|The Flute and Other Poems
|The Ryerson Press
|Canadiana, fiction, poetry
Katharine Hale (Mrs. John Garvin) is a well-known poet. Her first book publications were in this medium and attracted wide attention. Poems began to appear in many anthologies, Canadian, American and British. With Canadian Cities and Canadian Houses of Romance she turned to prose, and these works were followed by Legends of the St. Lawrence, which won for her a place among the Honorary Members of L'lnstitut Historique et Heraldique of France; a Life of Isabella V. Crawford and This is Ontario.
The Island, a poem in seven movements, was published in a small edition, quickly exhausted. It is to release this remarkable sequence, and to add new poems which we feel will undoubtedly strengthen her position as a unique and original talent that this chap-book of the work of Katherine Hale is offered.
Two of the poems in this collection appeared previously in Saturday Night.--intro. [Suggest a different description.]
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