Ex libris Frank H. Severance.
|Statement||Ed. by John Simpson.|
|Contributions||Simpson, John, 1807-1878, ed.|
|LC Classifications||PR9235 .S5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||28021701|
The Canadian forget me not for MDCCCXXXVII [microform] / edited by John Simpson; New Canadian library; Upsala Canadian studies; The British Canadian review [microform] Explore. Find in other libraries; Preview at Google Books; Check eResources and Research Guides;. The first anthology of Canadian literature was born in troubled Canadian Forget Me Not for MDCCCXXXVIIwas published in January of that year ().Its editor, John Simpson, had arrived in Canada two years earlier, after leaving his business as a linen draper in London and moving to Niagara, Upper Canada, where he established himself as a bookseller, printer, editor, and publisher of. John Simpson's The Canadian Forget Me Not for MDCCCXXXVII () is a representation of popular nineteenth-century bourgeois literary taste that predates this legitimating rhetoric. Michael Ondaatje's From Ink Lake () renders an ironic commentary on this hundred-year-old legacy of canon formationAuthor: Peter. Lipert. Forget me not: a Christmas, New Year's, and birthday present, for MDCCCXXXVII / edited by Frederic Shoberl; Forget me not: a Christmas, New Year's, and birthday present, for MDCCCXXXIX / edited by Frederic Shoberl; Forget me not: a Christmas, New Year's, and birthday present, for MDCCCXXXVII / Edited by Frederic Shoberl.
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