Desmond Pacey’s most popular book is A Book of Canadian Stories.
Desmond Pacey’s most popular book is A Book of Canadian Stories. Creative Writing in Canada: A Short History of English-Canadian Literature by. Desmond Pacey. Essays in Canadian Criticism, 1938-1968 by.
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The New Canadian Library is a publishing imprint of the Canadian company McClelland and Stewart. The series aims to present classic works of Canadian literature in paperback. Each work published in the series includes a short essay by another notable Canadian writer, discussing the historical context and significance of the work. These essays were originally forewords, but after McClelland and Stewart's 1985 sale to Avie Bennett, the prefatory material was abandoned and replaced by afterwords.
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William Cyril Desmond Pacey FRSC (May 1, 1917 - July 4, 1975) was a Canadian academic and literary critic, and a writer of short stories and children's poetry. Pacey was born in Dunedin, New Zealand, the son of William and Mary Pacey. His father was killed in World War I. Pacey and his mother emigrated to England, where he received his early education. In 1931, Pacey and his mother immigrated to Canada, where his mother remarried and they settled in Glanford Station, Ontario.
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A book of canadian stories. A very good copy of this paperback book in silver card covers with photo illustration to front cover and map to back cover. Some photos throughout. Bright, crisp and clean text. Published by The Ryerson Press, Toronto (1947).