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Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Nine November 1964

By: REANEY, James, (ed.). BREWSTER, Elizabeth CURNOE, Greg KOGAWA, Joy

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Alphabet, London, Ont, 1964,:

Seller ID: 102307


(REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Nine November 1964. London, Ont.: Alphabet, 1964.Pp. (2),3-96. 8vo, brown card covers, black lettering to front cover, blan k spine. The ninth issue of Reaney's hand-set Canadian literary journal. Contents: reviews by Warren Stevenson; Keewatin Dewdney's "The Slaughterhouse"; Olga Skey's "The New Bug"; George H. Thomson's "The Real World of William Golding"; poetry by Ralph Cunningham, Lawrence Matthews, Elizabeth Brewster, Francis Sparshott, Tom Marshall, Stuart MacKinn... View more info

Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Seven, December 1963

By: REANEY, James, (ed.). JOYCE, James) LEE, Dennis MacEWAN, Gwendolyn

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Alphabet, London, Ont, 1963,:

Seller ID: 102304


(JOYCE, James). (REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Seven December 1963. London, Ont.: Alphabet, 1963. Pp. (2),3-92,(4). 8vo, green card covers, black letteringto front cover, blank spine. The seventh issue of Reaney's hand-set Canadi an literary journal, dealing very broadly with the myth of Misshipeshoo. Contents: Norval Morrisseau's "Misshipeshoo & Other Water Monsters"; poetry by Tony Urquhart, Dennis Lee, Rae Davis, Joan Finnegan, Gwendolyn MacEwan, Edward Yeomans, Peter Revell, D.G. Jones, Cecile Cloutier; Edward Du... View more info

Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Thirteen June 1967

By: REANEY, James, (ed.). KOGAWA, Joy BISSETT, Bill KROETSCH, Robert

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Alphabet, London, Ont, 1967,:

Seller ID: 102310


(REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Thirteen June 1967. London, Ont.: Alphabet, 1967.Pp. (2),3-[116]. 8vo, white card covers, black and blue lettering to front cover and spine. The thirteenth issue of Reaney's Canadian literary journa l, dealing loosely with the myths surrounding the I Ching. Contents: G.V. Downes's "Myth: I Ching"; James Anderson's "Here a Line, There a Line, Everywhere a Line Line"; poetry by Edgar J. Lavoie, J. Ismail, Eli Mandel, two poems by Joy Kogawa, Robert Kroetsch [Lecker, Robert Kroetsc... View more info

Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Eleven December 1965-March 1966

By: REANEY, James, (ed.). LOWTHER, Pat BISSETT, Bill BOWERING, George

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Alphabet, London, Ont, 1966,:

Seller ID: 102309


(LOWTHER, Pat). (REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Eleven December 1965-March 1966. London, Ont. : Alphabet, 1966. Pp. (1),2-80. 8vo, orange cardcovers, black lettering to front cover & spine. The eleventh issue [although, on the contents page, it curiously states that this is issue "number eight"?] of Reaney's Canadian literary journal. Contents: Jack Chambers's "Toronto-London One-Way -- Gray Coach Lines"; Stuart Shaw's "Montreal Receives Solly Krakowitz"; poetry by John Hirsch (four poems), Theodore Bl... View more info

Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Four, June 1962

By: REANEY, James, (ed.). MacEWAN, Gwendolyn MANDEL, Eli TOWN, Harold

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Alphabet, London, Ont, 1962,:

Seller ID: 102260


(REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number Four, June 1962. London, Ont.: Alphabet, 1962. Pp(2),3-74,(14). 8vo, yellow card covers, black lettering to front cover, bl ank spine. The fourth issue of Reaney's hand-set Canadian literary journal,dealing very broadly with the myth of Icarus. Contents: reviews by Ian Sow ton, Pamela Terry, Kenneth Winters, Hope Lee, Ronald Bates, Edward Yeomans,and Eli Mandel; poetry by Marvyne Jenoff, Peter Dale Scott, E.J. Barnes, G erald Vise, D.A. Campbell, Jack Tootell, John R. Colombo, Christopher Pries... View more info

Alphabet : A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. Number twelve, August, 1966

By: REANEY, James, (ed.). MacEWEN, Gwendolyn BISSETT, Bill NICOL, B.P.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Alphabet, London, Ont, 1966,:

Seller ID: 80548


(REANEY, James, (ed.). Alphabet : A Semiannual devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination. number twelve, August, 1966. London, Ont.: Alphabet, 1966. Pp [1]-96. Illustrated. 8vo, pale yellow card covers, black lettering tofront cover. Short stories by W.D. Valgardson, Myron Johnson, and David Wi lliamson. Poetry by Marianne Brandis (illustrated), David Knight, Edgar J. Lavoie, Gwendolyn MacEwen, Bill Bissett, Peter Stevens, Keewatin Dewdney, G.H. Thomson, Rae Davis, Ronald Bates, John Boyle, and B.P. Nicol. Articles by Ann Hardy, and Keewatin Dewdney. Covers lightly browned, else very good.... View more info

Handcuffs : The Donnellys, Part III. First Edition, Paperback.

By: REANEY, James. DONNELLY.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Press Porcepic, Erin, 1977, ISBN:0888780532:

Seller ID: 108671


REANEY, James. Handcuffs : The Donnellys, Part III. (Erin, Ontario) : PressPorcepic, (1977). First Printing. Pp. (8),9-158,(2). 8vo, printed white ca rd covers, black lettering to front cover & spine, in brown and black lettered dustjacket. James Crerar Reaney, OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Easthope, Ontario – d. June 11, 2008, London, Ontario). "The first two parts of James Reaney's critically acclaimed trilogy, 'Sticks & Stones' and 'The St. Nicholas Hotel', explored the legend of South Western Ontario's hated and feared Black Donnellys and related the origins of the murderous feud b... View more info

St. Nicholas Hotel, Wm. Donnelly, Prop. : The Donnellys, Part II. First Edition, Paperback.

By: REANEY, James. DONNELLY.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Press Porcepic, Erin, 1976, ISBN:0888780516:

Seller ID: 108670


REANEY, James. St. Nicholas Hotel, Wm. Donnelly, Prop. : The Donnellys, Part II. (Erin, Ontario) : Press Porcepic, (1976). First Printing. Pp. (8),9-159,(1). 8vo, printed white cardcovers, black lettering to front cover and spine, in brown and black lettered art-illustrated dustjacket. James Crerar Reaney, OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Easthope, Ontario – d. June 11, 2008, London, Ontario). "The story of this play concerns a race, a race between the Donnelly boys and their enemies. The road the race takes place on hastollgates with signs on them saying: No Donnallys Are To... run a sta... View more info

Sticks & Stones : The Donnellys, Part I. Paperback.

By: REANEY, James. DONNELLY. NOONAN, James.

Price: $12.50

Publisher: Press Porcepic, Erin, 1976, ISBN:0888781172:

Seller ID: 108669


REANEY, James. Sticks & Stones : The Donnellys, Part I. With scholarly apparatus by James Noonan. (Erin, Ontario) : Press Porcepic, (1976). Third Printing. Pp. (8),9-179,(5). 8vo, decorated white card covers with black and brown lettering to front cover and spine. James Crerar Reaney, OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Easthope, Ontario – d. June 11, 2008, London, Ontario). "The complete storty of the Donnelly Tragedy is too large for one evening. This play gets you started and takes you as far as one of those moments after which things will never be the same again. When 'persons unknown' b... View more info

Masks of Childhood : The Easter Egg, Three Desks, The Killdeer. First Paperback Edition.

By: REANEY, James. New Drama, 2). PARKER, Brian, ed., with an afterword).

Price: $14.00

Publisher: New Press, Toronto, 1972, ISBN:0887706002:

Seller ID: 109639


REANEY, James. Masks of Childhood : The Easter Egg, Three Desks, The Killdeer. Edited and with an afterword by Brian Parker. Toronto : New Press, 1972. First Paperback Printing. Pp. (4),v-ix,(3),3-292,(2). 8vo, illustrated yellow cardcovers with black lettering to front cover and spine. Volume 2 in the New Drama series. James Crerar Reaney, OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Easthope, Ontario – d. June 11, 2008, London, Ontario). Name inked to titlepage, else very good. 14.00 View more info

Wacousta! : A melodrama in three acts, with a description of its development in workshops. First Edition, Paperback.

By: REANEY, James. RICHARDSON, John).

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Press Porcepic, Toronto and Victoria, 1979, ISBN:088878175x:

Seller ID: 108674


REANEY, James. Wacousta! [Front cover adds: "A melodrama in three acts, with a description of its development in workshops"]. Toronto and Victoria : Press Porcepic Limited, (1979). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (5),6-[163],(1). 8vo, printed red card covers with white lettered purple title block to front cover, white lettering to front and spine. James Crerar Reaney, OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Easthope, Ontario – d. June 11, 2008, London, Ontario). "'Wacousta!' is a tale of adventure, intrigue, mystery and love set in 1763 at the British forts of Detroit and Michilimackinac. ... View more info

Names and Nicknames. A play. Paperback.

By: REANEY, James. Talonbooks Theatre for the Young series).

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Talonbooks, Vancouver, 1978, ISBN:0889221545:

Seller ID: 108673


REANEY, James. Names and Nicknames. A play. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1978. First thus printing. Pp. (4),5-47,(1). 8vo, illustrated white card covers, black lettering to front cover & black lettering to spine. A volume in the Talonbooks Theatre for the Young series. (Grades 2-3 and up). James Crerar Reaney, OC, FRSC (b. September 1, 1926, Easthope, Ontario – d. June 11, 2008,London, Ontario). Cover drawing by Sandra Barrett. "In James Reaney's 'Nam es and Nicknames', Old Mr. Thorntree attempts to blight the lives of FarmerDell's children by giving them nasty names at birth. The parents reta... View more info

Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Ontario. : Essays Presented to James J. Talman. First Edition.in dust jacket, signed

By: TALMAN, James J. ARMSTRONG, F.H. (ed.) CARELESS, J.M.S. REANEY, James

Price: $50.00

Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1974, ISBN:0802020615:

Seller ID: 43244


(TALMAN, James J.). Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Ontario : Essays Presented to James J. Talman. Edited by F.H. Armstrong, H.A. Stevenson, [and] J.D. Wilson. (Toronto) : Published in association with The University of WesternOntario by University of Toronto Press, (1974). First Edition. Pp [i]-xiii ,(1),[1]-355,(3), frontis portrait. Maps. 8vo, brown cloth, red panel to front board. Contents : Hugh A. Stevenson's “James John Talman: Historian andLibrarian”; Leo A. Johnson's “The Settlement of the Western District 1749- 1850”; G.P. de T. Glazebrook's “The Origins of Local Government... View more info

Stories from Ontario. First Edition in dustjacket.

By: WARKENTIN, Germaine, selected by MUNRO, Alice REANEY, James LEACOCK, Stephen

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, 1974, ISBN:077051068x:

Seller ID: 101482


WARKENTIN, Germaine, selected by. Stories from Ontario. A selection by Germaine Warkentin [with introduction]. [Toronto]: Macmillan of Canada, (1974).First Printing. Pp. (8),[ix]-xv,(1),[1]-272. 8vo, green cloth with gilt le ttering to spine. "The twenty-two stories collected here take their character from the Ontarian confrontation with time, that reflective glance acrossexperiential boundaries which is inspired by a sense of the past alive in the present. Paradoxes of place, history and humanity are presented throughthe creative modes of subject, mood and character to define an experienc... View more info