Canadian Books In Print

Author by : Canadian Books in Print Committee
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Description : Includes French-language titles published by predominantly English-language Canadian publishers.


Canadian Books In Print

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Canadian Books In Print

Author by : Marian Butler
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History Of The Book In Canada 1840 1918

Author by : History of the Book in Canada Project
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Publisher by : University of Toronto Press
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Description : This second of three volumes in theHistory of the Book in Canada demonstrates the same research and editorial standards established with Volume One by book history specialists from across the nation.


History Of The Book In Canada Beginnings To 1840

Author by : History of the Book in Canada Project
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Publisher by : University of Toronto Press
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Description : Impressive in its scope and depth of scholarship, this first volume of the History of the Book in Canada is a landmark in the chronicle of writing, publishing, bookselling, and reading in Canada.


Picturing Canada

Author by : Gail Edwards
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Publisher by : University of Toronto Press
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Description : Gail Edwards and Judith Saltman illuminate the connection between children's publishing and Canadian nationalism, analyse the gendered history of children's librarianship, identify changes and continuities in narrative themes and artistic styles, and explore recent changes in the creation and consumption of children's illustrated books. Over 130 interviews with Canadian authors, illustrators, editors, librarians, booksellers, critics, and other contributors to Canadian children's book publishing, document the experiences of those who worked in the industry.


A New Class Of Art

Author by : Rosemarie L. Tovell
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New Canadian Library

Author by : Janet Beverly Friskney
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Description : In the mid-1950s, much Canadian literature was out of print, making it relatively inaccessible to readers, including those studying the subject in schools and universities. When English professor Malcolm Ross approached Toronto publisher Jack McClelland in 1952 to propose a Canadian literary reprint series, it was still the accepted wisdom among publishers that Canadian literature was of insufficient interest to the educational market to merit any great publishing risks. Eventually convinced by Ross that a latent market for Canadian literary reprints did indeed exist, McClelland & Stewart launched the New Canadian Library (NCL) series in 1958, with Ross as its general editor. In 2008, the NCL will celebrate a half-century of publication. In New Canadian Library, Janet B. Friskney takes the reader through the early history of the NCL series, focusing on the period up to 1978 when Malcolm Ross retired as general editor. A wealth of archival resources, published reviews, and the NCL volumes themselves are used to survey the working relationship between Ross and McClelland, as well as the collaborative participation of those who, through the middle decades of the twentieth century, were committed to studying and nurturing Canada's literary heritage. To place the New Canadian Library in its proper historical context, Friskney examines the simultaneous development of Canadian literary studies as a legitimate area of research and teaching in academe and acknowledges the NCL as a milestone in Canadian publishing history.


Early Canadian Printing

Author by : Patricia Fleming
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Description : In addition to verifying as many of Tremaine's original library locations as possible, and identifying additional copies of the items, the authors of the supplement have added many new entries that have come to light in the last 45 years.


Fit To Print

Author by : Joanne Buckley
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Publisher by : Nelson
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