1918. Decorations by the author. A collection of verse from Wilson
MacDonald who was one of Canada's leading poets in the first half
of the last century. Contents: A Toast to Beauty; Prelude; The Cry
of the Song Children; A Song to Canada; A Poet Stood Forlorn; Song
of the Snowshoe Tramp; Adversity; Whom Shall my Heart Condemn?;
First Song Without a Name; The Whip-poor-will; Trapper One and
Trapper Two; or, the Ghost of Ungava; Reed Songs; A Song of
Brotherhood; Barbary; To the Uncrowned Kings; I Feel nor
Understand; At the Piano; The Waking Though; and Otus and Rismel (A
Ballade of the Long Sea Lanes).
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