Titre : Stúlknamunur : samtal á leiksviđi og nokkur ...
Publisher information/Imprint: Winnipeg : [s.n.], 1903. Description : 32 s/pages; 16 sm./cm. Lower portion (less than half) of front printed paper (rose coloured) cover missing but title and author information remains intact in upper portion of cover; text block VG; stapled binding. Subject : Íslenskar bókmenntir/Icelandic/Icelandic-Canadian/American Literature; Ljóð/poetry; Leikrit. AUTHOR BIO : Sveinn Símonarson was a native of Skagafjörður in Northern Iceland, lived most of his adult life as a labourer in North Dakota and died there in 1923. SUBJECTS: North Dakota literature; Icelandic Literature/ Íslenskar bókmenntir; Poetry/Ljóð. Some poems refer to specific American settings and individuals, but some reflect Canadian people or situations (e.g., p. 24). OTHER : Referenced in Hjartar, p. 46. At time of cataloguing, not on Amicus; not in Peel (3rd Ed.). Early and rare Canadian/American Icelandic-language imprint. N° de réf. du libraire 35737
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