Bonhomme: French-Canadian Stories and Sketches
A part of the Toronto Reprint Library of Canadian Prose and Poetry Series, this series is intended to provide for libraries a varied selection of titles of Canadian prose and poetry which have been long out-of-print. Each work is a reprint of a reliable edition, in a modern binding, and appropriate for public circulation. The Toronto Reprint Library makes available lesser known works of popular writers, and in some cases the only works of little known poets and prose writers. All form part of Canada’s literary history: all help to provide a better knowledge of our cultural and social past.
The Toronto Reprint Library is produced in short-run editions made possible by special techniques, some of which have been developed at the University of Toronto Press.
- Series: Heritage
- World Rights
- Page Count: 256 pages
- Dimensions: 6.0in x 0.0in x 9.0in
Henry Cecil Walsh was a Montrealer whose Bonhomme debuted to rave reviews in the Canadian Bookseller and Library Journal.
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