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The Great Canadian Sonnet Part One

Artists
David McFadden and Greg Curnoe
Date
1970
Publisher
Coach House Press
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Hardcover
Size
9 × 11 × 1.5 cm
Length
216 
Description

First edition published by Coach House Press Toronto Canada. This book has sixteen chapters and is part one of the Great Canadian Sonnet. A complete book of parts one and two was published in 1974.

Images reference many familiar Canadian brands, places and landmarks from the 1970s.

Text is by Dave McFadden and images by Greg Curnoe.

Very rare

  1. The Great Canadian Sonnet Part One
 

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