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1 NEW, W.H. WILSON, Ethel) MITCHELL, W.O.) MacLENNAN, Hugh) Articulating West : Essays on Purpose and Form in Modern Canadian Literature. First Edition in dustjacket.
New Press, Toronto, 1972, ISBN:0887707041 
NEW, W.H. Articulating West : Essays on Purpose and Form in Modern CanadianLiterature. Toronto: new press, 1972. First Printing. Pp. (6),[xi]-xxvi,(2 ),[3]-282. 8vo, brown cloth with black lettering to spine. Contents: Part I: Developing a Language of Myth: 1. A Life and Four Landscapes: Frederick John Niven; 2. Carol Coates Cassidy and the Form Dispute; 3. The Identity ofArticulation: Pratt's 'Towards the Last Spike'. Part II: Problems of Order ing Reality: 4. A Feeling of Completion: Aspects of W.O. Mitchell; 5. Sinclair Ross's Ambivalent World; 6. The Genius of Place and Time: The Fiction of Ethel Wilson; 7. The Irony of Order: Ethel Wilson's 'The Innocent Traveller' [McComb, Ethel Wilson : An Annotated Bibliography C36]. Part III: Ending the Liberal Pageant: 8. The Storm and After: MacLennan's 'Barometer Rising'; 9. The Apprenticeship of Discovery: Richler and MacLennan; 10. Winter and the Night-People: 'Return of the Sphinx'; 11. The Disappointed Decade. Part IV: Developing the Textures of Language: 12. Six Canadian Poets; 13. A Fiction Chronicle: Art and Politics, Artifice and Experience; 14. The Studhorse Quests. Part V: Voices for the Soundless Fugue: 15. Lowry, the Cabbalaand Charles Jones; 16. Gabriola: Malcolm Lowry's Floating Island; 17. Life and Times: Laurence's 'The Stone Angel'; 18. Equatorial Zones and Polar Op posites; 19. The Mind's Eyes (I's) (Ice): The Poetry of Margaret Avison; 20. Maker of Order, Prisoner of Dreams: The Poetry of Earle Birney. Very goodin rubbed dustjacket. 20.00

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2 NEW, W.H., (ed.) Canadian Literature : A Quarterly of Criticism and Review. No. 108, Spring,1986
1986, 
NEW, W.H., (ed.). Canadian Literature : A Quarterly of Criticism and Review. No. 108. Audrey Thomas's "A Fine Romance, My Dear, This Is" (pp. 5 - 12);O. S. Mitchell's "Tall Tales in the Fiction of W. O. Mitchell" (pp. 16 - 3 5); Eric Wright's "Detective Fiction: Letter to a Student Studying English 666 | (p. 40 - 44); Geoff Pevere's "Boys in the Box: Pop Culture and Criticsin Canada" (pP. 48-59); Solange Chaput-Rolland's "Les Téléromans: Une phén omène Québécois" (Pp. 62 - 64); Lorna Marie Irvine's "The Real Mr. Canada" (pp. 68-78); Joan Finnigan's "Say, That Reminds Me of Another Story" (p. 82- 90); Robin W. Winks' "Canadian Magazines" (pp. 94 - 103); George Bowerin g's "Baseball and the Canadian Imagination" (pp. 115 - 124); Peter Narvaez's "The Folklore of "Old Foolishness": Newfoundland Media Legends" (pp. 125 - 143). Poetry : Ralph Gustafson's "At the Ocean's Verge Again" (p. 12) and"Psalm 151 (p. 67); David Day's "The Unicorn" (pp. 13 - 14); John Barton's "Housebound" (p. 15); Robert Kroetsch's "Excerpts from The Real World" (ex cerpts p. 36); Erín Moure's "Sodality" (p. 38); Susan Andrews's "Non-Violence" (p. 39); Wm. B. Robertson's "Product of Turkey (p. 44 - 45); D. G. Jones' "Victoria (pp. 45 - 46); Leona Gom's "Arthritis (pp. 46 - 47); Martin Kevan's "Congratulations (pp. 59 - 60); David McFadden's "How to be Your Own Butcher (pp. 60 - 61); Barry Dempster's "A Tropic of Bookshelves (pp. 65 - 66); Tom Wayman's "The Runners (pp. 66 - 67); Glen Sorestad's "Air Canada Owls (pp. 79 - 80); Wm. B. Robertson's "Rememberance Day, 1983 (p. 91); Ken Norris's "One Day (p. 92); Dennis Cooley's "Trails in His Head (pp. 103 - 104) and "What's Good for General Motors (p. 105); Libby Scheier's "Sociology (p. 104) and "The Man" (p. 143). Also book reviews, cartoons, opinions & notes. Very good. 10.00

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3 NEW, W.H., ed. NOWLAN, Alden MacLEOD, Alistair RICHARDS, David Adams Canadian Short Fiction : From Myth to Modern
Prentice-Hall Canada Inc., Scarborough, 1986, ISBN:0131138200 
NEW, W.H., (ed.). Canadian Short Fiction : From Myth to Modern. Edited by W.H. New. Scarborough, ON: Prentice-Hall Canada Inc., (1986). First Printing. Pp. (7),viii-xii,1-516. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers with orange andwhite lettering to front and spine. Contents: Part I: Myths: Bill Reid and Robert Bringhurst's "The Raven and the First Men", Buhkwujjenene's "Nanabo ozhoo Creates the World", Aisa Qupiqrualuk's "Lumaaq", Edward M. Weyer's "The Sedna Myth", Norval Morriseau's "The Indian That Became a Thunderbird", George Bird Grinnell's "The Race", Ella Elizabeth Clark's "Coyote and the Salmon", Franz Boas's "The Sun Tests His Son-in-Law", and Alden Nowlan's "The Invisible Boy". Part II: Stories, Sketches and Tales: Thomas Chandler Haliburton's "The American Eagle" and "The Witch of Inky Dell", Catharine ParrTraill's "Female Trials in the Bush", Honoré Beaugrand's "La Chasse-Galeri e", Edward William Thomson's "Miss Minnely's Management", Susie Frances Harrison's "The Gilded Hammock", Sir Charles G.D. Roberts's "When Twilight Falls on the Stump Lots", Sara Jeanette Duncan's "A Visit to a Carmelite Convent", Duncan Campbell Scott's "Labrie's Wife", Stephen Leacock's "Hannah of the Highlands" and "The Retroactive Existence of Mr. Juggins", Jessie Georgina Sime's "Art", Ethel Wilson's "We Have to Sit Opposite", Raymond Knister's "The First Day of Spring", Morley Callaghan's "Ancient Lineage" and "A Sick Call", Sinclair Ross's "One's a Heifer", A.M. Klein's "The Bells of Sobor Spasitula", Joyce Marshall's "The Enemy", P.K. Page's "Unless the Eye Catch Fire...", Jacques Ferron's "Maritine, continued", Madeleine Ferron's "Be Fruitful and Multiply", Mavis Gallant's "The Latehomecomer" and "From theFifteenth District", Henry Kreisel's "The Travelling Nude", Norman Levine' s "In Lower Town", Margaret Laurence's "The Rain Child" and "Horses of the Night", Hugh Hood's "Going Out as a Ghost", Gilles Vigneault's "The Wall", Basil Johnston's "Cowboys and Indians", Alice Munro's "Chaddeleys and Flemings", Ann Copeland's "The Bear's Paw", Leon Rooke's "Adolpho's Disappeared and We Haven't a Clue Where to Find Him", Rudy Wiebe's "Where Is the Voice Coming From?", Audrey Thomas's "The More Little Mummy in the World" and "Natural History", Alistair MacLeod's "The Boat", Roch Carrier's "What Language Do Bears Speak?", Jack Hodgins's "The Concert Stages of Europe", Dave Godfrey's "A New Year's Morning on Bloor Street", John Metcalf's "Robert, standing", Margaret Atwood's "Bluebeard's Egg", Clark Blaise's "Eyes", Ken Mitchell's "The Great Electrical Revolution", Gwendolyn MacEwen's "The Second Coming of Julian the Magician", Michel Tremblay's "The Thimble", Andreas Schroeder's "The Cage", David Adams Richards's "Dane", and Neil Bissoondath's "Insecurity" Very good. 20.00

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4 New Brunswick Historical Society WILLET, John WATERBURY, David H. MILLIDGE, J.W. Collections of the New Brunswick Historical Society No. 11
Barnes & Co., Limited, Saint John, N.B., 1927, 
(New Brunswick Historical Society). Collections of the New Brunswick Historical Society, No. 11. Saint John, N.B.: Barnes & Co., Limited, Prince William Street, 1927. Pp (4),[143]-281,(1).. 8vo, rebound in green library cloth, spine plain.. John Willet's "Epitomised History of Saint John, N.B." (pp.143-205); and his "How Saint John Celebrated in the Good Old Times" (pp. 238-276); M.L. Hayward's "George W. Orser and the 'Orserites'" (pp.214-237); Rev. J.W. Millidge's "Some Notes on the History of Charlotte County, New Brunswick" (pp.206-213); and Henry Wilmot's "Life and Times of Dr.John Caleef, a Prominent Loyalist" (pp.277-281). Ex-library (inkstamps to endpapers, and elsewhere), some dampstaining to last page, smudges to title page, else very good. 30.00

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5 New Brunswick Historical Society WILLET, John WATERBURY, David H. MILLIDGE, J.W. Collections of the New Brunswick Historical Society No. 11
Barnes & Co., Limited, Saint John, N.B., 1927, 
(New Brunswick Historical Society). Collections of the New Brunswick Historical Society, No. 11. Saint John, N.B.: Barnes & Co., Limited, Prince William Street, 1927. Pp (4),[143]-281,(1). 8vo, tan wraps. John Willet's "Epitomised History of Saint John, N.B." (pp.143-205); and his "How Saint John Celebrated in the Good Old Times" (pp. 238-276); M.L. Hayward's "George W. Orser and the 'Orserites'" (pp.214-237); Rev. J.W. Millidge's "Some Notes on the History of Charlotte County, New Brunswick" (pp.206-213); and Henry Wilmot's "Life and Times of Dr.John Caleef, a Prominent Loyalist" (pp.277-281). Top inch of spine gone, else very good, clean & presentable. 37.00

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6 NEW, W.H., ed. Encyclopedia of Literature in Canada. First Edition in dustjacket.
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2002, ISBN:0802007619 
NEW, W.H., (ed.). Encyclopedia of Literature in Canada. Edited by W.H. New.Toronto: University of Toronto Press, (2002). First Printing. Pp. (6),[vii ]-xxii,(2),3-1347,(5). 8vo, black cloth with metallic red lettering to spine. "Canada's rich, diverse literary heritage has long attracted widespread recognition, and in recent years Canadian writers have won nearly every major international literary award. The breadth and sophistication of Canada'sliterature demands precisely the kind of critical reflection that W.H. New 's comprehensive 'Encyclopedia of Literature in Canada' now offers to readers. This up-to-date reference book brings together three hundred leading Canadianists to look at literature in Canada from a variety of perspectives. In ovr two thousand entries that attest to Canada's cultural plurality, theEncyclopedia covers literature in English and French, and alos in such oth er languages as Yiddish, Spanish, Haida, and Cree. It discusses authors andtheir work, related literary and social issues, riofessional institutions that play a role in the lives of Canadian writers, and the major historicaland cultural events that have shaped Canada." - from the dustjacket. Very good in dustjacket. Due to the weight of this book, shipping costs may be higher than quoted. 48.00

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7 RAYMOND, W.O. New Brunswick Historical Society Collections 12 WATERBURY, David H. MILLIDGE, J.W. Incidents in the History of Saint John. in the Collections of the New Brunswick Historical Society, No. 12
1928, 
RAYMOND, W.O., Venerable Archdeacon. "Incidents in the History of Saint John, New Brunswick." An article in the Collections of the New Brunswick Historical Society, No. 12, 1928, pp.313-319. Saint John, N.B.: Barnes & Co., Limited, 1928. Whole number: Pp [4],287-355,(1),iv,(2),iv. 8vo, green cloth with original wrappers bound in. "Completing Vol.IV, with index." Also : Raymond's "Histoire du Madawaska: Record of the Youngest County of the Province told in Book Form" (pp.287-291); "Bears in New Brunswick in the Olden Time" (pp.350-355) and "Concerning a Name" (on Odber, his middle name, pp.327-30); David H. Waterbury's "A Chat on the Way from the City to Gondola Pointon the Beautiful Kennebecasis" (pp.292-312); J.W. Millidge's "Events of th e Decade, 1860-1870" (pp.320-326) and "Some Reminiscences of the City of Saint John and the Province of New Brunswick, 1870-1880" (pp.340-349); and Timothy O'Brien's "The First Earl of Sheffield" (pp.331-339). Very good. 38.00

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8 New Writing) LEHMANN, John (foreword) BIRNEY, Earle AUDEN, W. H. Poems from New Writing. First Edition in dustjacket
John Lehmann, London , 1946, 
(New Writing). Poems from New Writing 1936-1946. With a Foreword by John Lehmann. London : John Lehmann, 1946. First UK Edition. Pp. 189. 8vo, orange cloth, gilt titles to spine. Includes poems by Walter Allen, Georg Anders, Louis Aragon, Theresa Ashton, Robin Atthill, W.H. Auden, Donald Bain, George Barker, Joan Barton, Earle Birney, Charles Brasch, Vwadiswav Bronievski, J. Bronowski, Jocelyn Brooke, Anthony Brown, Harry Brown, Norman Cameron, Demetrios Capetanakis, André Chamson, Alex Comfort, John Cornford, Maurice James Craig, Allen Curnow, R.N. Currey, Clifford Dyment, Odysseus Elytis, Roy Fuller, David Gasgoyne, Robert Graves, Bernard Gutteridge, Norman Hampson, Arthur Harvey, John Heath-Stubbs, Hamish Henderson, Peter Hewett, GillianHughes, Pierre Jean Jouve, Laurie Lee, John Lehmann, Alun Lewis, C, Day Le wis, Lawrence Little, Federico Garcia Lorca, David Luke, Louis MacNeice, H.B. Mallalieu, Ewart Milne, Nicholas Moore, Vitkzlav Nezval, Norman Nicholson, William Plomer, Pantelis Prevelakis, F.T. Prince, Henry Reed, Anne Ridler, Michael Riviere, Alan Ross, May Sarton, George Seferis, Jaroslav Seifert, Edith Sitwell, Stephen Spender, W.F.M. Stewart, Randall Swingler, A.J.S. Tessimond, Dunstan Thompson, Terence Tiller, Robert Waller, Diana Witherby,L.J. Yates, and Peter Yates. Owner's name to ffep, else vg in rubbed, edge worn dj. 40.00

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9 NEW, W. H. Riverbook & Ocean
Oolichan Books, 2002, ISBN:0889822085 
NEW, W. H. Riverbook & Ocean. Lantzville, BC: Oolichan Books, 2002. Pp. 100. 8vo, blue ill. card covers. The B.C. poet's fourth collection of poems. Vg. 15.00

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10 BUNTING, W.H. Society for the Preservation of New Engalnd Antiquities. STEBBINS, N.L. Steamers, Schooners, Cutters, and Sloops : Marine Photographs of N.L. Stebbins taken from 1884 to 1907. Hardcover in dustjacket.
Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1974, ISBN:039519895X 
BUNTING, W.H. Steamers, Schooners, Cutters, and Sloops : Marine Photographsof N.L. Stebbins taken from 1884 to 1907. Selected and Annotated by W.H. B unting. Boston: Published by the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities by Houghton Mifflin Co., 1974. First Printing. Pp (3),4-126,(2). Double column. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, black spine with blue boards. Morris & Howland p.23. A fascinating glimpse at maritime New England during the transitional period between the demise of working sail and the dominance of the steam- and motor ship. By the compiler and author of the wonderfulPortrait of a Port: Boston 1852-1914. Subjects include the Cunard liner Et ruria, the battleship USS Missouri (1903), the General Slocum, the barkentine Rachel Emery, various schooner yachts (Dauntless, Coronet, Atalanta, Endymion, and Gitana), the fishing schooners Ellen C. Burke and Jessie Costa, various America's Cup competitors including the Columbia and the Reliance, the coal schooner Mertie B. Crowley, the sloop Hiawatha, and others. Faint sunning to edges, else very good in nicked, lightly spotted dustjacket. 40.00

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