Regular Posts Tagged ‘prose’
20th Nov 2013Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[10 illustrations] John F. McDonnell.    Hon. Joseph Howe. Mrs. J. C. Yule.     Alma Frances McCollum.     Mrs. Susanna Moodie. Grant Allen.     Charles Dawson Shanly.     Eric McKay Yeoman. [unnumbered page] A WREATH OF CANADIAN SONG CONTAINING BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES AND NUMEROUS SELECTIONS FROM DECEASED CANADIAN POETS By MRS. C. M. WHYTE-EDGAR TORONTO WILLIAM BRIGGS 1910 [unnumbered page] Copyright, […]

19th Aug 2013Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[2 blank pages] LITTLE HEARTS [unnumbered page] [blank page] LITTLE HEARTS BY MARJORIE L. C. PICKTHALL First Canadian ed. S. B. GUNDY                TORONTO PUBLISHER IN CANADA FOR HUMPHREY MILFORD [unnumbered page] [blank page] CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE I. HOW MR. SAMPSON WROTE HIS PHILOSOPHY 1 II. AND ADDED GREATLY THERETO 8 III. HOW MR. SAMPSON […]

3rd Aug 2013Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

The Story of Armand Villiers Being the Crusts and Crumbs for Christmas, 1916 By Albert Ernest Stafford Smythe [unnumbered page] [blank page] THIS IS THE KIND OF STORY that writers of fiction like to have on Christmas Eve or Christmas night, but I have not the slightest authority for saying it happened on either the […]

2nd Aug 2013Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[blank page] Love & Company (LIMITED) By J. Try-Davies and Mary Woolston W. Foster Brown Montreal 1901 [unnumbered page] Entered according to Act of the Parliament of Canada, in the year one thousand nine hundred and one, by J. TRY-DAVIES, at the Department of Agriculture Press of The Hunter, Rose Co., Limited, Toronto [unnumbered page] […]

1st Aug 2013Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[2 blank pages] [unnumbered page, includes illustration] A Semi-Detached House and Other Stories by J. Try-Davies illustrated by Robert Harris Montreal:  Printed by John Lovell & Son, at 23 St. Nicholas St.: MDCCCC. [unnumbered page] Entered according to Act of Parliament in Canada, in the year nineteen hundred, by J. TRY-DAVIES, in the office of the […]

25th Jul 2013Posted in: Others, The Confederation Poets 0

 THE FOREST OF BOURG-MARIE BY S. FRANCES HARRISON TORONTO GEORGE N. MORANG 1898 THE FOREST OF BOURG-MARIE       CHAPTER I. ALL ABOUT MAGLOIRE. ‘A man was famous according as he had lifted up axes upon the thick trees.’ BORDERING the mighty river of the Yamachiche there are three notable forests, dark, uncleared, untrodden, […]

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