By Carl Spadoni,Judith Skelton Grant
Robertson Davies (1913–1995), certainly one of Canada’s so much exclusive authors of the 20 th century, was once identified for his paintings as a novelist, playwright, critic, journalist, and professor. This descriptive bibliography is devoted to his writing occupation, protecting all guides from his first enterprise into print on the age of 9 to works released posthumously to 2011. Entries comprise every one of Davies’ signed courses and people pseudonymous or nameless writings he said having written. incorporated are his performs, novels, journalism, educational writing, translations, interviews, speeches, lectures, unsigned articles and editorials, motion pictures, audio recordings, and multimedia versions. additionally indexed is a beneficiant sampling of unsigned articles and editorials.
Using Davies’ data and the records of alternative authors, agencies, and publishers, Carl Spadoni and Judith Skelton provide current A Bibliography of Robertson Davies to serve the learn calls for of Canadian literature and publication background scholars.
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A Bibliography of Robertson Davies by Carl Spadoni,Judith Skelton Grant