The Little Stone House

   Robert Aldred

   Illustrated by Elsie Thoonen

   
available


   “features thirty illustrations of…one of

   Chatham-Kent’s most intriguing structures.”
      — The Spirit of Bothwell


Describes “a south-western Ontario home” [that reflects] the architecture of southwest England where Cotswold cottages exhibited charm and utility”

Chatham Daily News

72 pages • hardbound • 6 x 9

ISBN: 978-0-96974-064-3

39 illustrations • 4 colour
Canadian History; Local History – Chatham-Kent

$29.95 Can/US








EMILY FAITHFULL

EMILY FAITHFULL

Victorian champion of women's rights

James S. Stone

The first major study of the founder of the
Victoria Press. An early champion of
women's rights in Britain.

Trade Cloth

0-88835-040-6
978-0-88835-040-4

notes · bibliography · index · illustrated · 340 pages · Can/U.S. $37.95










George Meredith's Politics : As Seen in his Life, Friendships, and Works




James S. Stone

Charts the political views of the 19th century's master of plot and

satire. Author of The Egoist.

Trade Cloth
0-88835-020-1
978-0-88835-020-6

notes · bibliography · index · illustrated · 281 pages · Can/U.S. $37.95




















HOHENZOLLERN BERLIN
construction and reconstruction

Robert R. Taylor

A detailed study of how the Hohenzollerns, the Princes of Saxony, commissioned public buildings, squares and monuments to enhance the regime's prestige; and discusses their use as propaganda in post WWII Berlin.


Trade Cloth
0-88835-016-3
978-0-88835-016-9

illustrated · notes · bibliography · index · 238 pages · Can/U.S. $37.95























SARA JEANNETTE DUNCAN

novelist of Empire

Thomas E. Tausky

A bio-critical study of a major Canadian writer.

Trade Cloth
0-88835-006-6
978-0-88835-006-0

notes · bibliography · index · 304 pages · Can/U.S. $37.95























TREES

a browser's anthology

W. R. Martin & Warren U. Ober

An anthology of short pieces of poetry and prose on trees, from ancient times to the present, intended for pleasurable browsing.  Includes pieces by W.B. Yeats,  Rudyard Kipling,  Winston Churchill, Joyce Kilmer, Thomas Hardy, William Faulkner, Philip Larkin, Ernest Hemingway, Ogden Nash, Henry James, Lewis Carroll, Robert Graves,  Earle Birney, D.H. Lawrence, Margaret Laurence, Kenneth Grahame, Mark Twain, George Eliot, William Shakespeare, Edmund Spenser, Geoffrey Chaucer, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Robert Frost, Virginia Woolf, Walt Whitman, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Henry Thoreau, and many others, as well as translations from ancient classics and the Bible. Ideal as a gift.


Trade Cloth
0-88835-005-8
978-0-88835-005-3


index · 264 pages · Can/U.S. $37.95

























“an excellent introduction to James”

Choice


HENRY JAMES'S APPRENTICESHIP:

the Tales, 1864-1882

Walter R. Martin and Warren Ober

A compact study of James through the lens

of his first tales.


notes index

Trade Cloth
0-88835-034-1

978-0-88835-034-3

notes · index · 240 pages · Can/U.S. $37.95





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