The Canadian Novel in the Twentieth Century, Essays From Canadian Literature

By: Woodcock, George (ed.)

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Signed by general rditor. Twenty-eight essays by twenty-six writers representing a cross-section of the various voices of Canadian literary criticism, and offering an assessment of Canadian fiction throughout the 20th century (well, up until 1975, at least). This copy signed by Malcolm Ross, General Editor of the New Canadian Library series. Contributors include W.H. New, D.A. Cameron, D.O. Spettigue, Peter Stevens, Warren Tallman, Margaret Laurence, Mordecai Richler, Jack Ludwig, Ethel Wilson, Michael Ondaatje, and many others. A bit of spine roll, reading creases to spine, diagonal crease to left edge of lower portion of front cover, lightly sunned spine.

Title: The Canadian Novel in the Twentieth Century, Essays From Canadian Literature

Author Name: Woodcock, George (ed.)

Categories: Literary Criticism, Signed (all categories), Non-fiction,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New Canadian Library N115: 1975

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Inscription: Signed by General Editor

Size: Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall

Seller ID: 004996

Keywords: LITERARY CRITICISM, CANADIAN LITERATURE, MALCOLM ROSS, W.H. NEW, D.A. CAMERON, D.O. SPETTIGUE, PETER STEVENS, WARREN TALLMAN, MARGARET LAURENCE, MORDECAI RICHLER, JACK LUDWIG, ETHEL WILSON, MICHAEL ONDAATJE