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Author: Frederick Philip Grove
Publisher: Toronto : Macmillan Co. of Canada, 1929.
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The first address is about the Canadian Author's Association. Grove had prepared a paper for its 1926 convention in Vancouver, but the session on Authorship was cancelled for a social function. Grove, indignant, published his paper along with other essays three years later in "this austerely idealistic volume" (W. Kirkconnell, A Sclice of Canada, 1967, 293, quoted in Pacey, Letters of FPG, 1976, p. 150, n.4). -- RBR  Read more...
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Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
It needs to be said .
Toronto : Macmillan Company of Canada, 1929
(OCoLC)557997792
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Philip Grove
OCLC Number: 3600368
Description: 163 p. ; 19 cm.
Contents: A neglected function of a certain literary association --
Literary criticism --
Realism in literature --
The happy ending --
The aim of art --
The value of art --
The novel --
Nationhood.
Responsibility: by Frederick Philip Grove.

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The first address is about the Canadian Author's Association. Grove had prepared a paper for its 1926 convention in Vancouver, but the session on Authorship was cancelled for a social function. Grove, indignant, published his paper along with other essays three years later in "this austerely idealistic volume" (W. Kirkconnell, A Sclice of Canada, 1967, 293, quoted in Pacey, Letters of FPG, 1976, p. 150, n.4). -- RBR copy signed in pencil: Agnes Lynch, 132 Close Ave, Toronto; and: "E. Dafoe Mem[orial] Fund, 3.58."

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