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1 LOCHHEAD, Douglas Ryerson Poetry Chap-Book No.184 Heart Is Fire. Ryerson Poetry Chap-Book No.184
Ryerson , 1959, 
LOCHHEAD, Douglas. The Heart Is Fire. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (1959). 8vo, green cloth spine, green paper-covered boards. No 184 in the Ryerson Poetry Chap-books series, limited to 250 copies. Laugher p.318, Rhodenizer p.950, Watters p.116. Douglas Lochhead (b. March 25, 1922, Guelph, Ontario -d. March 15, 2011, Sackville, New Brunswick) Canadian poet, bibliographer, bibliophile. Lochhead's first collection of poems, including the following : "The Heart is Fire", "Song", "Birth of a Legend, or, Questions and Answers on Sunday Morning", "Pulse", "What Stirs a Bird", "Sunday Rain at Ingonish", "In the Lost Forest", "Light the Wet Heart", "In Memory of James Eagleson, R.C.A.F.", "Even the Hawk", "Recruit", "Nova Scotia Fishermen" ,"Christmas Eve -- Peggy's Cove", and "Joseph". Inscription inked to flyleaf, else very good. 50.00

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2 LOCHHEAD, Douglas Ryerson Poetry Chap-Book No.184 Heart Is Fire. Ryerson Poetry Chap-Book No.184
Ryerson , 1959, 
LOCHHEAD, Douglas. The Heart Is Fire. Toronto: The Ryerson Press, (1959). 8vo, green cloth spine, green paper-covered boards. No 184 in the Ryerson Poetry Chap-books series, limited to 250 copies. Laugher p.318, Rhodenizer p.950, Watters p.116. Lochhead's first collection of poems, including the following: "The Heart is Fire", "Song", "Birth of a Legend, or, Questions and Answers on Sunday Morning", "Pulse", "What Stirs a Bird", "Sunday Rain at Ingonish", "In the Lost Forest", "Light the Wet Heart", "In Memory of James Eagleson, R.C.A.F.", "Even the Hawk", "Recruit", "Nova Scotia Fishermen" ,"Christmas Eve -- Peggy's Cove", and "Joseph". Light brownish soiling to boards, small red spot near tail of front hinge, light nicking to spine ends, some marginal smudging, else good. 35.00

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3 LOCHHEAD, Douglas Ryerson Poetry Chap-Book No.184 Heart Is Fire. Ryerson Poetry Chap-Book No.184, Signed with inscription
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1959, 
LOCHHEAD, Douglas. The Heart Is Fire. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (1959). 8vo, green cloth spine, green paper-covered boards. No 184 in the Ryerson Poetry Chap-books series, limited to 250 copies. Laugher p.318, Rhodenizer p.950, Watters p.116. Lochhead's first collection of poems, including the following: "The Heart is Fire", "Song", "Birth of a Legend, or, Questions andAnswers on Sunday Morning", "Pulse", "What Stirs a Bird", "Sunday Rain at Ingonish", "In the Lost Forest", "Light the Wet Heart", "In Memory of JamesEagleson, R.C.A.F.", "Even the Hawk", "Recruit", "Nova Scotia Fishermen" , "Christmas Eve -- Peggy's Cove", and "Joseph". Light wear to extremities, else very good. Signed with inscription by Lochhead. 60.00

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4 LOCHHEAD, Douglas Ryerson Poetry Chap-Book No.184 Heart Is Fire. Ryerson Poetry Chap-Book No.184, Signed with inscription andletter
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1959, 
LOCHHEAD, Douglas. The Heart Is Fire. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (1959). 8vo, green cloth spine, green paper-covered boards. No 184 in the Ryerson Poetry Chap-books series, limited to 250 copies. Laugher p.318, Rhodenizer p.950, Watters p.116. Lochhead's first collection of poems, including the following: "The Heart is Fire", "Song", "Birth of a Legend, or, Questions andAnswers on Sunday Morning", "Pulse", "What Stirs a Bird", "Sunday Rain at Ingonish", "In the Lost Forest", "Light the Wet Heart", "In Memory of JamesEagleson, R.C.A.F.", "Even the Hawk", "Recruit", "Nova Scotia Fishermen" , "Christmas Eve -- Peggy's Cove", and "Joseph". Light wear to boards, else very good. Signed with inscription dated September 8th, 1959. Laid in is a brief handwritten September 8th, 1959 letter on Dalhousie University / Office of Librarian stationary which begins, "Here is a book designed not to create a shelving problem." 70.00

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