Canadian Short Fiction : From Myth to Modern

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

Title: Canadian Short Fiction : From Myth to Modern

Author Name: NEW, W.H., ed. NOWLAN, Alden MacLEOD, Alistair RICHARDS, David Adams

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Publisher: Prentice-Hall Canada Inc., Scarborough, 1986, ISBN:0131138200:

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