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IN RUPERT'S LAND: MEMOIRS OF WALTER TRAILL., Atwood, Mae, editor.  (Walter Traill.)
1 Atwood, Mae, editor. (Walter Traill.) IN RUPERT'S LAND: MEMOIRS OF WALTER TRAILL.
Toronto McClelland & Stewart 1970 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Good 
232 pp, 8 3/4" H. Map endpapers. "Here is a lively and informative history of Walter J.S. Traill, youngest son of the famous Canadian pioneer settler, Catharine Parr Traill. Born in 1847, (he) left home - near Lakefield in Canada West - at 19 and set out for Prince Rupert's Land as a clerk with the Hudson's Bay Company, and this book is a collection of authentic writings compiled from his letters and journals by his nephew's wife. He tells of the day-to-day life of the Hudson's Bay clerks, of the hardships, the loneliness. The colonists are often hungry, and he recounts occasions when they ate sled dogs to prevent starvation. Traill presents a picture of the Riel rebellion, as he was for a time, a prisoner of Riel in Fort Garry and only released on condition that he left the territory Being a loyal Hudson's Bay man, he is strongly antagonistic to Louis Riel, but the rest of his writing reveals an objectivity and broadmindedness that is astonishing for the Victorian era." A couple of pages with tiny corner crease, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light edge wear/wrinkling, some rubbing and soiling - mainly on rear panel, a few tiny edge chips and tears, very light browning at edges and on spine. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
BARBED LYRES:  CANADIAN VENOMOUS VERSE., Atwood, Margaret, foreword.  (Tom Denholm, Glen Stone, Denis Woollings, Brian Davis, Gerry MacIntosh, Pierre Berton, Robertson Davies, Hoard Engel, Tomson Highway, Dennis Lee, Robert Priest, al Purdy, Charles Pachter, Mavor Moore, Don Harron, et al.)
2 Atwood, Margaret, foreword. (Tom Denholm, Glen Stone, Denis Woollings, Brian Davis, Gerry MacIntosh, Pierre Berton, Robertson Davies, Hoard Engel, Tomson Highway, Dennis Lee, Robert Priest, al Purdy, Charles Pachter, Mavor Moore, Don Harron, et al.) BARBED LYRES: CANADIAN VENOMOUS VERSE.
Toronto Key Porter 1990 1550132520 / 9781550132526 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Aislin (Terry Mosher). 
112 pp, 8 3/4" H. B&w illustrations by political cartoonist Aislin. "(W)inning entries and special celebrity submissions from a nationwide contest for satircal verse (judged by) author Margaret Atwood, columnist Allan Fotheringham and songwriter Nancy White. Over 100 of the best entries are featured. Also included are poems submitted by invitation from: Pierre Berton, Robertson Davies, Howard Engel, Don Harron, Tomson Highway, Dennis Lee, Mavor Moore, Susan Musgrave, Eric Nichol, Charles Pachter, Robert Priest, Al Purdy, Erika Ritter, Robin Skelton, et al." A 1/2" dia raised area under the front pastedown endpaper - causes a same size shallow dent in first few pages. Dust jacket has light wrinkling at top of front flap-fold and top of front hinge, minor edge wrinkling at top of rear flap. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
RUDE RAMSAY AND THE ROARING RADISHES., Atwood, Margaret.
3 Atwood, Margaret. RUDE RAMSAY AND THE ROARING RADISHES.
Toronto Key Porter Kids 2003 155263244X / 9781552632444 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Very Good Dusan Petricic. 
Unpaginated (approx. 29 pages), 9 1/2" H. Errata slip laid in at front with explanation of errors and peel-off words to be inserted into the text (all present). Colour illustrations. "(B)est-selling author Margaret Atwood offers a delightfully ridiculous (alliterative) tale about the virtues of resisting restrictions. Rude Ramsay has reached the end of his rope! Sick of dining on rock-hard rice, rubbery ribs, wrinkled ravioli, and raw rhinoceros, Ramsay and Ralph the red-nosed rat resolve to leave their rectangular residence (and Ramsay's revolting relatives) on a quest for a refreshing repast." Dust jacket has slight yellowing to top edge, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE ANIMALS IN THAT COUNTRY., Atwood, Margaret.
4 Atwood, Margaret. THE ANIMALS IN THAT COUNTRY.
Toronto Oxford University Press 1968 First Edition Soft Cover Good+ 
69 pp, 8 1/2" H. The author's second book. "Her poetry explores the real world and a haunting private universe. Both are seen by a young woman totally committed to the search for a viable human world, one capable of containing its opposites: of reconciling the individual's inner and outer worlds, the chaos and the longing for order, the isolation of lovers, the craving for life and the fact of death. The poems in this new collection are less subjective than Miss Atwood's earlier ones, and the range of themes is wider, but they contain the same tension and give the same impression of a 'quiet Mata Hari who pits herself against the ordered, too clean world like an arsonist'." Interior - very light browning to pages, two tiny dints on first two pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, two tiny dints and small crease on front cover, tiny dint/scuff on fore-edge of textblock, a few tiny scuffs on covers, light browning at edges and on spine, two tiny corner creases. 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
UP IN THE TREE., Atwood, Margaret.
5 Atwood, Margaret. UP IN THE TREE.
Toronto McClelland & Stewart 1978 0771008244 / 9780771008245 Second Printing Hard Cover Very Good+ Margaret Atwood. 
Unpaginated, 10" H. Purple endpapers, red/brown/blue drawings and hand-lettered text by Margaret Atwood. Two young children enjoy playing in a tree, until it rains and a two beavers eat their ladder - but a friendly bird rescues them and all is well in the end. Minor edge wear. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
6 Delve, Ken, editor. Cliff Spink, J. Leland Atwood, Roger Freeman, Robert Rudhall, Jerry Scutts, Robert F. Dorr, Shlomo Aloni, Leslie Hicks. MUSTANG: THE P-51 AT WAR & PEACE. FLYPAST SPECIAL.
Stamford Key 1997 Soft Cover Very Good+ 
82 pp, 11 5/8" H (magazine format). Profusely illustrated in colour and b&w with photographs, diagrams, profiles. Contents: The Operational Record; On Display; Restoring a Classic; Design Retrospective; Racing Mustangs; Long-legged Saviours; Survivors; Mustang Aces; TacR; Mustang data; Korean war Operations; Cable Cutters (Israeli Mustangs used to cut communications wires); Recce Test; Crazy Horse. Interior - small soft wrinkle at top corner of first and last page, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - .very minor edge wear. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
NORTHROP FRYE: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES., Denham, Robert D.  (Northrop Frye.)
7 Denham, Robert D. (Northrop Frye.) NORTHROP FRYE: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1987 0802026303 / 9780802026309 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
449 pp, 9 1/4" H. "Northrop Frye was one of the most influential critics of the twentieth century. His output was prodigious: his publications include thirty-eight books and monographs, nearly 300 essays and articles, and some 15 reviews and miscellaneous pieces. His reputation is international: he has been the subject of numerous books, a forthcoming biography, and thirty doctoral dissertations from universities as far-flung as Freiburg, Oxford, and Texas. With this bibliography, the massive body of work by and about Frye is now made readily accessible for the first time. More than 2500 entries are included, organized in a practical and straightforward structure. Part One, covering works by Frye, is arranged in chronological order. Part Two, which deals with secondary sources, is presented in alphabetical order. (The author) has provided ample notation for the many hundreds of entries; with the primary sources, he has quoted from Frye's own words as far as possible to illuminate the tone as well as the content." Minor soiling to top/bottom edges of text block, one small and one tiny corner bump. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top/bottom of flap-folds, minor rubbing. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
8 Godbout, Jacques & Colombo, John Robert, eds. (Margaret Atwood, Gwen MacEwen, John Newlove, George Bowering, Frank Davey, Lionel Kearns, Myra von Riedman, Harry Howith, K.V. Hertz, Henry Moscovitch, Gerald Godin, Andre Brochu, Francoise Bujold, et POESIE/POETRY 64.
Les editions du jour/Ryerson Press, Montreal/Toronto, (1963). 
157 pp, 8vo, hard cover in dust jacket. "An informal but important anthology of the new poetry being written in Canada today by sixteen young Canadian poets, both English and French." (Margaret Atwood, Gwen MacEwen, John Newlove, George Bowering, Frank Davey, Lionel Kearns, Myra von Riedman, Harry Howith, K.V. Hertz, Henry Moscovitch, Gerald Godin, Andre Brochu, Francoise Bujold, Andre Major, Paul Chamberland, Michel Garneau.) Pages browning lightly, large crease to top corner of free rear endpaper, tiny crease to top corner of pages 130-155, minor edgewear to boards. Dust jacket has light edgewear, a few tiny closed tears/nicks, light browning to spine and edges. VG/VG- 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
THE BROKEN ARK:  A BOOK OF BEASTS., Ondaatje, Michael, compiler.  John Newlove, Victor Coleman, John Glassco, Gwendolyn Macewen, George Johnston, Milton Acorn, Earle Birney, Phyllis Webb, Joan Finnegan, George Bowering, Alden Nowlan, Irving Layton, bill bissett, et al.
9 Ondaatje, Michael, compiler. John Newlove, Victor Coleman, John Glassco, Gwendolyn Macewen, George Johnston, Milton Acorn, Earle Birney, Phyllis Webb, Joan Finnegan, George Bowering, Alden Nowlan, Irving Layton, bill bissett, et al. THE BROKEN ARK: A BOOK OF BEASTS.
Toronto Oberon 1971 0887500501 / 9780887500503 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- Tony Urquhart. 
Unpaginated (approx. 50 pp.), 12" H. B&w illustrations. Contains: 'Good Company, Fine Houses' by John Newlove; 'The Egg' by Victor Coleman; 'Catbird' by John Glassco; 'Invocations' by Gwendolyn MacEwen; 'Honey' & 'Noctambule' by George Johnston; 'The Natural History of the Elephants' by Milton Acorn; 'Slug in Woods' by Earle Birney; 'Love Story' by Phyllis Webb; 'On the 24th of May' by D.G. Jones; 'Horses' by Joan Finnegan; 'Dobbin' by George Bowering; 'The Bull Moose' by Alden Nowlan; 'Cain' by Irving Layton; 'Mountain Oysters' by Pat Lane; 'Man' by David McFadden; 'Killer Whale' by bill bissett; 'Stories of Snow' by P.K. Page; 'The Beavers of Renfrew' by Al Purdy; 'Birds for Janet, The Heron' by Michael Ondaatje; 'Dreams of the Animals' by Margaret Atwood; and 'On the Way to the Vivarium' by Stuart MacKinnon. Bump to top corner of front board, very small bump to bottom corner og both boards, tiny bump at top/bottom of spine, blank bookplate on front free endpaper. Dust jacket is price-clipped, has wear and wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds - includes a few very small tears and chips, slight fading to color on spine and across top 2" of jacket, a few small areas of light soiling marks. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
A HERITAGE OF LIGHT:  LAMPS AND LIGHTING IN THE EARLY CANADIAN HOME., Russell, Loris S.
10 Russell, Loris S. A HERITAGE OF LIGHT: LAMPS AND LIGHTING IN THE EARLY CANADIAN HOME.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1968 802015301 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good 
344 pp, square (8 7/8" H x 8 7/8" D). B&w photographs, reproductions. "The nineteenth century opened in the flicker of tallow candles. It closed in the glare of Edison's electric lamp. Between those two events inventors and manufacturers developed a wonderful assortment of progressively more efficient lighting devices, burning a variety of fuels. Dr. Russell records with scientific attention to detail - backed up with more than 200 illustrations - how these lamps were made and used. His text is interspersed with accounts of his own experiments with the fuels and mechanisms of earlier generations. The discovery of kerosene is related in full, as is the invention of successively improved kerosene burners, lamps, and chimneys - a field up to now neglected by technological historians. Separate chapters deal with rushlights and candles; firelighting tools; pan lamps; and lamps fuelled with whale oil, lard, burning fluid, gas, and electricity. There is an extensive glossary." Book is Near Fine. Dust jacket has minor edge wrinkling, tiny chip at bottom of front flap-fold, light rubbing to colour at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds 
Price: 40.00 USD
 
 
A HERITAGE OF LIGHT:  LAMPS AND LIGHTING IN THE EARLY CANADIAN HOME., Russell, Loris S.
11 Russell, Loris S. A HERITAGE OF LIGHT: LAMPS AND LIGHTING IN THE EARLY CANADIAN HOME.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1968 802015301 Hard Cover Good Fair 
344 pp, square (8 1/2" H x 8 1/2" D). Ex-library copy. B&w photographs, reproductions. "The nineteenth century opened in the flicker of tallow candles. It closed in the glare of Edison's electric lamp. Between those two events inventors and manufacturers developed a wonderful assortment of progressively more efficient lighting devices, burning a variety of fuels. Dr. Russell records with scientific attention to detail - backed up with more than 200 illustrations - how these lamps were made and used. His text is interspersed with accounts of his own experiments with the fuels and mechanisms of earlier generations. The discovery of kerosene is related in full, as is the invention of successively improved kerosene burners, lamps, and chimneys - a field up to now neglected by technological historians. Separate chapters deal with rushlights and candles; firelighting tools; pan lamps; and lamps fuelled with whale oil, lard, burning fluid, gas, and electricity. There is an extensive glossary." Rebound in library binding with stitching showing in most page gutters. Library markings on endpapers, small light liquid stain, shelf soiling on bottom of text block, areas of light browning edges of text block - mainly top and fore-edge. Dust jacket is complete but has moderate rubbing with color loss, moderate wrinkling, light edge wear, several small closed tears, area of surface paper loss on inside surface, protected in a mylar sleeve. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
A HERITAGE OF LIGHT:  LAMPS AND LIGHTING IN THE EARLY CANADIAN HOME., Russell, Loris S.
12 Russell, Loris S. A HERITAGE OF LIGHT: LAMPS AND LIGHTING IN THE EARLY CANADIAN HOME.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1968 802015301 First Edition Soft Cover Good+ 
344 pp, square (8 1/2" H x 8 1/2" D). B&w photographs, reproductions. "The nineteenth century opened in the flicker of tallow candles. It closed in the glare of Edison's electric lamp. Between those two events inventors and manufacturers developed a wonderful assortment of progressively more efficient lighting devices, burning a variety of fuels. Dr. Russell records with scientific attention to detail - backed up with more than 200 illustrations - how these lamps were made and used. His text is interspersed with accounts of his own experiments with the fuels and mechanisms of earlier generations. The discovery of kerosene is related in full, as is the invention of successively improved kerosene burners, lamps, and chimneys - a field up to now neglected by technological historians. Separate chapters deal with rushlights and candles; firelighting tools; pan lamps; and lamps fuelled with whale oil, lard, burning fluid, gas, and electricity. There is an extensive glossary." Interior - clean and tight, with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - moderate edge wear, corner crease at bottom of front cover, minor rubbing/scuffing, light toning to top and fore-edge of text block, spine flat and uncreased. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
13 Strickland, David. "QUOTATIONS" FROM ENGLISH CANADIAN LITERATURE.
Toronto Modern Canadian Library 1973 0919364233 / 9780919364233 Soft Cover Very Good - 
189 pp, small 8vo (7 1/2" H) "(A) comprehensive anthology of Canadian literature from its humble pioneer beginnings to the present day. Sometimes serious, often light-hearted, here is a vivid cross-section of Canadian thought and experience. Arranged alphabetically by subject matter, a great variety of subjects - art, customs, politics, money, women, youth, loneliness, work, old age, to mention but a few - are covered. In fact, practically the entire spectrum of human experience is explored." Alphabetical author index. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear, soft crease to bottom corner of front cover, very light browning to spine and rear cover, spine flat with one crease. 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE IN CANADA.  TWAYNE'S WORLD AUTHORS SERIES - CHILDREN'S LITERATURE., Waterston, Elizabeth.
14 Waterston, Elizabeth. CHILDREN'S LITERATURE IN CANADA. TWAYNE'S WORLD AUTHORS SERIES - CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.
New York Twayne, New York 1992 0805782648 / 9780805782646 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Good+ 
212 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H). B&w illustrations. "Waterston's informative study brings to life Canadian history and culture and illuminates a unique literary community in which acclaimed adult writers like Margaret Atwood, Margaret Laurence, and Mordechai Richler are also the authors of children's books. Waterston demonstrates the distinctly Canadian elements of such works as 'The Young Fur Traders' (1856), 'Anne of Green Gables' (1908), and 'Alligator Pie' (1974). This study delineates the developmental stages through which children progress and discusses the various literary genres that appeal to them at each stage, from picture books and nursery rhymes to historical tales and science fiction. In addition to her focus on the response of the child to various genres, Waterston provides sophisticated literary analysis of the works that have endured as classics, demonstrating how their continuing relevance is rooted in their literary merit. She examines literary styles, themes, and motifs and shows how many of the perennial favorites embrace quintessentially Canadian virtues: honesty, a strong will to survive, humor, passion, and genuine kindness. American and Canadian teachers, librarians, and parents will find in this complete guide a resource for expanding their young readers' literary universe." Minor edge wear, remainder mark on bottom of textblock, tiny foxing mark on top of textblock. Dust jacket has light color fading and some wrinkling on spine, minor rubbing. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
RAPT IN PLAID: CANADIAN LITERATURE AND SCOTTISH TRADITION., Waterston, Elizabeth.
15 Waterston, Elizabeth. RAPT IN PLAID: CANADIAN LITERATURE AND SCOTTISH TRADITION.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 2001 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
344 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H). "(C)ombines reflection, criticism, and memoir to illustrate a curious and longlasting connection between Scottish and Canadian literary traditions. Examples drawn from genres including lyric poetry, narrative romance, war fiction, children's literature, sentimental fiction, thrillers, domestic novels, and short stories link Canadian writers such as John Richardson, Isabella Valancy Crawford, Sinclair Ross, Hugh MacLennan, Margaret Laurence, (L.M. Montgomery) and W.O. Mitchell to Scottish writers such as Robert Burns, Walter Scott, Thomas Carlyle, J.M. Barrie, Robert Louis Stevenson, John Buchan, and George Mackay Brown. Each chapter traces the connections from directly imitative nineteenth-century Canadian writers to modern Canadian works where Scottish tradition persists, sometimes transformed and sometimes distorted. Lively biographical sketches and close analysis of particular passages by Scottish and Canadian writers are set in the context of multicultural, narrative, postmodern, and post-colonial theories. This study illuminates the way Scottish ideas and values still wield surprising power in Canadian politics, education, theology, economics, and social mores." Tiny bump at top of front hinge. Dust jacket has small areas of light edge wrinkling - mainly at top of spine, two small dints on rear hinge, very light rubbing, several light scratches at bottom of rear panel. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
BEYOND THE BLUE MOUNTAINS:  AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY., Woodcock, George.
16 Woodcock, George. BEYOND THE BLUE MOUNTAINS: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.
Markham, Ontario Fitzhenry & Whiteside 1987 0889029288 / 9780889029286 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
300 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). This, the second volume of George Woodcock's autobiography, "deals with the period between 1949 and 1977. (It) details Woodcock's life in the British Columbia bush, his close and longstanding relationship with the Doukhobors, his battles with US immigration officials. We learn of the founding of the influential 'Canadian Literature' review, and we follow Mr. Woodcock on his extended and beautifully-described tours of India and the South Seas. George Woodcock is not only a revered literary critic. He is also a gifted and witty raconteur. (This book) allows us further insights into the life of this fascinating man." ***Pages 268/9 were not printed/published - they concluded a chapter on a controversy concerning a libel suit brought by Margaret Atwood against "a young writer called Wigle, in which (she) was unflatteringly introduced as a character drawn from real life."*** Minor wrinkling at bottom of spine, remainder mark on bottom of textblock, minor browning on spine. Dust jacket has very minor rubbing, small faint watermark on front panel - mainly visible on inside surface. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
BEYOND THE BLUE MOUNTAINS:  AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY., Woodcock, George.
17 Woodcock, George. BEYOND THE BLUE MOUNTAINS: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.
Markham, Ontario Fitzhenry & Whiteside 1987 0889029288 / 9780889029286 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
300 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). This, the second volume of George Woodcock's autobiography, "deals with the period between 1949 and 1977. (It) details Woodcock's life in the British Columbia bush, his close and longstanding relationship with the Doukhobors, his battles with US immigration officials. We learn of the founding of the influential 'Canadian Literature' review, and we follow Mr. Woodcock on his extended and beautifully-described tours of India and the South Seas. George Woodcock is not only a revered literary critic. He is also a gifted and witty raconteur. (This book) allows us further insights into the life of this fascinating man." ***Pages 268/9 were not printed/published - they concluded a chapter on a controversy concerning a libel suit brought by Margaret Atwood against "a young writer called Wigle, in which (she) was unflatteringly introduced as a character drawn from real life."*** Remainder mark on bottom of text block. Dust jacket has very minor wear at top/bottom of flap-folds. 
Price: 16.00 USD
 
 
ECW'S BIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE TO CANADIAN POETS., Woodcock, George; Cogswell, Fred; Barbour, Douglas; Jewinski, Ed, et al.
18 Woodcock, George; Cogswell, Fred; Barbour, Douglas; Jewinski, Ed, et al. ECW'S BIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE TO CANADIAN POETS.
ECW Press, (Toronto, 1993). 
282 pp, 8vo (9" H), soft cover. B&w portrait sketches by Isaac Bickerstaff. Contents: Charles Heaveysege; Charles Sangster; Charles Mair; Isabella Valancy Crawford; William Wilfred Campbell; Charles G.D. Roberts; Bliss Carman; Archibald Lampman; D uncan Campell Scott; E.J. Pratt; W.W.E. Ross; Raymond Knister; F.R. Scott; Robert Finch; A.J.M. Smith; Earle Birney; Leo Kennedy; Ralph Gustafson; A.M. Klein; Dorothy Livesay; Anne Wilkinson; Irving Layton; P.K. Page; Miriam Waddington; Margaret Avison; Louis Dudek; Al Purdy; Raymond Souster; Eli Mandel; Milton Acorn; James Reaney; Robert Kroetsch; Phyllis Webb; D.G. Jones; Jay Macpherson; Alden Nowlan; Joe Rosenblatt; Leonard Cohen; George Bowering; John Newlove; Margaret A twood; Bill Bissett; Patrick Lane; Dennis Lee; Gwendolyn MacEwen; Daphne Marlatt; Michael Ondaatje; B. P. Nichol. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright. Fine 
Price: 15.00 USD
 


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