears, And o’er the hill where stands; a cairn to hopes of all the years; And yet, could we our steps retrace, as […]

20th Aug 2015Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

With the compliments of the author. Richard Boswell Aug. 1938 Mr. Oliver [unnumbered page] [blank page] NORA A ROMANCE OF THE GREAT WAR           BY R. BOSWELL           LONDON : ARTHUR H. STOCKWELL, LTD., 29, LUDGATE HILL, E.C.4. [unnumbered page] Made and printed in Great Britain, for […]

“It is a proud thing to be a man and to feel the stir of beauty: but it is more wonderful to be a woman, and to have or to be the touch calling beauty in life.” — John Masefield. Sonnets in Memory of My Mother [unnumbered page] [unnumbered page, includes illustration] Arthur S. Bourinot […]

17th Oct 2014Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

UNDER COUNTRY SKIES by Helen B. Anderson [illustration] Published at Toronto, 1933 by THE WRITER’S STUDIO [unnumbered page] To the Memory of My Husband [unnumbered page] Contents The First Ploughing 5 In Memory 7 Hepaticas 9 I Wonder 11 They Will Come Back 12 Weaver 13 Easter 14 April Days 15 To a Rose 16 A […]

7th May 2014Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

[2 blank pages] BALLADS of the PACIFIC NORTHWEST [unnumbered page] BOOKS BY ROBERT ALLISON HOOD BY SHORE AND TRAIL IN STANLEY PARK THE CHIVALRY OF KEITH LEICESTER THE QUEST OF ALISTAIR THE CASE OF KINNEAR [unnumbered page] [blank page] [illustration] From the painting by John Innes, by courtesy of David Spender Limited “Captain, Vancouver took […]

28th Apr 2014Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

[2 blank pages] Anne Wilkinson THE HANGMAN TIES THE HOLLY TORONTO • MACMILLAN • 1955 [unnumbered page] COPYRIGHT, CANADA, 1955 BY ANNE WILKINSON All rights reserved—no part of this book may be reproduced in any form without permission in writing from the publisher, except by a reviewer who wishes to quote brief passages in connection […]

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