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61 BRETON, P.E KOWALCZYK, Anthony, Brother. Blacksmith of God. pb.
Editions de l'Ermitage, Edmonton, 1960, 
BRETON, P.E. Blacksmith of God. Edmonton: Editions de l'Ermitage, 1960. Pp 191. 8vo, card covers. Rubbed, slightly cocked, spine sunned, else vg. 15.00

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62 BREWSTER, Elizabeth In Search of Eros. First Edition in dustjacket
Clarke, Irwin, Toronto, 1974, 
BREWSTER, Elizabeth. In Search of Eros. Toronto : Clarke, Irwin & Co. Ltd.,(1974). First Edition. Pp (10),3-88. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to sp ine. "An eye for the crucial detail and insight into the emotions underlying circumstance distinguises the poetry of Elizabeth Brewster. In these poems she ventures into the world of myth and legendary heroes, and finds personal meaning in the ancient tales of gods and fabled creatures. With the skilful blend of compassion and irony that is characteristic of her work, the poet describes her search for love in its various aspects: love between manand woman; spiritual kinship between friends and between poets; delight in the mystery of the cosmos and its infinite design". - from the dj. The poe ms: I. The Magic Rod "For P.K.P.", "Speak to me", "Consulting the I Ching","The magic rod", "Poems for an audience of one", "Poems for your hands", " Slow motion", "Tongue-tied", "Time machine", "Gifts", "Chill", "On impermanence", "Nursery rhyme", "Empty-handed", "When sea birds cry", "Greeting", "Year's end", "Summer evening lightning". II In Search or Eros "The prince who married the sleeping beauty", "The princess addresses the frog prince", "The boy who married the frog princess", "Cinderella", "Princess of i Egypt", "The giant's heart", "Kind and unkind", "Sister selves", "Stage setting", "Old Lear, the crazy king", "Fool's song", "Lear", "In search or Eros", "Psyche and Cupid", "Rosa", "Willie Lump Lump", "Portrait of a woman with pigeons", "Romance", "Three sonnets on "The Scarlet Letter"". III. Inanna. "Death of the gods", "For the unknown goddess", "Moon", "Inanna", "Three joyful mysteries", "Man with gospel message (Verbal transcription)", "Jesus revolution hits Alberta : a group of found poems", "The blue pen", "Playing Indian", "Trapped". IV. Pilgrim "On the nature of the hero", "My unkind self", "Marvel", "Mirrors", "Night air", "Pastoral tradition", "The seige of Troy", "The return of Homer", "Golden West", "Alden Nowlan in the Winnipeg airterminal", "Poem for Al Purdy", "Poem for a young sorceress", "39 North Ca stle Street, Edinburgh, 1820", "At the poet's birthplace", "Return of the native", "View from window", "Immigrants", "The poet in the last days", "Earthquake", "Seasonal", "On the death by burning ot Kimberiy Hammer, May 1972"", "Judgment", "Waiting room", "Lost", "Wilderness dream", "Disqualification" and "Pilgrim". Top edge dusty, else vg in rubbed dustjacket. 30.00

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63 BREWSTER, Elizabeth Way Home. First Edition, Paperback
Oberon, 1982, ISBN:0887504280 
BREWSTER, Elizabeth. The Way Home: New Poems. [Ottawa] : (Oberon Press, 1982). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (5),6-104. 8vo, cream and maroon card cvoers with cream lettering to front cover, black lettering to spine. Includesthe following poems: I. The Hoop: "Tired of Books", "Playing the Bones", " Spellbound", "Reading Fred's Poems", "Birthday", "Raising the Dead", "Graduation Evening", "Seeing My Picture as a Young Girl", "The Young Girl Waits for Love", "The Hoop", "New Year's Day, 1978", "On Reading a Book of Love-Letters on New Year's Day", "Remembering Eden", "Ariadne", "Robinson Crusoe", "Northern Landscape", 'Visitor in Aarhus (for Robert Gibbs)", "Tourist inNorway". II. East and West: "Childhood Games", "Calgary as a Christmas Tre e in February", "At Batoche", "The Hero as Escape Artist", "Ghost in Quispamsis", "Sunday Morning on the River Bank, Saskatoon", "Pipers in Kinsmen Park", "On Being Hissed At in Red Deer, Alberta", "West Coast, Canada", "Boredom in Victoria", "Victoria in 1850", "Helmcken House, Victoria", "When I Am Old", "Sunday Afternoon in Cranbrook, BC". III. Cook's Gardens: "West of West", "The World is My Country (for F.R.S.)", "Neighbours", "First Settlers' Museum, Dunedin", "In Wellington, for Katherine Mansfield", "Answer to aQuestion on a Bus Somewhere in New Zealand", "Comparisons and Expectations ", "Cook's Gardens", "This Desert Land", and "The Way Home". Very good. Dueto its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 15. 00

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64 BREWSTER, Elizabeth. MARSHALL, Tom, intro. Selected Poems of Elizabeth Brewster 1944-1977. First Edition, paperback.
Oberon, 1985, ISBN:0887505961 
BREWSTER, Elizabeth. Selected Poems of Elizabeth Brewster 1944-1977. Introduction by Tom Marshall. [Ottawa]: (Oberon, 1985). First Paperback Printing.Pp. (4),5-158,(2). 8vo, illustrated blue-grey card covers with black lette ring to front cover and spine. Cover art by Brian Jones. Includes: 40s: "Only the Subtle Things", "The Loneliness That Wrapped Her Round", "Jamie", "Coach Class", "River Song". 50s: "London Fog", "Block of Silence", "Granite's not Firm Enough", "Peace", "Roads", "To Homai", "If I Could Walk Out intothe Cold Country", "Home for the Aged", "Tobias and the Angel", "The Angel Speaks to Tobias", "The Two Helens", "Return of the Native", "Passage of S ummer", "Where I Come From", "Woman on a Bus: In New Brunswick Woods". 60s:"Past as Present", "The Idiot", "Death By Drowning", "Orange Rooster", "Su nflowers", "The Night Grandma Died", "What I Want Is Stone", "Haunting", "Adrift", "Atlantic Development", "Summer Evening at Joggins", "The Moon is aMighty Magnet", "Great-Aunt Rebecca", "Two Lunacies", "Atlas", "Mrs. Perdi ta Robinson and the Prince of Wales", "Poem for a Drawing by Bruno Bobak", "Argument", "The Oarsman", "William Brewster Disembarking from the Mayflower", "George Crabbe", "Answer to a Poem on Saint John by Raymond Souster", "Afternoon Snow", "Gladioli", "Saint John River in October", "Moving Day", "Cold Spell", "Self-Reliance: To Ralph Waldo Emerson", "Sunrise North", "Christmas Day: Road to Oban". 1970-77: "Sunday Morning", "The Future of Poetryin Canada", "Displaced Person", "Tea-Leaf Reading", "November Sunday", "Th irty Below", "Good Friday Performance", "Easter Vigil", "Easter Sunday, Quaker Meeting", "To a Friend on the Verge of Breakdown", "Blueflag", "Inheritance", "Cold Tea", "A New Old Song", "Poems for Psychoanalysis", "Gatrey Ketcheson", "Munchausen in Alberta", "Gold Man", "Year's End", "Sunday Evening, February", "How to Keep Warm", "Under a Plane Tree", "Undersea Gardens","Alchemist", "Advice to the Fearful Self", "For P.K.P.", "Poem for an Audi ence of One", "Poems for Your Hands", "The Prince Who Married the Sleeping Beauty", "Princess of Egypt", "Romance", "For the Unknown Goddess", "Trapped", "Mirrors", "Pilgrim", "For Pat Lowther", "To the Male Muse", "The Silent Scream", "Reasons for Reason", "In Favour of Being Alive", "Aftermath of the Titanic", "On the Value of Fantasies", "Man Who Was Half Bear", "OttawaSummers", "Resurrection in Vancouver", "Sleeping by Sechelt Inlet", "New G lasses", "Sometimes I Think of Moving", "The Dancers", "Dance of Death", "There Is Time", "Anti-Love Poems", "On Becoming an Ancestor", and "Tarot". Very good. 20.00

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65 BRIGHT, David Limits of Labour
UBC Press, 1998, 
BRIGHT, David. The Limits of Labour : Class Formation and the Labour Movement in Calgary, 1883-1929. Vancouver: UBC Press, (1998). Pp 275. 8vo, ill. boards. Vg. 45.00

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66 BRINK, Jack Archaeological Survey of Alberta Occasional Papers No. 19) Archaeology in Alberta 1981
Alberta Culture, Historical Resources Division, Edmonton, 1982, 
BRINK, Jack. Archaeology in Alberta 1981 . (Edmonton): Alberta Culture, Historical Resources Division, 1982. Pp. (2),i,(1),ii-vi,(1),vii-xxvi,1-207,(1). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated blue card covers. Archaeological Survey ofAlberta Occasional Papers No. 19. Spine slightly sunned, head of spine nic ked, name stamp to title page, else vg. 20.00

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67 BRINK, Jack Archaeological Survey of Alberta Occasional Papers No. 21) Archaeology in Alberta 1982
Alberta Culture, Historical Resources Division, Edmonton, 1983, 
BRINK, Jack. Archaeology in Alberta 1982 . (Edmonton): Alberta Culture, Historical Resources Division, 1983. Pp. (3),[i]xxvii,[1]-222. Illustrated. 4to, illustrated blue card covers. Archaeological Survey of Alberta Occasional Papers No. 21. Covers browned with faint corner creasing, else vg. 20.00

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68 BRINK, Jack Archaeological Survey of Alberta Occasional Papers Nos. 17) Archaeology in Alberta 1980
Alberta Culture, Historical Resources Division, Edmonton, 1981, 
BRINK, Jack. Archaeology in Alberta 1980 . (Edmonton): Alberta Culture, Historical Resources Division, 1981. Pp. (2),i-xxvi,[1]-202. Illustrated. 4to,illustrated blue card covers. Archaeological Survey of Alberta Occasional Papers No. 17. Spine slightly sunned, spine ends nicked, else vg. 20.00

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69 BRITNELL, G.E INNIS, H.A., preface. Wheat Economy. no dj.
University of Toronto Press, 1939, 
BRITNELL, G.E. The Wheat Economy. Editor's Preface by H.A. Innis. [Toronto]: The University of Toronto Press, 1939. Pp 259. 8vo, red cloth. Peel 3665 . Slightly rubbed, spine sunned, owner's signature, else very good. 60.00

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70 BROWN, Dick Canadian Heritage YATES, Sarah MAYNE, Susan More than a business. An article on Bed and Breakfasts in Canadian Heritage: The Heritage Canada Foundation Magazine, Volume 12, Issue 4, October-Nov ember 1986
Heritage Canada Foundation, Ottawa , 1986, 
BROWN, Dick. “More than a business.” An article on Bed and Breakfasts in Canadian Heritage : The Heritage Canada Foundation Magazine, Volume 12, Issue4, October-November 1986, pp 15-20, with 6 illustrations. Ottawa : The Her itage Canada Foundation, 1986. Pp 1-52. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated maroon stapled wrappers. Also : "The gardens of gilt” [Toronto's Elgin and Winter Gardens theatres] (by Sarah Yates, pp 21-26, with 6 illustrations); “An hour upon its stage” [British Columbia's boardwalk villages] (by Doreen Armitage, pp 27-29, with 3 illustrations); “The Medalta impasse”[Medalta Potteries, Medicine Hat, Alberta] (by Susan Mayne, pp 30-35, with 6 illustrations); and more. Mailing label, else very good. 10.00

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71 BROWN, George Mackay BROWN, Erlend Sea and the Tower. First Edition in dustjacket
Bayeux [Arts Incorporated], Calgary, Alberta, 1994, ISBN:1906209009 
BROWN, George Mackay. The Sea and the Tower. Illustrations by Erlend Brown.(Calgary, Alberta) : Bayeux (Arts Incorporated, 1994). First Edition. Pp ( 56) unpaginated. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine. A series of illustrated poems on the Trojan War. Contents : Village Elders Consult a Sea-chart; The Deepening Ocean; Tradesman; The Resignation of Seamen; Nght at Sea; Thirst; Rain; Fog; There Was a Ship; Visitant; The Helmsman's Dream of the Elements; Watchman: Night Sea. Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 20.00

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72 Bruce, Jean Last Best West. First Edition in dustjacket.
Fitzhenry and Whiteside, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, 1976, ISBN:0889024014 
Bruce, Jean. The Last Best West. Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver : Fitzhenry and Whiteside "In association with the Multiculturalism Programme,Department of the Secretary of State", (1976). First Edition. Pp (8),ix-x, 1-177,(3). Double column. Square 8vo, tan cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "Between 1896 and 1914, the Canadian government carried out a vigorous programme in central Europe, Britain, and the United States to persuade people to immigrate to the Canadian west, "The Last Best West." Hundreds of thousands of prospective settlers from diverse and distinctive ethnic backgrounds responded, leading to an extraordinary mass migration which changed the face of Canada. The great campaign to populate the west is presented here by Jean Bruce, in a compelling and moving selection of more than 190 photographs of the period, together with short related texts. Her superb pictorial history gives a fine sense of scope and perspective to this vital period in the growth of Canada. We see all the paraphernalia of the government advertising campaign, the journey from the settlers' homelands, the first prairie homesteads, the development of western cities and industries and, above all, the people whose lives transformed - and were transformed by - the Canadian west." - the front dj flap. Chapters: 1. Advertising Canada; 2. To the Promised Land; 3. Beginnings; 4. Church and School; 5. Labour Force; 6. FromSettlement to City; 7. New Generation. Very good in dustjacket. 20.00

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73 BUCK, Robert J. Boiotia and the Boiotian League 423-371 B.C. First Edition
University of Alberta Press, Edmonton, Alberta, 1994, ISBN:0888642539 
BUCK, Robert J. Boiotia and the Boiotian League 423-371 B.C. (Edmonton, Alberta) : The University of Alberta Press, (1994). First Edition. Pp (6),[vii]-xx,(2),1-183,(3). Map. 8vo, illustrated red card covers, letered in blackand white. Very good. 30.00 "The history of the ancient Greek federal stat e of Boiotia from the outbreak of the Peloponnesian War in 432 B.C. to its victory over Sparta in 371 B.C. is the focus of Dr. Buck's study. Boiotia and the Boiotian League provides a link between his previous History of Boiotia and John Buckler's Theban Hegemony. During this period the Boiotian federation underwent complex changes: from oligarchy to democracy; from a confederation to dissolution to refederatin; from state-based to population-based federalism; and dealt with serious problems with separatism, especially with Orchomenos. There were other interesting problems: the role of external enemies and clashing ideologies in the formation nof Boiotian politics; the relations with Athens and Sparta; the problems of Theban domination vis-ŕ-vis the oher Boiotian states; the interplay of all these with various political factions; and the Spartan occupation of Thebes and the later liberation. The nature of the sources, especially Xenophon, the Oxyrhynchus Historian, Diodorus and Plutarch, makes studying this period a challenge. Becauseof their contradictory and often biased nature, Dr. Buck has subjected the m to careful, methodical and critical treatment in his study of this periodof Boiotian history." (from the back cover). Contents : I. Boiotia and the Boiotian League, 432-371 B.C. II Boiotians in the Peloponnesian War, 432-4 04 B.C. III. Boiotia Between the Wars, 404-395 B.C. IV. Boiotia in the Corinthian War, 394-387 B.C. V. Boiotia Without the League, 387-379 B.C. VI. The Boiotian League Restored, 378-375 B.C. VII. The League to Leuktra, 375-371 B.C. VIII. Boiotia, 432-371 B.C. Very good. 30.00

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74 BUFFETT, Fred, (ed.) KELLAND, Newman BRENNAN, A.F. STAPLETON, John Miscellaneous Papers From Saturday Seminars
Faculty of Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland / MUN, St. John's, 1975, 
BUFFETT, Fred, (ed.). Miscellaneous Papers From Saturday Seminars. [St. John's] : Faculty of Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland, January 1975. Pp (6),1-43,(1). 8vo, card covers. O'Dea 5740 Contents : "The Schoolhouse in Transition" by Dave Cooney, Alberta; "Planning in Education" by Newman Kelland, St.John's; "Teach ... That They May Grow" by Bro. A.F. Brennan,Corner Brook; "The Collective Agreement in Newfoundland Education: Structu ral Strains" by John Stapleton, St.John's. Very good. 20.00

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75 BURNETT, Brian) STREBBINS, Joan BURNETT, Brian Brian Burnett : Paintings
Southern Alberta Art Galllery, Lethbridge, 1983, 
(BURNETT, Brian). Brian Burnett : Paintings. Southern Alberta Art Galllery,October 1-23, 1983. (Lethbridge : Southern Alberta Art Galllery, 1983). Pp (4),5-12. Illustrated. Double Column. Oblong 8vo, illustrated white staple d card covers. An exhibition catalogue. Brian Burnett was born in South Porcupine, Ontario, in 1952. Very good. 20.00

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76 BURNS, Jeffrey) JANSMA, Linda McCABE, Shauna Jeffrey Burns : Terrene
Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, 2016, ISBN:9821599785 
(BURNS, Jeffrey). Jeffrey Burns : Terrene. Curated by Linda Jansma. Oshawa : The Robert MLaughln Gallery, (2003). Pp (7),8-48. Illustrated in Colour. 4to, illustrated green card covers, lettered in white. A catalogue of an exhibition held Aug. 28-Oct. 26, 2003 at Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, Nov. 27, 2003-Jan. 17, 2004 at Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Calgary, Feb. 12-March 20, 2004 at Harcourt House Gallery, Edmonton, Sept. 12-Oct. 31, 2004 atConfederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, and Nov. 12-Dec. 19, 2004 at Owens Art Gallery, Sackville. Born in 1964 in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontar io, Jeffrey Burns received an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts form the University of Waterloo and a Master of Fine Arts in painting from the University of Alberta. He also participated in a graduate level studiesat the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. He has acted as a Sessional instructor at the Universtiy of Alberta's Department of Art and Design, andis currrently as Associate Professor in Mount Allison University's Departm ent of Fine Arts in Sackville, New Brunswick. Very good. 25.00

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77 BURRILL, Gary Away: Maritimers in Massachusetts, Ontario, and Alberta : An Oral History of Leaving Home. First Edition in dustjacket
McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal / Kingston, 1992, ISBN:0773508996 
BURRILL, Gary. Away : Maritimers in Massachusetts, Ontario, and Alberta: AnOral History of Leaving Home. Montreal / Kingston : McGill-Queen's Univers ity Press, (1992). Pp (6),[vii]-xv,(1),[1]-249,(7). 8vo, maroon cloth. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 1746, MacDonald, Bibliography of Victoria County, 32."In Away, Gary Burrill presents the voices of Maritimers in exile as they talkabout their decisions to leave home; their experiences moving to and establishing themselves in new areas, and the way their exile from the Maritime provinces of Canada has shaped their views of themselves, their adopted communities, and their native homes." - from the dj. Very good in spine-sunned dustjacket. 20.00

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78 BUSH, Peter Western Challenge : The Presbyterian Church in Canada's Mission on the Prairies and North, 1885-1925
Watson Dwyer Publishing Limited, 2000, ISBN:1896239730 
BUSH, Peter. Western Challenge : The Presbyterian Church in Canada's Mission on the Prairies and North, 1885-1925. [Winnipeg] : Watson Dwyer Publishing Limited, 2000). Pp (8),[9]-272. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated white card covers, lettered in black, white and olive. Contents : Introduction.Chapter 1: The National Policy; The 1885 Rebellion; The Road to Provincial Status; Immigration and Pattern of Settlement; Farmers' Movements; Economi c Development on the Prairies; Social Development; The War; The Flu; The Strike; Conclusion. Chapter 2: The Superintendent of Mission; The Home Mission Organization After Robertson; The Mormon Challenge; Mission Models of Ministry; The Life of a Missionary on the Prairie. Chapter 3: The Church Responds to the 1885 Riel Rebellion; The Native Mission Personnel; The Dakota Mission; Evangelistic Work among the Native People; Educational Ministry; TheChallenges of Native Ministry; Conclusion. Chapter 4: "Work Among Foreigne rs," 1885-1896; Robertson's Vision; Local Congregations Respond; The 1914 Survey; Ministry with Specific Ethnic Groups after 1896; The Hungarians; TheDoukhobours; The Scandinavians; Outreach to Francophones; Ministry with ot her Ethno-cultural Groups; The Ukrainians; The Urban Challenge; A Shift in Philosophy; Conclusion. Chapter 5: The Klondike; Telegraph Creek, Glenora and Atlin; Peace River Country; Other Northern Ministry; Conclusion. Chapter6: Evangelism; Moral and Social Reform; Sabbath Observance; Temperance; Tn e Church Responds to the City; The Year of the Study; The Winnipeg General Strike; The Forward Movement. Chapter 7: The Overlapping Debate Prior to 1902; The Response to the Union Proposal, 1902-1912; The Federation Option; The 1912 Vote; The 1915 Vote; W. G. Brown; The Truce and its Aftermath on the Prairies; Church Union/Church Division. Afterword. Very good. 15.00

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79 BUSS, K. Ben Edmonton Trails for All Seasons. First printing
Whistler Publishing, Edmonton, 1974, 
BUSS, K. Ben. Edmonton Trails for All Seasons. Edmonton : Whistler Publishing, 1974. First Printing. Pp (4),3-76,(2). Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, illustrated blue and white stapled card covers. Contents : Foreword by Dr. Grant MacEwan; Foreword by A.H. Savage; Trail Use and Etiquette; Trail Classification; Judging Time for Travelling Trails; Legend for Maps. Includes 21 maps. Lightly rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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80 BUTALA, Sharon Lilac Moon : Dreaming of the Real West. First Edition in dustjacket
HarperCollins Publishers Canada Phyllis Bruce Book, Toronto, ON, 2005, ISBN:978-0002007788 
BUTALA, Sharon. Lilac Moon : Dreaming of the Real West. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) : HarperCollins Publishers Canada, (2005). First Printing. Pp. (6),7-251,(5). 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "What does it mean to be a Westerner? What is the Western experience and, by extension, what makes up the Western soul? In Lilac Moon, Sharon Butala challenges and inspiresus to think about the West in fresh ways. She begins by transporting us to her Saskatchewan ranch, where a soft lilac moon lights the vastness of the prairie landscape. Then, in a series of wide-ranging chapters that ponder the question "What makes a Westerner?" she explores the myths, the history,the peoples of the three prairie provinces. From the pioneer past to Weste rn stereotypes, from racial and ethnic inequalities to party politics, fromrural legends to urban realities, Lilac Moon effortlessly interweaves stra nds of history, family, politics and culture. Butala’s deep Western roots -her family blends bot French and English cultures and has lived in the wes t for five generations - - and her elegquent, perceptive, and questuionuibfmant style combine to create a book rich in insight and an abiding love fo r the vast region she knows so well. Published on the centennial anniversary of the entry of Alberta and Saskatchewan into Confederation, this is a book not just for Westerners, but for all Canadians who want to know -- and understand -- one of the seminal dreams of our nation." (from the dj). Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 15.00

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