A Bibliography of William Cyril Desmond Pacey

(Please note that this is a direct typescript of a listing compiled by Dr. Pacey and consquently, it does not conform necessarily to bibliographic standards).


A.   Author of:

Frederick Philip Grove: A Biographical and Critical Study. 
     Toronto: Ryerson, 1945. ix, 150 p.

The Cow With the Musical Moo, and Other Verses for Children,
     illustrated by Milada Horejs and Karel Rohlicek. 
     Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1952. iv, unpaged, col. illus.

Creative Writing in Canada: A Short History of English-Canadian
     Literature.  Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1952. x, 220 p.

-----.  Second edition. Revised and enlarged, 1961. x, 314 p.

-----.  Paperback edition, 1966. x, 314 p.

Hippity Hobo and the Bee, and Other Verses for Children. 
     Illustrated by Milada Horejs and Karel Rohlicek. 
     Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1952. iv, unpaged, col. illus.

The Picnic and Other Stories.  Foreword by Roy Daniells. 
     Toronto: Ryerson, 1958. ix, 350 p.

Ten Canadian Poets: A Group of Biographical and Critical Essays. 
     Toronto: Ryerson, 1958.  ix, 350 p.

-----.  1st paperback edition.  1966. ix, 250 p.

The Cat, the Cow, and the Kangaroo: the Collected Children's
     Verse of Desmond Pacey.  Illustrated by Mary Pacey. 
     Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967.  64 p.

Ethel Wilson.  New York: Twayne, 1968.  194 p.

Essays in Canadian Criticism.  Toronto: Ryerson, 1969.  294 p.

Waken, Lords and Ladies Gay: The Selected Short Stories of
     Desmond Pacey, edited with an introduction by Frank M.
     Tierney.  Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1974. 118 p.

B.   Editor of:

A Book of Canadian Stories.  Toronto: Ryerson, 1947. xxxvii, 295

----.  2nd edition, rev. and enl. Toronto: Ryerson, 1950.  310 p.

----.  (School ed.).  Toronto: Ryerson, 1952.  xxviii, 312 p.

----.  3rd edition, rev. and enl.  Toronto: Ryerson, 1961. 
       340 p.

----.  First paperback edition.  Toronto: Ryerson, 1967.  xxxvii, 

The Selected Poems of Sir Charles G.D. Roberts, 1860 - 1943. 
     Edited with an introduction by Desmond Pacey.  Toronto:
     Ryerson, 1956.  xxv, 100 p., port.

Delight.  by Mazo de la Roche, edited with an introduction by
     Desmond Pacey.  New Canadian Library. Toronto: McClelland &
     Stewart, 1960. x, 174 p.

Swamp Angel.  by Ethel Wilson, ed. with an introduction by
     Desmond Pacey.  New Canadian Library.  McClelland & Stewart,

The Literary Review.  VIII (Summer, 1965).  pp.433-576 (Special
     Canadian Number).  Guest editor.

Our Literary Heritage: An Anthology of Literature in English. 
     Toronto: Ryerson Press and Macmillan, 1966. 561 p.

The Harbour Master, by Theodore G. Roberts, edited with an
     introduction by Desmond Pacey.  New Canadian Library. 
     Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1968. 165 p.

Frederick Philip Grove:  Critical Views of Canadian Writers. 
     Toronto: Ryerson, 1970.  202 p.

Tales from the Margin: the Selected Short Stories of Frederick
     Philip Grove.  Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1971.  319 p.

Selections from Major Canadian Writers: Poetry and Creative Prose
     in English, Ed. with an introduction by Desmond Pacey. 
     McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1974.  258 p.

Selected Poems of Sir Charles G.D. Roberts.  Toronto: McGraw-Hill
     Ryerson, 1974. 

The Collected Letters of Frederick Philip Grove.  Toronto:
     University of Toronto Press, 1975.

C.   Co-Editor of:

New Voices.  Canadian University Writing of 1956, selected by
     Earle Birney and others, foreword by Joseph McCulley. 
     Toronto: Dent, 1956.  184 p.

Literary History of Canada.  Ed. Carl F. Klinck, et al.  Toronto:
     University of Toronto Press, 1965.  xiv, 945 p.

D.  Sections of Books:

"Introduction,"  The Selected Poems of Dorothy Livesay.  Toronto:
     Ryerson, 1957.  pp. xi - xix.

"The Canadian Writer and His Public, 1881-1952,"  Studia Varia, I
     (1957), 11-20.

"Sir Charles G.D. Roberts," in Our Living Tradition, Fourth
     Series.  Ed. Robert L. McDougall.  Toronto: University of
     Toronto Press, 1962.  pp. 31-56.

"The Threat of Nuclear Warfare," in This is My Concern, ed.
     Foster M. Russell.  Coburg: Northumberland Book Co., 1962. 
     pp. 75-77.

"Fiction (1920-1940)," in Literary History of Canada: Canadian
     Literature in English, ed. Carl F. Klinck.  Toronto:
     University of Toronto Press, 1965.  pp. 658-693.

"The Writer and His Public,"  in Literary History of Canada:
     canadian Literature in English, ed. Carl F. Klinck et al. 
     Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1965.  pp. 477-495.

"Contemporary Writing in New Brunswick," in The Arts in New
     Brunswick, ed. R.A. Tweedie et al.  Fredericton: Brunswick
     Press, 1967.  pp. 33-40.

"Anthology of New Brunswick Poetry," ibid, pp. 75-93.

"English-Canadian Poets, 1944-1954," in The Making of Modern
     Poetry in Canada, ed. Louis Dudek and Michael Gnarowski. 
     Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1967.  pp. 160-169.

"My Thoughts on Americans and the U.S.A.," The New Romans. 
     Edmonton: Hurtig, 1968.  pp. 156-158.

L'Ecrivain et son public 1929-1960,"  Le Roman 1920-1940. 
     Histoire littraire du Canada, ed. C.F. Klinck et al,
     traduit de l'anglais par M. Lebel.  Quebec, Les Presses de
     L'Universit Laval, 1970.  pp. 573-594, 784-825.

"A Reading of Lampman's 'Heat'," in Critical Views on Canadian
     Writers: Archibald Lampman, ed. M. Gnarowski.  Toronto:
     Ryerson, 1970.  pp. 178-184.

"Earthly Idyll," in Critical Views on Canadian Writers: Ernest
     Buckler, by Gregory M. Cook.  Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson,
     1972.  pp. 127-128.

D.   Sections of Books:

Essays on Hugh Garner, Norman Levine, Brian Moore, Sinclair Ross,
     Ethel Wilson, in Contemporary Novelists, ed. James Vinson,
     New York: St. Martin's Press, 1972.  pp. 452, 761, 899.

On Editing the Letters of Frederick Philip Grove, in Editing
     Canadian Texts, edited by Francess G. Halpenny.  Toronto:
     A.M. Hakkert, 1975.  pp. 49-73.


"Centenary Celebration,"  Acta Victoriana, LX (April, 1936), 28.

"In Search of Apron Strings,"Acta Victoriana, XLI (October,
     1936), 3-5.

"Look Homeward, Angel," Acta Victoriana, XLI (December, 1936),

"The Modern Novel," Acta Victoriana, XLI  (February, 1937), 31-33.

"Prolegomenon," Acta Victoriana, XLI (March, 1937), 17-18.

"Tradition Upheld,"  Acta Victoriana, LXII (November, 1937), 17-19.

"Pity the Writer!" Acta Victoriana, LXII (December, 1937), 10-12.

"Letter, Lecture and Lethargy,"  Acta Victoriana, LXII (January,
     1938), 19-21.

"The March of Time,"  Acta Victoriana, LXII (January, 1938), 19-21.

"At Last--A Canadian Literature?"  Cambridge Review, LX
     (December, 1938), 146-147.

"Balzac and Thackeray,"  Modern Language Review, XXXVI (1941),

"Henry James and His French Contemporaries,"  American
     Literature, XIII (1941), 239-256.

"Frederick Philip Grove,"  Manitoba Arts Review, III (1943), 28-41.

"The Humanities in Canada,"  Queen's Quarterly, L (1943-1944),

"In Defence of Basic English ..."  Queen's Quarterly, LI (1944),

"The Future of Universities: A British View,"  Queen's Quarterly,
     LI (1944), 420-428.

"The Novel in Canada,"  Queen's Quarterly, LII (1945), 322-331.

"A Probable Addition to the Thackeray Canon,"  Publications of
     the Modern Language Association of America, LX (1945), 607-611.

"Washington Irving and Charles Dickens,"  American Literature,
     XVI, 1945, 331-339.

"The First Canadian Novel," Dalhousie Review, XXVI (1946), 143-150.

"Flaubert and His Victorian Critics ...."  University of Toronto
     Quarterly, XVI (1946), 78-84.

"In Defence of Liberalism,"  Canadian Forum, XXV (1946), 238-239.

"The State of Canadian Poetry,"  Canadian Student, XXIV (1946),
     53-54, 59.

"The Future of the Novel," Queen's Quarterly, LIV (1947), 74-93.

"The Poetry of Duncan Campbell Scott,"  Canadian Forum, XXVIII
     (1948), 107-109.

"Virginia Woolf as a Literary Critic,"  University of Toronto
     Quarterly, XVII (1948), 234-244.

"How Big Should Our Universities Be?"  Dalhousie Review, XXIX
     (1949), 146-152.

"Bliss Carman: A Reappraisal,"  Northern Review, III (Feb. -
     Mar., 1950), 2-10.

"Literary Criticism in Canada,"  University of Toronto Quarterly,
     XIX (1950), 113-119.

"The Goldsmiths and Their Villages,"  University of Toronto
     Quarterly, XXI (1951), 27-38.

"Service and MacInnes,"  Northern Review, IV (Feb. - Mar, 1951),

"Some Recent English Canadian Novels,"  La Nouvelle Revue
     Canadienne, I (novembre-dcembre, 1951), 52-55.

"Leacock as a Satirist,"  Queen's Quarterly, LVIII (1951), 208-219.

"Two Accents, One Voice,"  Saturday Review of Literature, XXV
     (June 7, 1952), 15-16.

"Areas of Research in Canadian Literature,"  University of
     Toronto Quarterly, XXIII (October, 1953), 58-63.

"A Reading of Lampman's 'Heat,'" Culture, XIV (1953), 292-297.

"English-Canadian Poetry, 1944-1954,"  Culture, XV (1954), 255-265.

"The Innocent Eye: the Art of Ethel Wilson," Queen's Quarterly,
     LXI (1954), 42-52.

"The Role of the Critic,"  Canadian Author and Bookman, XXXII
     (Summer, 1956), 24-26.

"A Group of Seven,"  Queen's Quarterly, LXIII (Autumn, 1956),

"A Colonial Romantic: Major John Richardson, Soldier and
     Novelist,"  Canadian Literature, number 2 (1959), 20-31; no.
     3 (1960), 47-56.

"Bruno Bobak at U.N.B.," Canadian Art, XVIII (March-April, 1961),

"A Garland for Bliss Carman,"  Atlantic Advocate, LI (April,
     1961), 17, 19-220, 23-24.

"The Young Writer and the Canadian Cultural Milieu,"  Queen's
     Quarterly,  LXIX (1962), 378-390.

"What the University Expects,"  Vital English, I (June, 1964), 7-9.

"Cambridge Revisited,"  Atlantic Advocate, LIV (May, 1964), 46-51.

"A Visit to Hardy's Wessex,"  Atlantic Advocate, LV (November,
     1964), 54-59.

"The Canadian Imagination,"  The Literary Review, VIII (Summer,
     1965), 437-444.

"Easter Homage to George Herbert,"  Atlantic Advocate, LV (April,
     1965), 40-44.

"A Night North of Rome,"  Atlantic Advocate, LV (June, 1965), 46-49.

"Lost in Aix-en-Provence,"  Atlantic Advocate, LV (February,
     1965), 55-58.

"An Afternoon with Henry Moore,"  Atlantic Advocate,  LV (July,
     1965), 67-72.

"Ethel Wilson's First Novel,"  Canadian Literature, XXIX (Summer,
     1966), 43-55.

"Canadian Literature, 1966,"  Commentator, XI (Jan. 1967), 22-25.

"On Becoming a Canadian,"  Atlantic Advocate, LVII (February,
     1967), 12-13

"The Phenomenon of Leonard Cohen,"  Canadian Literature, no. 34
     (Autumn, 1967), 5-23.

"The Outlook for Canadian Literature,"  Canadian Literature, no.
     36 (Spring, 1968), 15-25.

"A Note on Major John Richardson,"  Canadian Literature, 39
     (Winter, 1969), 103-104.

"A Plea for the Study of Our Own Literature,"  Manitoba
     Curriculum Bulletin, III (May, 1969), 3-4.

"The Return of a Native: Impressions of New Zealand," Atlantic
     Advocate, LIX (August, 1969), 31-35.

"A Canadian Quintet,"  The Fiddlehead, 83 (Jan-Feb. 1970), 79-86.

"Church Life in Canada a Century Ago,"  Atlantic Advocate, LX
     (March, 1970), 45-52.

"Children in the Poetry of Yeats,"  Dalhousie Review, L (Summer,
1970), 233-248.

"Where Will Norman Go Next?"  Atlantic Advocate (May 1971), 59-63.

"In Search of Grove in Sweden: A Progress Report,"  Journal of
     Canadian Fiction, vol. 1, no. 1, (Winter 1972), 69-73.

"The Study of Canadian Literature," Journal of Canadian Fiction,
     vo. II, no.2, (Spring 1973), 67-72.

"The Poetry of Elizabeth Brewster,"  Ariel, vo. 4, no.3, (July
     1973), 58-69.

"Apologia,"  The Golden Dog no. 2 (August 1973), 23-27.

"Conclusion,"  Journal of Canadian Fiction, vol. II no.3, Special
     Issue (Summer 1973), 211-213.

"Foreword,"  A Future with a Past: An Artistic Salute to Dr. J.M.
     Anderson on His Installation as the tenth President of the
     University of New Brunswick, October 15-17, 1973, 3.

"Frederick Philip Grove: An International Novelist," The
     International Fiction Review, vol. 1, no.1, (January 1974),
     pp. 17-26.

"Areas of Research in Canadian Literature: A Reconsideration
     Twenty Years Later,"  Queen's Quarterly, LXXXI, (Spring
     1974),  62-69.

                    Encyclopedia Contributions

"Canada's Poets and Prose Writers,"  The Book of Knowledge.  New
     York: Grolier Society, 1948. Rev. ed. 1956.

"Louise Morey Bowman,"  "W.A. Fraser,"  "Frederick Philip Grove," 
     "John Hunter-Duvar,"  "Basil King,"  "A.M. Klein,"  "Mrs.
     Leprohon,"  "Tom MacInnes,"  "F.R. Scott,"  and "F.W.
     Wallace,"  Encyclopedia Canadiana, Ottawa: Canadiana Co.
     Ltd. 1956.

"Canadian Literature,"  "Frances Brooke,"  "L.J. Burpee," 
     "Morley Callaghan,"  "J.C. Dent,"  "Roger Lmelin,"  "Hugh
     MacLennan,"  "W. Archibald MacMechan,"  "Charles Mair," 
     "Gabrielle Roy,"  - in The World Book Encyclopedia (1960).

"Canadian Literature,"  American Educator Encyclopedia.  Lake
     Bluff, Ill.: Tangley Oaks Education Centre, 1960.

"Fredericton, N.B.,"  "Frederick Philip Grove,"  "William Kirby," 
     "Sir Charles G.D. Roberts", in Encyclopedia Brittanica

"Canadian Literature,"  in Encyclopedia International (1967).

"Canadian Literature,"  in Encyclopedia Americana (1967).

"Oliver Goldsmith," "Thomas Chandler Haliburton", "Charles
     Heavysege", "Susanna Moodie" and Catherine Parr Traill" in
     The Encyclopedia of World Biography.  New York: McGraw-Hill,

Articles on "Canadian Literature" and "Pauline Johnson,"  in The
World Book Encyclopedia.


"Tea for Three,"  a play in one act.  Directed by David Galloway
     and produced at the University of New Brunswick, August,


"The Issue,"  in Acta Victoriana, LX (November, 1935), 23.

"The Narrow Way," in Times Literary Supplement, no. 3364, 65th
     year, (Thursday, 18 August 1966), 743.

                          Short Stories

"Parade,"  Farmer's Magazine, (November, 1938), 30-31.

"Homecoming,"  Acta Victoriana, LXI (January, 1937), 4-5.

"And the Gods Laughed,"  Acta Victoriana, LXII (April, 1938), 1-4.

"Hired Man,"  Queen's Quarterly, XLVIII (1941), 268-276;
     Braunschweiger Zeitung 29/4/73; Allgemeine Zeit, 7/7/73;
     Presse 5/5/73; Mosaik 23/3/73.

"Aunt Polly,"  Queen's Quarterly, LIII (1946), 209-217;  Die
     Presse pp. 18 (February 2,3 1974); Mosaik, Feb. 27), 1974.

"Silo,"  Family Herald and Weekly Star, LXXXVII (1947), 18-19.

"The Field of Oats,"  Hilltop, I, no. 1 (April, 1948), 12-18. 
     Also published in Braunschweiger Zeitung, 25 June 1972;
     Madame, May/73; Romanzeit, April 14, 1974.

"No Young Man,"  Canadian Forum, XXIX (1949), 38-39.

"The Good Hope,"  Queen's Quarterly, LVII (1950), 209-217. 
     Reprinted as "The Boat,"  in The Picnic and Other Stories. 
     Toronto: Ryerson, 1958.  pp. 10-19.  Also published under
     that title in Neue Illustrierte and in National Zeitung
     (Basel).  Also published in Du (Zurich) and in Fordrevue
     (Munich), Arbeiter Zeitung, Der gute Kamerad, Aachener
     Kirchenzeitung, Hannov. Presse, Berner Tageblatt, 1971.

"The Picnic,"  Northern Review, IV (1950), 36-41.  Also published
     in German in Neue Illustrierte, (June 23), 1956, and in
     national Zeitung, Basel, (Sept. 9, 1956), and in Du,         
     (October, 1956), and in Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, (1971).

"The Mirror,"  Dalhousie Review, XXXIX (1954), 155-159.  Also
     published as Das Spiegelbild" in Braunschweiger Zeitung,     
     (10 December 1972), p.2.

"That Day in the Bush,"  Canadian Forum, XXXIV (1955), 226-227;
     Die Presse, pp.20, (January 5-6, 1974).

"Memoirs of a Hitchhiker,"  Atlantic Advocate, XLVII (December,
     1956), 66-68.

"The Ghost of Reddleman Lane,"  Atlantic Advocate, XLVII
     (December, 1957), 45, 47-48.

_____.  (Reprinted), Beckoning Trails, ed. P.W. Diebel and
     Madeline Young.  Toronto: Ryerson, 1962.

"The Odour of Incense,"  Canadian Forum, XXXVII (1957), 42-44.

____. (Reprinted), Stories with John Drainie, Ed. John Drainie. 
     Toronto, Ryerson, 1963.  pp. 198-206.  Also published as
     "Ein schwerer Duft" in Madame, Munich, (October 1974), pp.
     152-154;  Braunschweiger Zeitung (September 15, 1974);
     Allgemeine Zeitung, November 23, 1974.

"The Lost Girl,"  Atlantic Advocate, XLIX, (January 1958), pp.
     79-82.; reprinted, Atlantic Anthology, ed. Will R. Bird. 
     Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1959.  pp. 236-242.

"The Misses York,"  broadcast in "Canadian Short Stories" series
     by C.B.C. and printed in The Picnic and Other Stories

"The Test," The Picnic and Other Stories (1958).

"A Moment of Love,"  Atlantic Advocate, XLVIII (April 1958), 80-81.

"The Visit,"  Atlantic Advocate, L (February, 1960), 82-85. 
     reprinted as "The Trespasser," in The Picnic and Other
     Stories.  Toronto: Ryerson, 1958. pp. 89-96.

"The Weasel,"  Canadian Forum, XXXIX (1960), 260-261.

"The Brothers,"  Atlantic Advocate, LI (May, 1961), 69-73.

"When She Comes Over,"  The Fiddlehead, no. 53 (Summer, 1962),

"The Candidate,"Atlantic Advocate, LIII (March, 1963), 78-83.

"The Life and Death of Morning Star,"  Atlantic Advocate, LIV
     (April, 1964), 33-38.

"A Fellow of Christhouse,"  Atlantic Advocate, LVII (September,
     1966), 65-72.

"First Date,"  Atlantic Advocate, LVIII (June, 1968), 69-73.

"On the Roman Road,"  Atlantic Advocate, LX (May, 1970), 35-57;
     Die Presse, (April 6, 1974); Mannheimer Morgen, (May 22,

"Waken Lords and Ladies Gay,"  Atlantic Advocate, 62 (April,
     1972), 18-20, 22.

"A Summer Afternoon," Atlantic Advocate vol. 62, no. 12 (August
     1972), pp. 28-31.

"The Black House,"  Die Presse, 2 September 1972;  Mannheimer
     Morgan (24 Feb. 1973); Chic, (May 1973).


John Dos Passos, "The Big Money,"  in Acta Victoriana, XLI
     (October, 1936), 24-26.

William Faulkner, "Absalom, Absalom," in Acta Victoriana, XLI
     (November, 1936), 23-25.

C.W. Stanley, "Roots of the Tree," in Acta Victoriana, XLI
     (November, 1936), 25.

Ricardo Quintana, "The Mind and Art of Jonathan Swift,"  in Acta
     Victoriana, XLI (January, 1937), 27-30.

Mazo de la Roche, "Whiteoaks,"  in Acta Victoriana, LXII (April,
     1938), 34.

Frederick Philip Grove, "In Search of Myself," in The Canadian
     Forum, XXV (December, 1946), 212-213.

Cecil Driver, "Tory Radical," in The Canadian Forum, XXVII (June,
     1947), 70.

Lionel Stevenson, "The Showman of Vanity Fair,"  in The Canadian
     Forum, XXVII (June, 1947), 68-69.

Frederick Philip Grove, "Consider her Ways," in The Canadian
     Forum, XXVI (March, 1947), 283-284.

W.P. Percival, Ed.  "Leading Canadian Poets," in The Canadian
     Forum, XXVIII (June, 1948), 70.

Morley Callaghan, "Varsity Story," in The New York Times Book
     Review (January 16, 1949), 4.

Virginia Woolf, "The Captain's Death Bed and Other Essays," in
     The Canadian Forum, XXX (September, 1950), 141.

Richard Aldington, "D.H. Lawrence," in The Canadian Forum, XXX
     (August, 1950), 114-115.

Ethel Wilson, "The Innocent Traveller," in Northern Review, III
     (Feb./March, 1950), 53-4.

Martha Foley, Ed. "The Best American Short Stories," in Northern
     Review, IV (Oct./Nov. 1950), 42-3.

William Sansom, 'The Passionate North," John Steinbeck, "Burning
     Bright,"  in Northern Review, IV (June/July, 1951), 42-44.

E.J. Pratt, "Towards the Last Spike," in The Canadian Forum,
     XXXII (October, 1952), 164.

Mazo de la Roche, "A Boy in the House," in Northern Review, VI
     (Oct./Nov. 1953), 41-43.

Elizabeth Brewster, "East Coast," in The Fiddlehead, no. 18
     (1953), 11-12.

C.E.L. Ami, "The Green Madonna," E.M. Richardson, "Desired
     Haven," in Queen's Quarterly LX (Summer, 1953), 421-423.

Jean Lyon, "Just Half a World Away, My Search for the New India,"
     in The Canadian Forum, XXIV (December, 1954), 211-213.

Earle Birney, Ed., "Twentieth Century Canadian Poetry," in The
     Fiddlehead, no. 20 (Feb. 1954), 17-19.

Arthur S. Bourinot, "Five Canadian Poets," in The Canadian Forum,
     XXV (May, 1955), 44.

Bliss Carman, Lorne Pierce, V.B. Rhodenizer, "Canadian Poetry in
     English," in The Fiddlehead, nos. 23 and 24 (Feb. 1955), 25-26.

Alfred E. Purdy, "Pressed on Sand,"  A.J.M. Smith, "A Sort of
     Ecstasy," in The Fiddlehead, no. 25 (May, 1955), 13-14.

Irving Layton, "The Gold Green Element," Irving Layton, "the Blue
     Propeller," in The Fiddlehead, no. 26 (Nov. 1955), 28.

Igor Gouzenko, "The Fall of a Titan," in Queen's Quarterly, LXIII
     (Spring, 1956), 130-131.

Dorothy Livesay, "New Poems," in The Fiddlehead, no. 27 (Feb.
     1956), 22-23.

Irving Layton, "The Bull Calf and other Poems," in The
     Fiddlehead, no. 29 (August, 1956), 30-32.

F.R. Scott,"The Eye of the Needle," in The Canadian Forum, XXX
     (March, 1957), 285-286.

John Sutherland, "The Poetry of E.J. Pratt: A New
     Interpretation," in The Fiddlehead, no. 33 (August, 1957),

Arthur S. Bourinot, Ed., "Archibald Lampman's Letter to Edward
     William Thomson," in Queen's Quarterly, LXIV (Spring, 1957),

____.  Canadian Forum, XXXVII (September, 1957), 138.

Judith Wright, Ed., "A Book of Australian Verse,"  Daryl Hine,
     The Carnal and the Crane," in The Fiddlehead, no. 35
     (Winter, 1958), 37-40.

Violet Anderson, "The Ledge," Martin Gray, "Poems," Heather
     Spears, "Asylum Poems," in The Fiddlehead, no.38 (Fall,
     1958), 42-44, 46.

Julian Park, Ed. ., "The Culture of Contemporary Canada," in
     Queen's Quarterly, LXV (Winter, 1958/59), 690-691.

Norman Levine, "Canada Made Me," in Queen's Quarterly, LXVI
     (Summer, 1959), 328-329.

Miriam Waddington, "The Season's Lovers," in The Fiddlehead, no.
     40 (Spring, 1959(, 56-59.

Ralph Gustafson, Ed. "Penguin Book of Canadian Verse," in
     Canadian Forum, XXXVIII (March, 1959), 285.

Felix Singer, "These Seventeen," in The Fiddlehead, no. 43
     (Winter, 1960), 47.

George Johnston, "The Cruising Auk," Peter Miller, "Sonata for
     Frog and Man," in The Fiddlehead, no. 44 (Spring, 1960), 45-46.

Theresa E. Thomson and Don W. Thomson, "River and Realm," Thomas
     Saunders, "The Devil and Cal McCabe," Margaret Arnett
     MacLeod, "Songs of Old Manitoba," James Kirkup, "The
     Prodigal Son, Poems 1956-1959," John Press, "Guy Fawkes
     Night and Other Poems,", George Walton, "The Wayward Queen,"
     in The Fiddlehead, no. 45 (Summer, 1960), 47-50.

Wilfrid Eggleston, Ed., "The Green Gables Letters from L.M.
     Montgomery to Ephraim Weber, 1905-1909," in Dalhousie
     Review, XLI (Autumn, 1961), 429-431.

Thomas H. Raddall, "At the Tide's Turn and Other Stories,"
     Stephen Leacock, "Arcadian Adventures with the Idle Rich,"
     W.H. Drummond, "Habitant Poems," Malcolm Ross, ed., "Poets
     of the Confederation," in Queen's Quarterly, LXVIII (Spring,
     1961), 179-180.

Charles Edward Eaton, "Write Me from Rio," Leslie F. Hannon,
     "McLean's Canada: Portrait of a Country," in The Fiddlehead,
     no. 49 (Summer, 1961), 55-56.

Irving Layton, "The Swinging Flesh," Henry Moscovitch, "The
     Laughing Storm," in The Fiddlehead, no. 49 (Summer, 1961),

Morley Callaghan, "A Passion in Rome," in Queen's Quarterly, LXIX
     (1962), 308-310.

E. Mandel and J.G. Pilon, ed., "Poetry 62," in Canadian Forum,
     XLII (April, 1962), 17-19.

A.J.M. Smith, "The Masks of Fiction," Ernest Buckler, "The
     Mountain and the Valley," Gabrielle Roy, "Where Nests the
     Water Hen," Roger Lmelin, "The Town Below," Frances Brooke,
     "The History of Emily Montague," Stephen Leacock, "My
     discovery of English," in The Fiddlehead, no. 51 (Winter,
     1962), 63-64.

Robert Finch, "Acis in Oxford," D.G. Jones, "The Sun is Axeman,"
     Alden Nowlan, Wind in a Rocky Country," John Reeves, "A
     Beach of Strangers," in The Fiddlehead, no. 62 (Spring,
     1962), 59, 61-62.

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