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30th Jun 2016Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

ADDITIONAL COPIES OF THIS CHAP-BOOK MAY BE PURCHASED FROM THE AUTHOR, JESSIE L. BEATTIE, BLAIR, ONTARIO. PRICE 75c. Published by THE RYERSON PRESS TORONTO. Copyright, Canada, 1931 By JESSIE L. BEATTIE. [handwritten: To Carl F. Klinck— Very Sincerely, Jessie L. Beattie.] [unnumbered page] Shifting Sails JESSIE L. BEATTIE THOUGHT I KNOW a stream which runs […]

SELECTED POEMS (1915-1935) [unnumbered page] BOOKS BY ARTHUR S. BOURINOT Laurentian Lyrics, 1915. Poems, 1921. Lyrics from the Hills, 1923. Puttering Feet, 1925. Ottawa Lyrics and Verses for Children, 1929. Sonnets in Memory of My Mother, 1931. This volume consists of selections from Laurentian Lyrics, Poems, Lyrics from the Hills, Ottawa Lyrics and eight sonnets […]

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 […]

“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 […]

27th May 2014Posted in: The Confederation Poets 0

[2 blank pages] LYRICS AND SONNETS [unnumbered page] [2 blank pages] [illustration] Sincerely, Ethelwyn Wetherald. [unnumbered page]  LYRICS and SONNETS By ETHELWYN WETHERALD  Complete edition arranged in seven groups and with an Introduction by JOHN W. GARVIN Toronto THOMAS NELSON & SONS LIMITED 1931 [unnumbered page] INTRODUCTION    Ethelwyn Wetherald is of English-Irish descent. Her […]

19th Mar 2014Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

Selections from SONNETS To GABRIEL [illustration] By CONSTANCE DAVIES WOODROW CHRISTMAS GREETINGS 1931 XI Metamorphosis I who was born a wildling of the Spring— Endowed with lyric mirth and ecstasy, Made kin to every winged or leaping thing, To every glowing flower and pulsing tree,— Because of you forsake my pagan ways, Put off my […]

20th Aug 2013Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[4 blank pages] The Neighing North [unnumbered page] [unnumbered page, includes illustration:“He knows not bit nor bridle, his nostrils are flaming.”] [unnumbered page] THE NEIGHING NORTH By ANNIE CHARLOTTE DALTON Drawings by J. W. GALLOWAY MACDONALD [illustration] THE RYERSON PRESS TORONTO [unnumbered page] BY THE SAME AUTHOR The Marriage of Music. Erskine Macdonald, London. 1915. […]

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