Studies in Maritime Literary History, 1760-1930


DAVIES, Gwendolyn. Studies in Maritime Literary History, 1760-1930. Fredericton : Acadiensis Press, 1991. Pp (8),[9]-206,(2). 8vo, purple trade paperback. Contents: Introduction: Steering to Our Sources; Persona in Planter Journals; Consolation to Distress: Loyalist Literary Activity in the Maritimes; James Irving: Literature and Libel in Early Nova Scotia; Penetrating into Scott's Field: The Covenanting Fiction of Thomas McCulloch; "Dearer Than His Dog": Literary Women in Pre-Confederation Nova Scotia; The Club Papers:Haliburton's Literary Apprenticeship; William Charles M'Kinnon: Cape Breto n's Sir Walter Scott; Sailing for the Goldfields: The Ballarat Maritime Provinces Connection; James DeMille's The Dodge Club and the Tradition of Nineteenth-Century American Travel Literature; "A Past of Orchards": Rural Change in Maritime Literature before Confederation; The Song Fishermen: A Regional Poetry Celebration; Frank Parker Day's Rockbound; The "Home Place" in Modern Maritime Literature. With an index. Very good. 15.00

Title: Studies in Maritime Literary History, 1760-1930

Author Name: DAVIES, Gwendolyn DAY, Frank Parker McCULLOCH, Thomas M'KINNON, William Charles

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Acadiensis Press, Fredericton, 1991, ISBN:0919107346:

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Keywords: LITERATURE LITERARY CRITICISM CANADIAN NOVA SCOTIA WOMEN NEW BRUNSWICK CANADA,