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This bibliography is limited to material on the history of designed (versus natural) gardens in Canada published before 1950, as well as contemporary literature on gardens existing before 1950. It provides entries for pictorial works, cultural landscapes, botanists/botanical exploration, flora, naturalists, travel and immigrant literature, general horticulture, experimental farms, fruit and vegetable growing, gardening, garden ornaments, landscaping, historic gardens, northern gardens, railway gardening, school gardening, botanical gardens, parks, landscape architects, societies, and landscape preservation.
"This groundbreaking new source of international scope defines the essay as nonfictional prose texts of between one and 50 pages in length. The more than 500 entries by 275 contributors include entries on nationalities, various categories of essays such as generic (such as sermons, aphorisms), individual major works, notable writers, and periodicals that created a market for essays, and particularly famous or significant essays. The preface details the historical development of the essay, and the alphabetically arranged entries usually include biographical sketch, nationality,
A portrait in text and photographs of Canada's twenty-one dynastic families. Includes a directory of the power-elites in business, the arts, politics, and the professions, with brief biographies and some pedigree charts.
"Now in its ninety-eighth year of publication, this standard Canadian reference source contains the most comprehensive and authoritative biographical information on notable living Canadians. Those listed are carefully selected because of the positions they hold in Canadian society, or because of the contribution they have made to life in Canada.The volume is updated annually to ensure accuracy, and 600 new entries are added each year to keep current with developing trends and issues in Canadian society. Included are outstanding Canadians
In a recent conversation with Priscilla Becker published by the Poetry Society of America, Richard Howard commented that, |I don't like direct self-expression...I am more interested in the dialogue of others than in merely the dialogue with another...the dialogue of the others who are not me.| Among the speakers in The Silent Treatment are Hannah Arendt, George Eliot, Cosima Wagner and a boy in a photograph by Arkansas photographer, Mike Disfarmer.
"Wish you could find giggle-inducing tween books for girls?" "Tired of young teen fiction that drags you down? Then try..." The Day I Washed My Face in the Toilet A laugh-out-loud novel that's perfect for girls and young teens! All 14-year-old Monica Bloomfield wants is to spend August at a science camp far away from her idiot sister and weird little brother. Trouble is, Monica's being dragged into the wedding party of her crabby old great aunt who lives in
Humanity is a part of Nature, yet every thinking person at one time or another asks herself or himself, "How did we get here? What makes me different from the rest of Nature?" In The Course of Nature an artist and a scientist ask those questions with full respect for all contexts, both scientific and not. Amy Pollack's figures stand on their own as elegant summaries of one or another aspect of Nature and our place in it. Robert Pollack's