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1 SMITH, Norma E Hill and Far Away.
1948, 
SMITH, Norma E. The Hill and Far Away. No pl.: no pub., n.d. [1948]. Pp (2),3-60. 8vo, stapled illustrated blue card covers. Laugher p.537. Norma Ethel Smith (b. 13 December 1886, Halifax - d. 21 September 1948, Halifax). A book of poetry divided into six sections : Miscellaneous; Chiefly Lyrical; Christmas; Easter; Dramatic and Descriptive; Town of My Heart. It includes "Evangeline", "The Brides of St. Paul's", "The Little Ships". The full list:"The Golden Pheasant", "Sight", "The Girls' Fountain", "The Ivory Peacock" , "The Tree Will Sing of Our Love," "Songs of a Fool" : Come to the Trees -When the New Wine - Twilight Comes as a Bride - Come Away Love; "Outside t he Wall", "Snow Is Feathers"", "All Your Lovely Words Are Spoken", "David Drillio", "The Lunatic's Lover", "Close to the Life Beyond 1 Came", "Retrospect", "Annunciation", "The Vigil", "The Bird of Christmas", "A Song of Bethlehem", " Simon of Cyrene", "Procla", "Vision", "The White Wolf", "Evangeline", "The Alaska Highway", "Gold", "The Four Christs", "Pamela", "The Face", "The Brides of St. Paul's ", "The Little Ships (Halifax, June 21, 1749)","The Watchman (Toddy MacPhee, Halifax, 1800)", and "The Haunted Road" of w hich this is the first stanza: "l took the road to Bedford, The road which leads from town, The haunted road to Bedford, A ribbon long, aad brown, Where in the pearly twilight Frail ghosts walk up and down." Spine darkened, name, bookplate, else vg. 20.00

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2 SMITH, Norma E Hill and Far Away.
1948, 
SMITH, Norma E. The Hill and Far Away. No pl.: no pub., n.d. [1948]. Pp (2),3-60. 8vo, stapled illustrated blue card covers. Laugher p.537. Norma Ethel Smith (b. December 13, 1886, Halifax - d. September 21, 1948, Halifax). Abook of poetry divided into six sections : Miscellaneous; Chiefly Lyrical; Christmas; Easter; Dramatic and Descriptive; Town of My Heart. It includes "Evangeline", "The Brides of St. Paul's", "The Little Ships". The full lis t: "The Golden Pheasant", "Sight", "The Girls' Fountain", "The Ivory Peacock", "The Tree Will Sing of Our Love," "Songs of a Fool" : Come to the Trees- When the New Wine - Twilight Comes as a Bride - Come Away Love; "Outside the Wall", "Snow Is Feathers"", "All Your Lovely Words Are Spoken", "David Drillio", "The Lunatic's Lover", "Close to the Life Beyond 1 Came", "Retro spect", "Annunciation", "The Vigil", "The Bird of Christmas", "A Song of Bethlehem", " Simon of Cyrene", "Procla", "Vision", "The White Wolf", "Evangeline", "The Alaska Highway", "Gold", "The Four Christs", "Pamela", "The Face", "The Brides of St. Paul's ", "The Little Ships (Halifax, June 21, 1749)", "The Watchman (Toddy MacPhee, Halifax, 1800)", and "The Haunted Road" ofwhich this is the first stanza: "l took the road to Bedford, The road whic h leads from town, The haunted road to Bedford, A ribbon long, aad brown, Where in the pearly twilight Frail ghosts walk up and down." Very good. 25.00

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3 SMITH, Norma E Hill and Far Away. Signed.
1948, 
SMITH, Norma E. The Hill and Far Away. No pl.: no pub., n.d. [1948]. Pp (2),3-60. 8vo, stapled illustrated blue card covers. Laugher p.537. Norma Ethel Smith (b. 13 December 1886, Halifax - d. 21 September 1948, Halifax). A book of poetry divided into six sections : Miscellaneous; Chiefly Lyrical; Christmas; Easter; Dramatic and Descriptive; Town of My Heart. It includes "Evangeline", "The Brides of St. Paul's", "The Little Ships". The full list:"The Golden Pheasant", "Sight", "The Girls' Fountain", "The Ivory Peacock" , "The Tree Will Sing of Our Love," "Songs of a Fool" : Come to the Trees -When the New Wine - Twilight Comes as a Bride - Come Away Love; "Outside t he Wall", "Snow Is Feathers"", "All Your Lovely Words Are Spoken", "David Drillio", "The Lunatic's Lover", "Close to the Life Beyond 1 Came", "Retrospect", "Annunciation", "The Vigil", "The Bird of Christmas", "A Song of Bethlehem", " Simon of Cyrene", "Procla", "Vision", "The White Wolf", "Evangeline", "The Alaska Highway", "Gold", "The Four Christs", "Pamela", "The Face", "The Brides of St. Paul's ", "The Little Ships (Halifax, June 21, 1749)","The Watchman (Toddy MacPhee, Halifax, 1800)", and "The Haunted Road" of w hich this is the first stanza: "l took the road to Bedford, The road which leads from town, The haunted road to Bedford, A ribbon long, aad brown, Where in the pearly twilight Frail ghosts walk up and down." Slightly rubbed, else vg. Signed by author. 30.00

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