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6th Jul 2016Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

[2 blank pages] OF FOUR AND FORTY YEARS [unnumbered page] [blank page] OF FOUR AND FORTY YEARS By William H. Wise [unnumbered page] “The sins o’ four and forty years, all up an’ down the seas, Clack an’ repeat like valves half-fed….Forgie’s our trespasses.” Kipling-M’Andrews’ Hymn. [unnumbered page] FOREWORD WHEN the youthful Browning published his […]

[3 blank pages] [unnumbered page; includes illustration: Philéas Bédard, folk-singer, Saint-Rémi de Napierville, Quebec] FOLK-SONGS of OLD QUEBEC by Marius Barbeau Song Translations By REGINA LENORE SHOOLMAN Illustrations By ARTHUR LISMER DEPARTMENT OF MINES Hon. W. A. Gordon, Minster; Charles Camsell, Deputy Minister NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CANADA W. H. Collins, Acting Director Anthropological Series No. […]

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 […]

29th Jun 2016Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

Signed copy To [Handwritten: Ted Wishing him Happy Days Margaret Bossance Boreham] [inside front cover] [blank page] LITTLE WHITE BOATS BY MARGARET BOSSANCE BOREHAM LONDON: ARTHUR H. STOCKWELL LTD. 29 LUDGATE HILL, E.C.4. [unnumbered page] CONTENTS. Page Little White Boats 5 New Songs 6 The Road to Yesterday 7 Young Spring 9 The Ringing of […]

Dollard A Tale In Verse [hand written: To my dear friend, W. Sherwood Fox With the gratitude And esteem of Nathanial Benson Apr. 28. 1933] [unnumbered page] DOLLARD A Tale in Verse By Nathanial A. Benson Illustrated by Walter J. Phillips TORONTO THOMAS NELSON & SONS LIMITED 1933 [unnumbered page] PRINTED IN CANADA T.H. BEST […]

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: […]

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 […]

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