Titre : Hvað varðar okkur um Stephan G.? : Erindi [...
PUBLISHER: Reykjavík : Felagsprensmidjan, 1936. DESCRIPTION: 15 pages; mynd ; 21 cm. Gen. note Sérpr. úr Skinfaxa. Personal Subject: Per.Sub. Stephan G. Stephansson 1853-1927 . The author of this book is a major Icelandic author. The subject of the book, Stephan G. Stephansson, is considered Canada's greatest Icelandic-canadian poet, and (though he spent his adult life in Canada (and to a lesser degree the U S), one of Iceland's finest poets. The author was a major Icelandic poet of the modernist school, who in the 1930s in particular was strongly socialist in sentiment and anti-Nazi. In this booklet, he writes favourably about the left-wing political message of Stephansson's poetry. About Fine in half leather and brown paper-over-boards (hardcover). At time of cataloguing, only two listing for this item on Gegnir; not at Cornell; not at British Library; not at Library of Congress; not on AMICUS; not in Peel (3rd Ed.). Rare indeed - a critique of the works of a major Canadian poet, in remarkably nice condition. N° de réf. du libraire 29918
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