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[KEROUAC] LANGE, Art (ed.)
Brilliant Corners a magazine of the arts. Number 10, Spring 1979.
Chicago. ad hoc press. 1979., 22.5cm, 104p., stiff printed wraps, spine faded, a very good copy (lds) Includes two prose pieces by Jack Kerouac
$14.00 Book Number: 17768 Order / Enquire
[KEROUAC] LOW, Pamela (ed.)
Soundings-East Kerouac Issue Volume 2, No. 2.
Salem, Massachusetts. Salem State College. 1979., 22cm, 96p., endnotes, stiff printed wraps, a very good to fine copy (lds)
$14.00 Book Number: 17739 Order / Enquire
[KEROUAC] MCCRINDLE, J. F. (ed.)
The Transatlantic Review Number 9 Spring 1962.
London and New York. 1962., 23cm, 144p., stiff printed wraps, a very good copy (lds) Includes contributions by Angus Wilson, Jack Kerouac, Muriel Spark and Alan Sillitoe
$10.50 Book Number: 17760 Order / Enquire
[KEROUAC] NEWMAN, Charles (ed.)
Tri Quarterly Number Nineteen Fall 1970.
Evanston, Illinois. Northwestern University. 1970., 23.5cm, 196p., stiff printed wraps, a very good copy (lds)
$10.50 Book Number: 17764 Order / Enquire
[KEROUAC] PINE, Ana & Dave Christy (eds.)
Lambertville, New Jersey. Alpha Beat Press. 1991., 28cm, 154p., printed wraps, a fine copy (lds)
$17.50 Book Number: 17798 Order / Enquire
[KEROUAC] ROSS, Alan (ed.)
London Magazine New Series February 1970 Volume 9 Number 11.
London. London Magazine. 1970., 22cm, 120p., stiff printed wraps, a fine copy (lds)
$17.50 Book Number: 17766 Order / Enquire
[KEROUAC] WEINBERG, Jeffrey H. (ed.)
Writers Outside the Margin.
Sudbury. Water Row Press. 1986., 23cm, 116p., stiff printed wraps, signed by the editorial coordinator, withpromotional postcard loosely inserted, a fine copy (lds)
$17.50 Book Number: 17742 Order / Enquire
[MAYLE, Sydney C. (Editor)]
A Garland of Christmas Verse. (The Priory Press Booklets. No.3).
London. Simkin, Marshall & Co. N.d. [190?]., 19.5cm, 36p., on rag paper, colour decorated grey wraps, some foxing, some slight cover fading, very good copy (s1.box). A Victorian collection of uncommon Christmas verse including selections from Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Martin Luther, Walter Scott, Robert Southey and George Macdonald.
$12.25 Book Number: 12849 Order / Enquire
Colonization. Nova Scotia Baronet Rights. Copy of the Memorandum and Protest placed in Earl Grey's Hands by a Deputation, on the 2nd of June, 1848. And of The Address of The Hon. Sir Richard Broun, Bart., del'd. before the Committee of the Baronets of Scotland and Nova Scotia, for Nova Scotia Rights. On the 16th of October, 1848.
London. Blackburn and Burt, Printers. ., 8vo. 21.5cm, 18,1p., printed self wraps, fragile, very good to fine, in blue cloth pamphlet folder with paper label along the spine, rare List of charters, documents, &c., upon which the claims of the baronets to lands and rights in Nova Scotia are founded. Not in T.P.L., Lande, or Casey.
$209.99 Book Number: 13777 Order / Enquire
The Anti-Catholic Magazine; or, English National Miscellany. April, 1829. (No. 2, Vol. I.)
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: London. Whittaker and Co. 1829., 23cm, 128p., printed wraps, rear cover creased & torn, contents very good (ds26.1). - The lead article is a continuation of "Reasons for Excluding Catholics from Power" . Other essays include "On Revenge", "Journal of a Person Lost in the Woods of America" (Ecroyd's Journal) and an essay "on the pernicious effects of white lead".
$25.00 Book Number: 20982 Order / Enquire
Northern Review of Writing and the Arts in Canada. Two issues combined: Vol. 5, Nos.3 & 4. Managing Editor, John Sutherland.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Montreal. First Statement Press. 1952., 8vo, 80,p., ads., frontis portrait, printed card wraps, very good (clds). - E.J. Pratt: A Major Contemporary Poets. This issue is devoted almost entirely to E.J. Pratt. . contains "The Great Feud" - one of the poet's early narratives - and a detailed analysis of the three major poems: "The Cachalot", "The Titanic" and "The Great Feud".
|$25.00||Book Number: 22017||Order / Enquire|
[SCOTT, Duncan Campbell & Others]
Hearts of Gold. Being Chronicles of Heroism in Canadian History.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Toronto. Ontario Women's Liberal Association. 1915., 8vo, 23.8cm, 30p., colour printed wraps, edges of covers chipped, slightly dust worn else very good to fine (clds). - Eight prize poems which had appeared in the Christmas numbers of the Toronto "Globe". Includes "The Battle of Lundy's Lane" by D.C. Scott & "Brock" by Fred Jacob & "Brebeuf and Lalement" by Alan Sullivan, 'Marguerite de Roberval" by Isabel Ecclestone Mackay, etc. "The entire proceeds of the sale of this book will go to Patriotic work for our heroes to-day."
$12.50 Book Number: 22790 Order / Enquire