Author:Birney, Earle

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David and Other Poems ---by Earle Birney ( poetry )

By: Birney, Earle

Price: $46.13

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario, Toronto, ON: Ryerson Press, 1942, 1st Edition, 2nd Printing: 1942

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Not Signed

Seller ID: 158258

Condition: Very Good (see description)


-----------hardcover, a Very Good copy with a bit of light wear, small area of loss at upper spine tip, bump to lower spine tip with a bit of soiling, browning/offset to endpapers, in a largely intact Fair only dustjacket which is detached along the front spine fold, most of the spine of the jacket has been lost, some ships and tears, age darkening to the jacket edges, jacket is now in a hi-quality mylar protector, ----- Ryerson produced 500 copies of this first book o... View more info

Image for The Good Fight: Canadians and World War ii (inc, Hong Kong Disaster; Commando Raid on Dieppe; Gelsenkirchen; Dachau; Kirkland Lake 1943; Demobilization; etc)( WWII

The Good Fight: Canadians and World War ii (inc, Hong Kong Disaster; Commando Raid on Dieppe; Gelsenkirchen; Dachau; Kirkland Lake 1943; Demobilization; etc)( WWII

By: Granatstein, J L ( Jack Lawrence )(signed) and Peter Neary (inc. Gabrielle Roy; Timothy Findley; Hugh Garner; Marc Milner; Raymond Souster; Farley Mowat; Earle Birney; Rene Levesque; Mordecai Richler; Murray Peden; Masako Iino; Hiroko Takamura, et al

Price: $32.93

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario, Toronto, ON: Copp Clarl, 1995, 1st Edition, First Printing: 1995

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed (see description)

Seller ID: 164207

ISBN: 0773054588

Condition: Very Good+ ( see Description )


----------softcover, about 7.25w x 9.75h inches, a Very Good+ to near Fine example, a wee bit of light rubbing, a bit of curling to covers, looks close to new, signed without inscription by Granatstein, 466 pages, b&w photos as well as some colour, ---"World War II has been called the last just war. For most of the Canadian men and women who served their country on land or at sea, in the factories, mills, or hospitals, in the air or on the farm, this was the defining... View more info