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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Pacey, Desmond, 1917-
Frederick Philip Grove.
Toronto, Ryerson Press [©1970]
|Named Person:||Frederick Philip Grove; Frederick Philip Grove|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||202 pages 21 cm.|
|Contents:||General essays in criticism. A Canadian of Canadians, by R. Knister. --
A solitary giant, by R. Ayre. --
One speaking into a void, by I. Skelton. --
Grove's tragic vision, by D. Pacey. --
Frederick Philip Grove and the culture of Canada, by B.K. Sandwell. --
Spokesman of a race? by E.A. McCourt. --
A fierce puritan, by A.L. Phelps. --
A peak glinting in the sun, by W. Eggleston. --
A novelist as poet, by T. Saunders. --
Excerpts from selected reviews. --
Three obituary tributes: Canadian Dreiser, by N. Frye. --
An editor's tribute, by L. Pierce. --
"Here he lies where he longed ..." by K. Rowe. --
Bibliography of Frederick Philip Grove (p. 200-202).
|Series Title:||Critical views on Canadian writers, 5|
|Responsibility:||edited and with an introd. by Desmond Pacey.|
- Grove, Frederick Philip, -- 1879-1948 -- Criticism and interpretation.
- Western stories -- History and criticism.
- Canada -- In literature.
- Grove, Frederick Philip, -- 1879-1948.
- Western stories.
- Canada -- In literature
- Grove, Frederick Philip -- 1879-1948 -- Criticism and interpretation
- Western stories -- History and criticism