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1. A pair of grey socks: facts and fancies A pair of grey socks: facts and fancies Great Britain. Army. Newfoundland Regiment, 1st--Fiction; World War, 1914-1918--Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction "Lovingly dedicated to the boys of the Newfoundland Regiment. And to every woman who has knitted a pair of grey socks" (cover). Includes, within the story, verses by Margaret Duley.

2. Broken links: a story Broken links: a story Love stories A novel recounting the twists of fate that befall two young lovers over the years.

3. When the dumb speak When the dumb speak Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction A novel following the lives of two young brothers and their families in Newfoundland.

4. Out of the net Out of the net Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction Young Jorley O'Hagan comes of age in a small Newfoundland cove.

5. Only a fisherman's daughter Only a fisherman's daughter Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction A poor but spirited Newfoundland heroine comes of age and finds love.

6. Faithless : a Newfoundland romance Faithless : a Newfoundland romance Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction A novel dealing with the changes in romantic fortune of a young Newfoundland woman, 1894-1898.

7. "The queen of Fairy Dell" and other tales "The queen of Fairy Dell" and other tales Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction A collection of short stories set in Newfoundland focusing on the lives and loves of ordinary people. Many of the stories have Christmas themes.

8. Mayflowers and roses Mayflowers and roses Newfoundland and Labrador--Poetry In Mayflowers and Roses, poet Ena Constance Barrett makes many references to both her adopted home, Newfoundland, and her native country, Great Britian. Faith and the beauty of nature are common themes throughout, the collection also including several poems about the two World Wars.

9. Lilts of Newfoundland [2nd ed.] Lilts of Newfoundland [2nd ed.] Newfoundland and Labrador--Poetry "Second edition with additional lilts" (title page verso). A collection of Newfoundland poems by Ena Constance Barrett, featuring such themes as the Great War, the beauty of Newfoundland's natural landscape, and family. The seasons are presented in order throughout the volume from Spring to Winter, including one poem on winter in her town of Curling (p. 34). In addition, in one particular poem (p. 20) Barrett makes an appeal for funds for a Bay of Islands war memorial.

10. In caribou land In caribou land Newfoundland and Labrador--Poetry A collection of Newfoundland poetry, including some photographs and the music to "Caribou Land" by R.T. Bevan (1927) (p. [10]).

11. Autumn in King's Cove and other poems Autumn in King's Cove and other poems Newfoundland and Labrador--Poetry; Newfoundland and Labrador--King's Cove--Poetry A collection of Newfoundland poetry by Bertille Tobin, most of which deals with either her home town of King's Cove or the beauty of nature.

12. Poems Poems Poetry; Newfoundland and Labrador--Poetry Poems (1860) is the first volume of poetry by Isabella Whiteford, whose Methodist parents immigrated to Newfoundland in 1850. By her second volume, The Victorian triumph and other poems (1898), she was a well-known literary figure in the colony. Poems contains some 120 pieces, many Christian-themed and covering both Newfoundland and Irish subjects. In addition to traditional topics such as nature and the passage of time, Whiteford also drew inspiration from historical and local community events, such as Wolfe's victory at Quebec, the loss of a sailor at sea, and parish fundraising efforts. (G.M. Story, "Whiteford, Isabella (Rogerson)," Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 13.)

13. Poems, written in Newfoundland Poems, written in Newfoundland Poetry; Newfoundland and Labrador--Poetry Henrietta Lushington, nee Prescott, was the daughter of Sir Henry Prescott, Governor of Newfoundland from 1834-41. The collection includes several long poems as well as miscellaneous items and poetry for youth. Though written in Newfoundland, the island as a subject is not predominant, Lushington drawing on nature and world history for inspiration.

14. The convict ship and other poems The convict ship and other poems Poetry; Newfoundland and Labrador--Poetry Includes the long poem "The convict ship" and 90 other poems. Death and loss are recurring themes, and many references are made throughout to her native Scotland. Religious themes are also present, notably in a selection of poems dealing with Scriptural heroines. Peace also writes about local events, such as the St. John's fire of 1846. There are tributary lines at the end by fellow poet E. Marks, and a poetic exchange between the two authors about Scotland (p. 156-65).

15. The Victorian triumph and other poems The Victorian triumph and other poems Poetry; Newfoundland and Labrador--Poetry The Victorian Triumph (1898) is the second volume of poetry by Isabella Whiteford. Since the publication of her first volume entitled Poems (1860), she had become a well-known literary figure in the colony, marrying James Johnstone Rogerson in 1879. Victorian Triumph contains 101 poems which, like her previous collection, focus on such topics as nature, the passage of time, historical and local community events, and religious themes. Many poems draw on her philanthropical work, which she shared with her husband as an active member of the Methodist Church. (G.M. Story, "Whiteford, Isabella (Rogerson)," Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 13.)
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