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12mo - 19 x 13 cm.; 101 pp. One of a series called The New Dominion Books from Ryerson Press. A collection of a series of lectures given at Queen's University in 1940 to facilitate a better understanding of French Canada. Contents: 1 - "Foreword" by R. C. Wallace, 2 - "Some French-Canadian Backgrounds" by Msgr. Olivier Maurault, 3 - "French-Canadian Ideals in Education" by Fr. Henri Saint-Denis OMI, 4 - "French Canada in Literature and Song" by Jean Bruchesi, 5 - "Art in French Canada" by Marius Barbeau, 6 - "French Canada in the National Setting" by Leon-Mercier Gouin. Paper wraps have some soiling and edgewear; text pages clean.
Title: French-Canadian Backgrounds: A Symposium.
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario., Ryerson Press: 1940
Book Condition: Good+
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 13672
Keywords: Canada; Olivier Maurault; Quebec; Henri Saint Denis; French-Canadian; Jean Bruchesi; Education; Marius Barbeau; Literature; Leon Mercier Gouin; Art Politics