Sunday, April 22, 2007

getting there

Two on-line orders later, and though my credit card may now have a sprain I've only got twenty more texts to track down. If you happen to have any of these lying around that you would part with for a little cash and a lot of gratitude, please drop me a comment or a line.

  1. Hart Beckwith, Julia. St. Ursula's Convent.
  2. Roberts, Charles G.D. The Last Barrier and Other Stories.
  3. Sime, J.G. Sister Woman
  4. Atwood, Margaret. Moral Disorder.
  5. Findley, Timothy. Spadework.
  6. Johnston, Wayne. The Custodian of Paradise.
  7. Kogawa, Joyce. Obasan.
  8. Wilson, Milton (ed). Poets Between the Wars.
  9. Goldsmith, Oliver. The Rising Village.
  10. Crawford, Isabella Valency. Malcolm's Katie.
  11. Johnson, E. Pauline. Flint and Feather.
  12. Clarke, George Elliot. Execution Poem.
  13. Campbell, Maria and Linda Griffiths. The Book of Jessica.
  14. Clark, Sally. Moo.
  15. Mojica, Monique. Princess Pocahontas and the Blue Spots.
  16. Thompson, Judith. White Biting Dog.
  17. Hutcheon, Linda. The Canadian Postmodern.
  18. Jones, D.G. Butterfly on a Rock.
  19. Kertzer, Jonathan. Worrying the Nation: Imagining a National Literature in English Canada.
  20. Mandel, Eli (ed). Contexts of Canadian Criticism.

Oh man, that list feels long! As Will Farrell would say, this list is like a fifteen-year-old girl but not hot.

1 comment:

Andrea said...

I have none of those books - you bought all of the ones that I do already :(

That sentence really doesn't make much sense, but Will Ferrell would say, "Nobody knows what it means. It's provocative!"