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ISBN:
0802053114
Author:
Desmond Pacey,Frederick Philip Grove
Category:
Regional Canada
Language:
English
Publisher:
University of Toronto Press; First Edition edition (October 1975)
Pages:
586 pages
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Frederick Philip Grove was an important Canadian novelist and essayist, and a pioneer in the . This volume contains 514 letters written by Grove between 1913 and his death in 1948, and, in an appendix, 15 letters written by Felix Paul Greve between 1902 and 1909.

Frederick Philip Grove was an important Canadian novelist and essayist, and a pioneer in the development of Canadian fiction. He was one of a small group of prairie writers who, between the wars, began to introduce realism to Canadian fiction.

Grove in addition to publishing a monograph, Frederick Philip Grove, while Margaret Stobie explored Grove’s teaching years in Manitoba in her book, Frederick Philip Grove.

Frederick Philip Grove was an important Canadian novelist and essayist, and a pioneer in the development of Canadian fiction

Frederick Philip Grove was an important Canadian novelist and essayist, and a pioneer in the development of Canadian fiction. PaceyDesmond: Desmond Pacey (1917-1975) was a pioneer of Canadian literary criticism. He was also a notable author of verse and short fiction and a long-time university administrator – as dean of graduate studies, as academic vice president, and as acting president – until his death in 1975. This volume contains 514 letters. Published by: University of Toronto Press.

FREDERICK PHILIP GROVE was born Felix Paul Grève in Radomno, West Prussia (now Poland), in 1879. He studied philology and archeology in Bonn and Rome, and became a prolific translator of World Literature. In 1912, Grove arrived in Manitoba, Canada, where he worked as a schoolteacher in rural areas. Grove is the author of numerous books, including Over Prairie Trails, Settlers.

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At Last - A Canadian Literature. Frederick Philip Grove. Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1945, 1970. Literary Criticism in Canada.

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