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  • New York Noctures by Arthur Stringer

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    Arthur John Arbuthno Stringer was born in Chatham, Ontario on February 26, 1874. He was a high spirited boy who spent his childhood days fishing, swimming, raiding orchards and manning a pirate ship. When Arthur was ten years old, he moved to London, Ontario with his family. Two years later, in 1886, he won the…

  • The Tide of Love by Thomas O’Hagan

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    Dr. Thomas O’Hagan was born near Toronto, Canada, and received his early education in the Public School, at St. Michael’s College, Toronto, and Ottawa University. His advanced studies were pursued in the United States and Europe. He was the author of five volumes of verse: A Gate of Flowers; Songs of the Settlement; In the Heart…

  • The Thousand Islands by Agnes Maul

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    Agnes Maule Machar (Fidelis), for over half a century, was one of the leading Canadian writers in prose and verse. In the eighteen eighties, when the Little Englanders were suggesting the break-up of the Empire, abd Canadian annexationists were advocating the severence of Canada from England, Miss Machar in season and out of season held…

  • The Blossom Trail by Lilian Leveridge

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    Sample Poem: THE BLOSSOM TRAIL There are flowers to-day in the valleys blowing, Green ferns are growing beside the rills; There is mingled music of waters falling And wild birds calling across the hills. ‘Tis love that speaks in a thousand voices; All earth rejoices, all nature thrills. Let us rest awhile from our toils…

  • Songs by Helena Coleman

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    Miss Helena Coleman was born in a parsonage at Newcastle, Ontario, being a descendent of John Quincy Adams, and resided most of her life in Toronto. Her two books of verse are Songs and Sonnets (1906), and Marching Men (1917), and from these distinguished volumes, long out of print, this present selection is made. Hitherto…

  • The Testament of Cresseid by Robert Henryson

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    Robert Henryson, “Schulemaister in Dunfermeling,” probably flourished in the second half of the fifteenth century. William Dunbar’s Lament for the Makaris, printed in 15O8, mourns his death. Gavin Douglas mentions him (c.1522) and so does Sir David Lyndesay (c.153O). Sir Francis Kinaston, in a Latin manuscript in which he translates Chaucer’s Troilus and Cresseid, (1639)…

  • The Wanderer by Nathaniel A. Benson

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    Wanderer and Other Poems is Mr. Benson’s third published volume of poetry. The long poem, “The Wanderer,” which begins this volume is a sequel to his “Twenty and After,” which won the Jardine Memorial Award at the University of Toronto in 1926, when he was but twenty-two, and was published by the Ryerson Press in…

  • Tao by Alfred Goldsworthy Bailey

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    ALFRED GOLDSWORTHY BAILEY, historian, poet, man of letters (b at Québec City 18 Mar 1905; d at Fredericton 21 Apr 1997). Bailey was educated at University of New Brunswick, University of Toronto and the London School of Economics, and led a life of scholarship and academic endeavour which took him from the New Brunswick Museum…

  • The Captive Gypsy by Constance Davies Woodrow

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    Constance Woodrow (1899-1937), né Davies, was born in England but lived in Canada most of her life. She worked in Toronto in its most respected bookstore, Britnell’s, formerly just north of Bloor on Yonge Street. Woodrow brought out two volumes of verse, The Captive Gypsy (1928) and The Celtic Heart (1929) , and translated Georges…

  • Merry-Go-Round by Marjorie Freeman

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    Marjorie Freeman Campbell was born in Delhi, Ontario, of United Empire Loyalist Stock. Her only son was killed in action in Sicily, while attached as Flying Officer with the Coastal Command to the 221 Malta Squadron. Mrs. Campbell is past president, Hamilton Branch, Canadian Authors’ Association; active member of the Red Cross; past secretary, Hamilton…