Hi, Sister, Hi, Brother! First Edition.

By: WALLACE, Joe BETHUNE, Norman)

Price: $30.00

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WALLACE, Joe. Hi, Sister, Hi, Brother!. Toronto : New Frontiers, 1956. First Printing. Pp (4),5-36, with photo portrait affixed to p.[2]. 8vo, stapledplain white cardcovers, with brown imitation leather jacket, with paper la bel on front, black lettering to spine. Laugher p.588, Watters p.203, Weinrich, Social Protest from the Left in Canada, 1870-1970: A Bibliography 3928. Not in Rhodenizer. Joseph Sylvester Wallace ( b. October 29, 1890, Oshawa, Ontario - d. December 1, 1975, Vancouver [?]), lived in Truro, North Sydney and Halifax, was a journalist and literary radical who was involved withvarious Canadian and Nova Scotian worker, communist and labour parties. Th e poems : "Hi, Sister, Hi, Brother!", "Warsaw", "Warsaw Ghetto Memorial", "Man Aches", "Hungary", "Chinese Army", "All Compasses Point to Canada", "The Stubborn Splendor", "Acsendant", "Son of Martha", "A Cry for Justice", "Verse", "All Together", "Forever", "O Yes You Didn't", "As We Come to the Second Sleep", "Wedding Vow", "Tunes from an Old Music Box", "From Him That Hath (Dedicated to Wilson MacDonald)", "Harvest ", "Onslow", "Peace on Earth", "Verse", "Hail and Farewell", "Grey Horses", "Snowflakes", "Verse", "Birmingham Street", "The Saga of Doctor Bethune" (pp.21-24), "To All the Good Companions", "The Merrymen", "Nursery Verse", "Self Criticism", "I Wasn't There", "Proverb", "My Daughter", "Avowal", "Babylon", "Verse", "Nightfall","Dayenu", "All Palaces and Pinions", "If It Be Death", "Christ Hanging fro m a Crucifix", "Sing the Song" and "Greetings". One corner of front label folded over, else very good. Signed by Wallace, with inscription dated "9.24.56" Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 30.00

Title: Hi, Sister, Hi, Brother! First Edition.

Author Name: WALLACE, Joe BETHUNE, Norman)

Categories: 888,

Publisher: New Frontiers, Toronto, 1956,:

Seller ID: 105827

Keywords: CANADA LITERATURE POETRY LABOUR LABOR SOCIALIST NOVA SCOTIA CANADIAN SOCIALISM VERSE POETS,