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1 REANEY, James 14 Barrels from Sea to Sea. First Edition.
Press Porcepic, Erin, 1977, ISBN:0888781512 
REANEY, James. 14 Barrels from Sea to Sea. (Erin, Ontario : Press Porcépic,1977). First Printing. Pp. (12),13-175,(1). 8vo, yellow card covers, blue titles to front ande spine. James Crerar Reaney, OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Easthope, Ontario – d. June 11, 2008, London, Ontario). "Fourteen Barrels is the story of something unsuual in Canadian theatre history, the story of a national tour of a Canadian drama, from London to St. Boniface to Burnaby to Fredericton to Halifax to Hamilton to Port Perry and back again. You see inside not only the world of actors and dramatists and hangers on and haughty managers, but inside the many worlds of Canada. Reaney brings all his skills to bear in his first major work of prose to describe a Canada that is watching and rediscovering itself in the Canada that was of the Donnellys." - from the rear cover. Covers lightly rubbed, name to flyleaf, blindstamp to title page, five characters inked inside rear cover, else very good. 20.00

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2 REANEY, James, (ed.). ATWOOD, Margaret MANDEL, Eli MARSHALL, Tom Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Eight, June 1964
Alphabet, London, Ont, 1964, 
(ATWOOD, Margaret). (REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Eight June 1964. London, Ont.: Alphabet, 1964. Pp. (4),5-96. 8vo, yellow card covers, black lettering tofront cover, blank spine. The eighth issue of Reaney's hand-set Canadian l iterary journal, dealing very broadly with the myth of Jonah. Contents: "Jonah: A cantata text set to music by John Beckwith, arranged by him out of the Bible with commissioned verse by Jay Macpherson"; "Notes on Jonah" by John Beckwith; Eli Mandel's "Mary Midnight"; poetry by Len Brown, John Ower, Tom Marshall, Sharon Lea Richman, W.J. Keith, Dorothy Cameron, and Nancy-Lou Patterson; Peter Revell's "Altarwise by Owl-Light"; Margaret Atwood's "The War in the Bathroom" (pp. 63-72); reviews by Germaine Warkentin, David Blostein (of two Al Purdy works), Andrew Brink, Elizabeth Brewster, Wynne Francis, Philip Thody, A.A. Lee, Cecile Cloutier, and Keewatin Dewdney. Very short diagonal tear to top margin of pp. 9-10 (not affecting text), else very good. For the issue. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 35.00

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3 REANEY, James, (ed.). LOWTHER, Pat BISSETT, Bill BOWERING, George Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Eleven December 1965-March 1966
Alphabet, London, Ont, 1966, 
(LOWTHER, Pat). (REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Eleven December 1965-March 1966. London, Ont. : Alphabet, 1966. Pp. (1),2-80. 8vo, orange cardcovers, black lettering to front cover & spine. The eleventh issue [although, on the contents page, it curiously states that this is issue "number eight"?] of Reaney's Canadian literary journal. Contents: Jack Chambers's "Toronto-London One-Way -- Gray Coach Lines"; Stuart Shaw's "Montreal Receives Solly Krakowitz"; poetry by John Hirsch (four poems), Theodore Black, Pat Lowther ("Preacher and Rock"), Bill Bissett, two poems by George Bowering, Anthony Ruth, three poems by David Helwig, and Jack Chambers; Kenneth Peacock's "The Musicof the Doukhobors"; Marion Woodman's "Christo Mente Maria"; Dodecanese dra wings by John Hirsch; reviews by Alvin Lee, Mary Brown, B. Rajan, Bill Bissett, and Donald Hair. Very small dampspot to bottom edge, else very good. For the issue. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 25.00

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4 REANEY, James, (ed.). MacEWAN, Gwendolyn MANDEL, Eli TOWN, Harold Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Four, June 1962
Alphabet, London, Ont, 1962, 
(REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Four, June 1962. London, Ont.: Alphabet, 1962. Pp(2),3-74,(14). 8vo, yellow card covers, black lettering to front cover, bl ank spine. The fourth issue of Reaney's hand-set Canadian literary journal,dealing very broadly with the myth of Icarus. Contents: reviews by Ian Sow ton, Pamela Terry, Kenneth Winters, Hope Lee, Ronald Bates, Edward Yeomans,and Eli Mandel; poetry by Marvyne Jenoff, Peter Dale Scott, E.J. Barnes, G erald Vise, D.A. Campbell, Jack Tootell, John R. Colombo, Christopher Priestley, G.V. Downes, and Gwendolyn MacEwan ("Certain Flowers" and "Plea for the Morning"; articles by Warren Stevenson's "Christabel: A Re-interpretation", Alvin A. Lee's "Old Wine in New Bottles"; short stories and tales by Gary Johnston "Moose Meat" and Jack Chambers "Aircraft"; Eli Mandel's critical essay "Lapwing You Are, Lapwing He: A Not on Icarus in Myth and Poetry"; and fables by M. Morris (accompanied by five illustrations by Harold Town).Very good. For the issue. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than qutoed. 20.00

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5 REANEY, James, (ed.). BREWSTER, Elizabeth CURNOE, Greg KOGAWA, Joy Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Nine November 1964
Alphabet, London, Ont, 1964, 
(REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Nine November 1964. London, Ont.: Alphabet, 1964.Pp. (2),3-96. 8vo, brown card covers, black lettering to front cover, blan k spine. The ninth issue of Reaney's hand-set Canadian literary journal. Contents: reviews by Warren Stevenson; Keewatin Dewdney's "The Slaughterhouse"; Olga Skey's "The New Bug"; George H. Thomson's "The Real World of William Golding"; poetry by Ralph Cunningham, Lawrence Matthews, Elizabeth Brewster, Francis Sparshott, Tom Marshall, Stuart MacKinnon, William Hawkins, Sylvia Osterbind, Joy N. Kogawa ("For Life", an early poem), Rona Murphy, and Marvyne Jenoff; "A Note on David Willson's Temple"; Greg Curnoe's "Mirrors and Images (from The Coke Book)"; Keewatin Dewdney's "Ontario Farmhouses 1820-1890 (from A Book of Gables)"; reviews by A.A. Lee, Lionel Rubinoff, TomMarshall, F.E. Sparshott, Leo Ignatieff, Ed Kleiman (reviewing Leonard Coh en's "The Favourite Game"), Irene Dewdney and Greg Curnoe; Calligraphics byBill Bissett. Very good. For the issue. Due to its small size, shipping co sts should be cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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6 REANEY, James, (ed.). JOYCE, James) LEE, Dennis MacEWAN, Gwendolyn Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Seven, December 1963
Alphabet, London, Ont, 1963, 
(JOYCE, James). (REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Seven December 1963. London, Ont.: Alphabet, 1963. Pp. (2),3-92,(4). 8vo, green card covers, black letteringto front cover, blank spine. The seventh issue of Reaney's hand-set Canadi an literary journal, dealing very broadly with the myth of Misshipeshoo. Contents: Norval Morrisseau's "Misshipeshoo & Other Water Monsters"; poetry by Tony Urquhart, Dennis Lee, Rae Davis, Joan Finnegan, Gwendolyn MacEwan, Edward Yeomans, Peter Revell, D.G. Jones, Cecile Cloutier; Edward Duncan's "James Joyce & the Primitive Celtic Church" (pp. 17-38); Edward Yeomans's "W.B. Yeats and the 'Electric Motor Vision'"; monotypes by Greg Curnoe; Wilfred Watson's "Four Times Canada is Four"; and reviews by Edward Yeomans, Peter Revell, Harley Parker, Victor Cowie, and Milton Wilson. Very good. For the issue. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 25.00

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7 REANEY, James, (ed.). ATWOOD, Margaret GLASSCO, John FRASER. Raymond Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Six, June 1963
Alphabet, London, Ont, 1963, 
(ATWOOD, Margaret). (REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Six June 1963. London, Ont.: Alphabet, 1963. Pp (5),6-80. 8vo, red card covers, black lettering to frontcover, blank spine. The sixth issue of Reaney's hand-set Canadian literary journal, dealing very broadly with the myth of Job. Contents: Margaret Gay fer's "J.B. vs Job", Richard Stingle's "The Donnellys: Ritual Victims"; Poetry by Ben Jones, Marilyn Davis, Warren Stevenson, Jack Chambers, John Glassco, Margaret Atwood (four poems: 'The Orphan from Alberta', 'Poor Tom', 'Mad Mother Ballad' and 'Little Nell'); Alice Boissonneau's "The Women", excerpts from a radio play "Busride" by David Blostein, a fragment from RaymondFraser's novel "The Journey of Jacob Leare", Lorna Berman's "The Problem o f Evil in Sade"; reviews by William Bissett, Marilyn Davis, Peter Hughes, Ronald Bates, Sean Ward, Ben Jones, Margaret Atwood (of 'Aleksandr Blok:L Between Image and Idea'), David Blostein, and Adele Wiseman. Very good. For the issue. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 35.00

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8 REANEY, James, (ed.). ATWOOD, Margaret NICHOL, B.P. BRODSKY, Joseph Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Ten July 1965
Alphabet, London, Ont, 1965, 
(ATWOOD, Margaret). (BRODSKY, Josif [Joseph]). (REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Ten July 1965. London, Ont.: Alphabet, 1965. Pp. (1),2-96. 8vo, green card covers, black lettering to front cover and spine. The tenth issue of Reaney'sCanadian literary journal. Contents: reviews by Tim Bond, David Bromige, A ngela Graham, Stewart Thibaudeau, Colleen Thibaudeau, George Johnston, and John Beckwith; poetry by Nancy-Lou Patterson, Don Gutteridge, Joan Finnegan, T.D. MacLulich, [future Nobel Prize-winner and twenty-five-year old Joseph] Josif Brodsky's "Fish in Winter" translated by Leo Ignatieff (p.10, where it is incorrectly titled "Fish in Water"), Phyllis Gotlieb, four ideopomes by B.P. Nichol, Tom Marshall, Peter Revell, Peter Stevens, and Stuart MacKinnon; John Warkentin's "The Red River"; Jack Parr's "Ah Youth, Ah Joy!"; Donn Kushner's "Two Europeans"; emblem drawings for The Boatman by Jay Macpherson; Barry Lord's "The Swan"; Margaret Atwood's "Superwoman Drawn and Quartered: Early Forms of 'She'" (pp. 65-82). Very good. For the issue. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 30.00

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9 REANEY, James, (ed.). KOGAWA, Joy BISSETT, Bill KROETSCH, Robert Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Thirteen June 1967
Alphabet, London, Ont, 1967, 
(REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Thirteen June 1967. London, Ont.: Alphabet, 1967.Pp. (2),3-[116]. 8vo, white card covers, black and blue lettering to front cover and spine. The thirteenth issue of Reaney's Canadian literary journa l, dealing loosely with the myths surrounding the I Ching. Contents: G.V. Downes's "Myth: I Ching"; James Anderson's "Here a Line, There a Line, Everywhere a Line Line"; poetry by Edgar J. Lavoie, J. Ismail, Eli Mandel, two poems by Joy Kogawa, Robert Kroetsch [Lecker, Robert Kroetsch : An AnnotatedBibliography B12.], Lennox Brown, and John Hollander; Jospeh Toft's "Pumpk in"; Lorraine Vernon's "The Paper Jesus"; Hugh Hood's "Brother Andre, Pere Lamarche, & My Grandmother Eugenie Blagdon"; Andrew Brink's "The Vision of Edwin Muir"; graphics by Bill Bissett; reviews by Ross Woodman (including Irving Layton's "Collected Poems" and Phyllis Webb's "Naked Poems"), Elizabeth Waterston, Peter Neary, E.J. Devereux, Hsie-Yen Shih, Peter Stevens, Bill Bissett (on Leonard Cohen's "Beautiful Losers"), and Peter Revell. Name inked to contents page, nicking to spine, else very good. For the issue. Dueto its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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10 REANEY, James, (ed.). MacEWEN, Gwendolyn BISSETT, Bill NICOL, B.P. Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number twelve, August, 1966
Alphabet, London, Ont, 1966, 
(REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. number twelve, August, 1966. London, Ont.: Alphabet, 1966. Pp [1]-96. Illustrated. 8vo, pale yellow card covers, black lettering tofront cover. Short stories by W.D. Valgardson, Myron Johnson, and David Wi lliamson. Poetry by Marianne Brandis (illustrated), David Knight, Edgar J. Lavoie, Gwendolyn MacEwen, Bill Bissett, Peter Stevens, Keewatin Dewdney, G.H. Thomson, Rae Davis, Ronald Bates, John Boyle, and B.P. Nicol. Articles by Ann Hardy, and Keewatin Dewdney. Covers lightly browned, else very good.20.00

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11 TALMAN, James J. ARMSTRONG, F.H. (ed.) CARELESS, J.M.S. REANEY, James Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Ontario. : Essays Presented to James J. Talman. First Edition.in dust jacket, signed
University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1974, ISBN:0802020615 
(TALMAN, James J.). Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Ontario : Essays Presented to James J. Talman. Edited by F.H. Armstrong, H.A. Stevenson, [and] J.D. Wilson. (Toronto) : Published in association with The University of WesternOntario by University of Toronto Press, (1974). First Edition. Pp [i]-xiii ,(1),[1]-355,(3), frontis portrait. Maps. 8vo, brown cloth, red panel to front board. Contents : Hugh A. Stevenson's “James John Talman: Historian andLibrarian”; Leo A. Johnson's “The Settlement of the Western District 1749- 1850”; G.P. de T. Glazebrook's “The Origins of Local Government”; C.F.J. Whebell's “Robert Baldwin and Decentralization 1841-9”; J.M.S. Careless's “Some Aspects of Urbanization in Nineteenth-Century Ontario”; Frederick H. Armstrong & Daniel J. Brock'a “The Rise of London: A Study of Urban Evolution in Nineteenth-Century Southwestern Ontario”; M.L. Magill's “William Allan: A Pioneer Business Executive”; W.R. Wightman's “Construction Materials in Colonial Ontario 1831-61”; David P. Gaganfort's “The Security of Land: Mortgaging in Toronto Gore Township 1835-95”; Fred Landon?'s “The Common Man in the Era of the Rebellion in Upper Canada”; M.A. Garland & J.J. Talman's “Pioneer Drinking Habits and the Rise of the Temperance Agitation in Upper Canada Prior to 1840”; Allan Smith's “Old Ontario and the Emergence of a National Frame of Mind”; J. Donald Wilson's “The Teacher in Early Ontario”; J.D.Purdy's “The English Public School Tradition in Nineteenth-Century Ontario ”; James Reaney's “Myths in some Nineteenth-Century Ontario Newspapers”; Lillian Rea Benson's “The Illustrated Historical Atlases of Ontario with Special Reference to H. Belden & Co.”; M. Elizabeth Arthur's “The Frontier Politician”; Morris Zaslow's “Edward Barnes Borron, 1820-1915: Northern Pioneerand Public Servant Extraordinary”; George N. Emery's “Ontario Denied: The Methodist Church on the Prairies 1890-1914”; Carl F.Klinck's “Bookmen and Scholars”; Hilary Bates's “Bibliography of Academic and Journalistic Writings by James J. Talman.” Vg in rubbed dj. Signed on title page by Talman and Armstrong. 50.00

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12 REANEY, James MACKENZIE, William Lyon RAMPEN, Leo Boy with an R in His Hand : A tale of the type-riot at William Lyon Mackenzie's printing office in 1826. in dj
Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, 1965, 
REANEY, James. The Boy with an R in His Hand : A tale of the type-riot at William Lyon Mackenzie's printing office in 1826. Illustrated by Leo Rampen.Toronto : Macmillan of Canada, 1965. Pp 102. Illustrated. 8vo, pale yellow cloth. James Crerar Reaney, OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Easthope, Onta rio – d. June 11, 2008, London, Ontario). Name, else very good in vg dustajcket. 20.00

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13 CRAWFORD, Isabella Valancy. Literature of Canada: Poetry and Prose in Reprint. REANEY, James, intro. Collected Poems.
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1972, ISBN:0802061702 
CRAWFORD, Isabella Valancy. Collected Poems. Introduction by James Reaney. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, (1972). A facsimile of the 1905 Briggs edition. First Paperback Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-xxxiv,(4),[1]-309,(5). 8vo, illustrated blue card covers with white spine, white lettering to frontcover, blue lettering to spine. An unnumbered volume in the Literature of Canada: Poetry and Prose in Reprint series, General Editor: Douglas Lochhead. "This volume established Isabella Valancy Crawford as one of Canada's principal poets. Coupled with an introductory collage of viewpoints and reactions to her work by James Reaney it provides a vivid glimpse into the literary past of this country. Although her poetry reflects patterns of her time, Isabella Valancy Crawford was able to accept the raw and vigorous Canadian landscape on its own terms. She was the first of our poets for whom it became the setting for struggle, passion, love, and death." - from the rear cover. Faint cover creasing, else very good. 15.00

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14 CRAWFORD, Isabella Valancy. Literature of Canada: Poetry and Prose in Reprint. REANEY, James, intro. Collected Poems.
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1972, ISBN:0802019366 
CRAWFORD, Isabella Valancy. Collected Poems. Introduction by James Reaney. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, (1972). A facsimile of the 1905 Briggs edition. First Hardback Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-xxxiv,(4),[1]-309,(5). 8vo, illustrated blue card covers with white spine, white lettering to frontcover, blue lettering to spine. An unnumbered volume in the Literature of Canada: Poetry and Prose in Reprint series, General Editor: Douglas Lochhead. "This volume established Isabella Valancy Crawford as one of Canada's principal poets. Coupled with an introductory collage of viewpoints and reactions to her work by James Reaney it provides a vivid glimpse into the literary past of this country. Although her poetry reflects patterns of her time, Isabella Valancy Crawford was able to accept the raw and vigorous Canadian landscape on its own terms. She was the first of our poets for whom it became the setting for struggle, passion, love, and death. She celebrated theyoung land with an imagery enriched by allusions to North American Indian lore [...]" - from the dj flap. Penned name and blindstamp on title-page, very good, clean and tight in dustjacket. 30.00

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15 REANEY, James Colours in the Dark
Talonplays, with Macmillan of Canada, Vancouver, 1969, 
REANEY, James. Colours in the Dark. (Vancouver) : Talonplays, with Macmillan of Canada, (1969). Pp. (1)-90,[2]. 8vo, illustrated grey card covers withspine sunned blue. James Crerar Reaney, OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Ea sthope, Ontario – d. June 11, 2008, London, Ontario). This play was shown in Stratford, ON (directed by John Hirsch) and Vancouver (directed by Timothy Bond) in 1967 and 1969 respectively. Spine sunned, blue publisher's note forcibly removed verso front cover, small abrasion to title page (not affecting text), else very good. 15.00

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16 REANEY, James C. Publications of the Champlain Society, 116; General Series, 66) Champlain Society. DONNELLY family. Donnelly Documents : At Ontario Vendetta
Champlain Society, Toronto, 2004, ISBN:0968931723 
REANEY, James C. The Donnelly Documents : At Ontario Vendetta. A collectionof documents edited and introduced by James C. Reaney. Toronto: The Champl ain Society, 2004. Pp. (6),[vii]-cxlvi,(6),7-305,(13), + 1 plate and 1 folding chart. With several black and white illustrations to text. 8vo, pressedred cloth with gilt lettering and decoration to spine. James Crerar Reaney , OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Easthope, Ontario – d. June 11, 2008, London, Ontario). Publications of the Champlain Society, Volume LXVI. General Series number 66. Society Editors: Robert Craig Brown and Brian S. Osborne.Nine hundred and twenty-five copies of this volume have been printed for t he Champlain Society. Eight hundred and seventy-five are supplied to members of the Society and to subscribing libraries and fifty copies are reservedfor editorial purposes. This is an unnumbered copy. Includes a lengthy int roduction Reaney on the rise and explosive climax of the factional violencein Biddulph culminating in the deaths of several members of the Irish-immi grant Donnelly family. The bulk of the volume contains 67 documents relatedto various aspects of the feud. A very good, clean, tight copy. 65.00

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17 REANEY, James. DONNELLY. Handcuffs : The Donnellys, Part III. First Edition, Paperback.
Press Porcepic, Erin, 1977, ISBN:0888780532 
REANEY, James. Handcuffs : The Donnellys, Part III. (Erin, Ontario) : PressPorcepic, (1977). First Printing. Pp. (8),9-158,(2). 8vo, printed white ca rd covers, black lettering to front cover & spine, in brown and black lettered dustjacket. James Crerar Reaney, OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Easthope, Ontario – d. June 11, 2008, London, Ontario). "The first two parts of James Reaney's critically acclaimed trilogy, 'Sticks & Stones' and 'The St. Nicholas Hotel', explored the legend of South Western Ontario's hated and feared Black Donnellys and related the origins of the murderous feud betweenthe defiant Donnellys and their prejudiced community. 'Handcuffs' presents the culmination of events: the massacre of the Donnelly clan." - from the rear cover. Stamp to flyleaf, else very good in dustjacket, with sticker-removal abrasion to rear flap. 15.00

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18 REANEY, James Imprecations : The Art of Swearing. First Edition, Signed
Black Moss Press, Windsor, Ont., 1984, 
REANEY, James. Imprecations : The Art of Swearing. (Windsor, Ont.) : Black Moss Press, (1984). First Edition. Pp (16) unpaginated. 8vo [140 x 212 mm],art-illstrated green stitched wrappers, lettered in black. James Crerar Re aney, OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Easthope, Ontario – d. June 11, 2008,London, Ontario). A book of poetry. Gift inscription to end paper, else ve ry good. Inscribed by Reaney to half-title page 40.00

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19 REANEY, James Killdeer and other plays. First Edition
Macmillan Company of Canada, Toronto, 1962, 
REANEY, James. The Killdeer and other plays. Toronto : Macmillan Company ofCanada, Limited, 1962. First Printing. Pp. (10),3-224. 8vo, blue cloth wit h gilt lettering to spine. James Crerar Reaney, OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Easthope, Ontario – d. June 11, 2008, London, Ontario). Winner of the 1962 Governor-General's Award for Poetry or Drama. Includes: "The Killdeer", "The Sun and the Moon", "One-man Masque", and "Night-blooming Cereus". Name inside front board, a couple inked notes to flyleaf, else very good. 20.00

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20 REANEY, James Killdeer and other plays. First Edition in dustjacket
Toronto, 1962, 
REANEY, James. The Killdeer and other plays. Toronto : Macmillan Company ofCanada, Limited, 1962. First Printing. Pp. (10),3-224. 8vo, blue cloth wit h gilt lettering to spine. James Crerar Reaney, OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Easthope, Ontario – d. June 11, 2008, London, Ontario). Winner of the 1962 Governor-General's Award for Poetry or Drama. Includes: "The Killdeer", "The Sun and the Moon", "One-man Masque", and "Night-blooming Cereus". Gift inscription, else very good in nicked spine-browned dustjacket. 40.00

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