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  • The Fountain by H. L. Huxtable

    $14.95

    Mr. H. L. Huxtable was born in Exeter, Devonshire, England, and was educated at St. John’s Grammar School and Exeter University College. Since 1913 the author has lived in Canada, except for the period of the war, when he served in France, Italy and Egypt. Many of Mr. Huxtable’s verses have appeared in Canadian and…

  • The Sea is Our Doorway by Michael Harrington

    $14.95

    Michael Harrington was born at St. John’s, Newfoundland, and received his school and university training there. He began his career as a poet by winning the first prize in an open competition at the age of sixteen. He founded and was first editor of the college paper, The Memorial Times. After graduation Michael Harrington was…

  • The Spellbound Horses by Paul West

    $14.95

    The Spellbound Horses by Paul West; Ryerson Poetry Chapbook Series published by Ronald P. Frye and Co, Book Publishers, Toronto Canada. Poems by Twentieth Century Canadian poets, Cover art by Bikkers Rudolf.

  • The White Monument by A. Robert Rogers

    $14.95

    The White Monument by A. Robert Rogers; Ryerson Poetry Chapbook Series published by Ronald P. Frye and Co, Book Publishers, Toronto Canada. Poems by Twentieth Century Canadian poets, Cover art by Barry Alikas.

  • Twenty Sonnets by Muriel Miller Humphrey

    $14.99

    Twenty Sonnets by Muriel Miller Humphrey; Ryerson Poetry Chapbook Series published by Ronald P. Frye and Co, Book Publishers, Toronto Canada. Poems by Twentieth Century Canadian poets, Cover art by Lise Boisseau.

  • Viper’s Bugloss by John Smalacombe

    $14.95

    John Smalacombe, born Western Ontario, 1901, of English, Scottish, and Irish stock; educated, Toronto and Oxford; married; two children; height 5 ft. 112 in.; weight 170 lb.; fair; distinguishing marks, none; religion, High Church; politics, High Tory; occupation, teaching; occasional contributor Saturday Night, Canadian Forum, Canadian Poetry Magazine; disposition morose, habits retiring.

  • WALTER DEXTER: three sketchbooks

    $250.00

    Looking at the sketches you can see in them the magic of the Walter Dexter’s craft. It is such an incredible privlege to have been given access to this intimate glimpse into the workings of an artist’s mind. The random inclusion of a phone number or a reminder note provides further evidence that Walter never…

  • The Old Blue Couch

    $15.00

    Ronald P. Frye & Co. is proud to present the latest publication from poet and translator Seymour Mayne. The Old Blue Couch and Other Stories is a collection of humorous and witty stories. The Old Blue Couch and Other Stories will delight the reader both for its warmth and wit. It will hold an honoured place at…

  • Walter Dexter: The Torso Masterworks

    $65.00

    Walter Dexter: The Torso Masterworks

  • When I Turn Home by Dorothy Howard

    $14.95

    DOROTHY HOWARD was born and educated in Toronto. Keenly devoted to literature, she began writing poetry at an early age. Her verse appeared in The Canadian Poetry Magazine and in other periodicals and newspapers. Shewas Recording Secretary of the Pen Guild of Toronto and Convener of the Poetry Group of that organization. In private life…