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Dunino.

By: SCOBIE, Stephen

Price: $12.50

Publisher: Signal Editions, Montreal, 1989, ISBN:0919890989:

Seller ID: 80846


SCOBIE, Stephen. Dunino. Montreal : Signal Editions, (1989). First Edition.Pp [1]-79,(1). 8vo, blue and green card covers. “One of the literary hats Stephen Scobie wears is that of the traditional teller of tales. In this series of poems he grapples with the effects of wide travel, poetic forbears (Rilke in particular), and his Scottish ancestry. Dunino is a tale told with all the powers of the seasoned poet. [...] Born in Carnoustie, Scotland, the author has lived in Canada since 1965. He teaches at the University of Victoria.” - from the back cover. Very good. Signed without inscription ... View more info

Ballad of Isabel Gunn

By: SCOBIE, Stephen

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Quarry Press, Kingston, 1987, ISBN:0919627528:

Seller ID: 34554


SCOBIE, Stephen. The Ballad of Isabel Gunn. (Kingston, Ont.): Quarry Press,(1987). Pp 58. 8vo, white card covers. "This traditional ballad is based, imaginitively, on the life of Isabel Gunn, an Orcadian who disguised herself as a man in order to join her lover in the service of the Hudson's Bay Company. She shipped from Scotland to Canada in 1803, and worked with the Hudson's Bay Company until her 'true' identity was discovered." - from the rear cover. Vg. 15.00 View more info

Grand Memory for Forgetting

By: SCOBIE, Stephen

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Longspoon Press, Edmonton, 1981, ISBN:0919285058:

Seller ID: 34643


SCOBIE, Stephen. A Grand Memory for Forgetting . (Edmonton): Longspoon Press, (1981). Pp 145. 8vo, white card covers. A book of poems. Light spotting to edges, else vg. 15.00 View more info

Dunino.

By: SCOBIE, Stephen

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Signal Editions, Montreal, 1989, ISBN:0919890989:

Seller ID: 100076


SCOBIE, Stephen. Dunino. Montreal : Signal Editions, (1989). First Edition.Pp [1]-79,(1). 8vo, blue and green card covers. “One of the literary hats Stephen Scobie wears is that of the traditional teller of tales. In this series of poems he grapples with the effects of wide travel, poetic forbears (Rilke in particular), and his Scottish ancestry. Dunino is a tale told with all the powers of the seasoned poet. [...] Born in Carnoustie, Scotland, the author has lived in Canada since 1965. He teaches at the University of Victoria.” - from the back cover. Includes the following poems: "Pic... View more info

White Pelican : A Quarterly Review of the Arts. 1st 11 issues

By: WATSON, Shelia, Stephen SCOBIE, Douglas BARBOUR et al. ONDAATJE, Michael NICHOL, bp WIEBE, Rudy

Price: $200.00

Publisher: White Pelican, Edmonton, 1971,:

Seller ID: 49087


WATSON, Shelia, Stephen SCOBIE, Douglas BARBOUR, John ORRELL, Norman YATES and Dorothy LIVESAY. White Pelican : A Quarterly Review of the Arts. Edmonton : White Pelican, Winter 1971 - Summer 1973. First Eleven Issues. Pp. 64 each. 8vo, card covers of various colours with illustration of penguin by Norman Yates to front. Winter 1971 1/1. With works by Elizabeth McLuhan, RoyKiyooka, Miriam Mandel and Wilfred Watson; Spring 1971 1/2. With works by bp Nichol. Michael Ondaatje and Ian Hamilton Finlay; Summer 1971 1/3. Postures of Survival Issue; Fall 1971 1/4. North Issue; Winter 1972 2/1. Image Ba... View more info