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Now That I'm Fifty

By Terhune, Albert Payson

NY: Goerge H Doran, 1924. 17cm, 81p, inscribed in ink by the author to James B Woodyatt, chairman of Power Corporation of Canada; olive green leather, all edges gilt, minor rubbing but fresh and attractive. . Signed by Author. First Edition. hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$385.00

The Loss

By Constantine, David

Windsor, ON: Biblioasis, 2014. 19cm, 16p; chapbook excerpt from Constantine's In Another County (2015), numbered 143 of 450. paperback. New.

$5.00

Lives of the Poets

By Metcalf, John

Windsor, ON: Biblioasis, 2013. 22cm, 34p; fine press chapbook excerpt from Metcalf's The Museum at the End of the World. paperback. New.

$10.00

The Early Journals and Letters of Fanny Burney, vol 2 : 1774-1777

By Burney, Frances [Fanny] ; Lars Troide (ed.)

Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1991. 23cm, 550p, vol 2. This projected 12-volume new edition of the Fanny Burney journals and letters was under the general editorship of Lars Troide at McGill. This edition complements Joyce Hemlow's 12-volume Oxford edition for the later period, 1791 to 1840.. hardcover. New/New.

$90.00

Barbarous Dissonance and Images of Voice in Milton's Epics
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Barbarous Dissonance and Images of Voice in Milton's Epics

By Sauer, Elizabeth

Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1996. 23cm, 213p, "By injecting concepts such as multiple narrators and genres, open forms, strategic deferrals, and the exchanges between the poetic voices and discourses of the early modern period, Sauer tells us something about how the Milton's epics spoke to their own time as well as how they may be recuperated to speak to ours.". hardcover. New/New.

$18.00

The Square Egg and Other Sketches with Three Plays, and with a Biography by his Sister

By Saki (H H Munro)

London: John Lane, 1929. 15cm, 276p. hardcover. Very Good/no dj.

$18.00

A House of Words : Jewish Writing, Identity and Memory (Studies in Ethnic History)

By Ravvin, Norman

Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1997. 23cm, 191p, "the way Jewish history (particularly the Holocaust) and tradition inform postwar Canadian and American Jewish literature.". paperback. Fine.

$5.00

Lyrics

By Symons, Arthur

Portland, ME: Thomas B Mosher, 1903. 18cm, 37p; lacks bottom 3 cm of spine. hardcover. Good.

$14.00

The Ballad of Reading Gaol

By Wilde, Oscar

NY: Max N Maisel, 1916. 16cm, 33p; dated 1911 but with cover date 1916; printed blue wraps lacking back cover, brittle and toned, with corner chips.. paperback. Fair.

$20.00

A House of Pomegranates

By Wilde, Oscar

Portland, ME: Thomas B Mosher, 1908. 18cm, 158p; stated 2nd edition (925 copies); yapped velin boards. hardcover. Very Good.

$20.00

Letters to the Sphinx from Oscar Wilde with Reminiscences of the Author

By Leverson, Ada

London: Duckworth, 1930. 22cm, 64p; a fresh copy (#107 of 275) in bright ultramarine blue cloth, still guarded by the dustwrapper which is 95% present but with long closed tears on the back panel, although the front, with unclipped price flap (15 s.), is very presentable and the entire wrapper could be made whole by the ministrations of a conservator.. Signed by Author. hardcover. Very Good/Fair.

$450.00

Rose Leaf and Apple Leaf

By Rodd, Rennell; Wilde, Oscar

Portland, ME: Thomas B Mosher, 1906. 17cm, 101p; copy 2 of 75 with the oval leather ex-libris of Henry W Poor (1844-1915) of Standard & Poor's, with his faint pencilled marginalia. Poor's collection was sold by Anderson Galleries over several sessions in December 1908. carton boards and old-style flap-folded dustwrappers with some loss on the titled spine.. hardcover. Very Good.

$175.00

The Shame of Oscar Wilde from the Shorthand Reports

By Anonymous

Paris: Privately Printed, 1959. 22cm, 126p; undated facsimile of the 1906 Paris printing, 1959 being an accepted reasonable conjecture.. paperback. Very Good.

$12.00

The Green Carnation

By Hichens, Robert

London: Unicorn Press, 1949. 19cm, 175p; dj toned with light chipping but very good in appearance.. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by John Parsons.

$30.00

Arthurian Chronicles
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Arthurian Chronicles

By Wace & Layamon

Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996. 23cm, 264p. paperback. Fine.

$12.00

Authors and Audiences : Popular Canadian Fiction in the Early Twentieth Century
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Authors and Audiences : Popular Canadian Fiction in the Early Twentieth Century

By Karr, Clarence

Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2000. 23cm, 317p, "From the 1890s through the 1920s the best-selling fiction of Ralph Connor, Robert Stead, Nellie McClung, Lucy Maud Montgomery, and Arthur Stringer was internationally recognized. This is the first Canadian study to use fan mail to highlight readers' interactions with author and text. Karr places the authors' careers in an international setting and shows how, despite living a considerable distance from the leading cultural production centres of New York and London, they became internationally recognized and read.". hardcover. New/New.

$15.00

Practice in Literary Criticism

By Ford, Margaret L; Meeson, Brian

Agincourt, ON: Book Society of Canada, 1985. 21cm, 86p. paperback. Very Good.

$5.00

Signal to Noise: A Tale of Madness, Incarceration and Agricultural Fungicide

By Boyko, C P

Emeryville, ON: Biblioasis, 2012. 22cm, 38p; chapbook excerpt from Boyko's Psychology and Other Stories, no. 8 in the CNQ collection (Canadian Notes & Queries). paperback. New.

$10.00

Signature Event Cantext (Series: The Writer as Critic - II)
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Signature Event Cantext (Series: The Writer as Critic - II)

By Scobie, Stephen

Edmonton: NeWest Press, 1989. 21cm, 175p, essays on Canadian writing within Derrida's framework. paperback. New.

$6.00

Margaret Atwood: The Open Eye
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Margaret Atwood: The Open Eye

By Moss, John; Kozakewich, Tobi

Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2006. 23cm, 472p. paperback. New.

$49.00

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