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Thu Oct 16 17:59:45 2014 UTClccn-n790453560.39Poetry Criticism0.730.95Guide to the papers of Earle Birney in Canadian repositories /97679781Earle_Birneyn 79045356278748Birney, Alfred E. 1904-1995Birney, Alfred EarleBirney, Alfred Earle 1904-Birney, Alfred Earle 1904-1995Birney, Earlelccn-n79071137Lowry, Malcolm1909-1957lccn-n79045355Aichinger, Peter1933-lccn-n50022317Rowland, Berylothlccn-n79027228Chaucer, Geoffrey-1400lccn-n50043538Lowry, Margerie Bonneredtlccn-n50039255Davey, Frank1940-lccn-n87897804Nesbitt, Brucelccn-n80085267Canadian Broadcasting Corporationviaf-309915594Robillard, Richard H.lccn-n80120516National Film Board of CanadaBirney, Earle1904-1995Criticism, interpretation, etcFictionPoetryBiographyFilm adaptationsInterviewsCanadian poetryBirney, Earle,CanadaLiteratureIrony in literatureChaucer, Geoffrey,TechniqueIronyCanadian fictionPoets, CanadianPoeticsSoldiersCanadian literatureAboriginal AustraliansQueensland--Cape York PeninsulaConcrete poetry, CanadianCreative writingCreation (Literary, artistic, etc.)Canadian dramaManners and customsCollege teachersCommunistsSatire, CanadianCanada.--Canadian ArmyLiterature, ModernBritish Columbia--VancouverBritish ColumbiaPoetryAmerican fictionMacLennan, Hugh,English poetryPurdy, Al,New York (State)--New YorkAlcoholics--RehabilitationPsychiatric hospital patientsSocial historyEuropean poetryThomas, Dylan,Cisneros, SandraPoetry, AncientPoetry, MedievalPoetry, ModernErdrich, LouiseAmerican poetryBraithwaite, William Stanley,PoetsWorld War (1939-1945)Authors, CanadianHodgins, Jack,Mitchell, W. O.--(William Ormond),190419951928193519361937193819391940194119421945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891991199219931994199519981999200020022004200620082012201320149405451917811.52PR9199.3.B44ocn000252955ocn000728137ocn003337147ocn301422480ocn465314759ocn314667591ocn797843466ocn651538892ocn797283657ocn568740543ocn022769398ocn029070723ocn658548793ocn658551564ocn4634825345148ocn016646169book19850.70Birney, EarleEssays on Chaucerian ironyCriticism, interpretation, etc49753ocn002423866book19490.79Birney, EarleTurvey : a military picaresqueFictionPrivate Thomas Leadbeater Turvey is nobody's idea of a capable recruit. Shifted from regimental pillar to post, Turvey tries and fails at every odd job in the army with a remarkable genius for mishap. A casualty before he has a chance to see action, Turvey watches the maimed and dying return from the front; thus Earle Birney's comic masterpiece becomes an unforgettable indictment of war+-+880445622548514ocn000367345book19620.66Lowry, MalcolmSelected poems of Malcom Lowry45926ocn000252955book19630.63Lowry, MalcolmLunar causticFiction27222ocn001532304book19000.79Birney, EarleDown the long tableFiction2479ocn001311095book19750.77Birney, EarleThe collected poems of Earle Birney22714ocn000163767book19710.79Birney, EarleRag & bone shop22511ocn000081019book19690.74Birney, EarleThe poems of Earle Birney; a New Canadian library selection21012ocn003243058book19660.79Birney, EarleSelected poems, 1940-196619915ocn000728137book19530.63Birney, EarleTwentieth century Canadian poetry : an anthology19414ocn004932024book19780.70Birney, EarleFall by fury, & other makingsEarle Birney's first collection of new poems in five years ' a varied assembly of visual and verbal magic from the creator of such beloved classics as "David," "Bear on the Delhi Road," "Billboards Build Freedom of Choice" and others. A man whose name is synonymous with poetry, a writer whose popularity cuts across generations and geographical boundaries, Earle Birney maintains a spirit of perpetual youth in his verse, whether making a poem about being old or being in love, about grief or joy, about the past, the present or the future. In Fall by Fury, he deals with all these themes, employing a broad array of forms, including drawn poems, and achieving moods of serenity, humour, irony, tenderness and hope. Here, from one of our most esteemed poets, is a significant new volume, full of the timeless artistry that has earned him two Governor General's Awards, a Canada Council Medal and the Lorne Pierce Medal of the Royal Society of Canada18610ocn003207418book19720.77Birney, EarleWhat's so big about green?1846ocn000608154book19660.74Birney, EarleMemory no servant1728ocn002938602book19640.74Birney, EarleNear False Creek Mouth; new poems16910ocn005633108book19780.77Birney, EarleBig bird in the bush : selected stories and sketchesFiction16712ocn000636017book19660.82Birney, EarleThe creative writer16710ocn003760143book19570.74Birney, EarleThe damnation of Vancouver1663ocn000635963book19720.84Four parts sandPoetry15712ocn003740245book19770.82Birney, EarleGhost in the wheels : selected poems+-+735965622515511ocn036581222book19520.82Birney, EarleTrial of a city and other versePoetry5564ocn004775010book19000.66Aichinger, PeterEarle BirneyCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+14275357452644ocn000516859book19710.74Davey, FrankEarle BirneyCriticism, interpretation, etc1893ocn007235250book19800.82Birney, EarleSpreading time : remarks on Canadian writing and writersCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography1884ocn000393658book19710.74Robillard, Richard HEarle BirneyCriticism, interpretation, etcFor the student or general reader1833ocn001154348book19740.77Nesbitt, BruceEarle BirneyCriticism, interpretation, etc1574ocn030973934book19940.66Cameron, ElspethEarle Birney : a lifeBiographyLife story of Earle Birney, one of Canada's most respected poets1374ocn003242059book19720.77Birney, EarleThe cow jumped over the moon; the writing and reading of poetry842ocn020266384book19800.74Birney, EarleSpreading time : remarks on Canadian writing and writers, 1904-1949Criticism, interpretation, etcBiography+-+9045434645812ocn841533092visu19810.50Earle Birney Portrait of a PoetThe late Earle Birney served as a personnel officer in the Canadian Army during World War II and is the two-time recipient of the Governor General's Award, Canada's top literary honor, for his poetry. This writer, scholar, and activist is revered as the grand old man of Canadian poetry. In this intimate profile, Birney speaks lovingly of his craft and explains the process of translating poetic inspiration into a successful work of art. Highlighting this classic documentary are excerpts from his moving epic David, the lyric poem "From the Hazel Bough," and Alaska Passage, which Birney performs with the percussion group NEXUS511ocn002966967book19730.86Bissett, BillWhere is Miss Florence Riddle434ocn070601984visu19810.47Earle Birney portrait of a poetCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyInterviewsIn this film Birney speaks of his craft and talks about the difficult process of translating poetic inspiration into a work of art. Birney also performs some of his own poems, notably, "David."222ocn015541499book19830.74Noel-Bentley, Peter CEarle Birney : an annotated bibliographyBibliography211ocn856726444book20130.47We go far back in time : the letters of Earle Birney and Al Purdy, 1947-1984Records and correspondence181ocn005739171score19780.93Benson, WarrenNara : soprano voice, flute, piano, and two percussionMusical settings172ocn054409384book20040.39Galens, DavidPoetry CriticismCriticism, interpretation, etcBio-bibliographyAnnotation+-+2904112325161ocn025441900book19870.95Barr, DebraGuide to the papers of Earle Birney in Canadian repositoriesArchives162ocn844727518visu20120.47Trawna Tuh BelvulFilm adaptationsThis short film is an expressive interpretation of Earle Birney's poem 'Trawna Tuh Belvul by Knayjim Psifik.' Using finely crafted cut-out animation, this film is an adventure aboard a train. The characters, their stories and the blend of rail sounds, original music and Earle Birney's reading of the poem all contribute to a memorable experience of the journey from Toronto to Belleville, Ontario141ocn052352725visu19920.53View from the typewriterInterviewsA celebration of Canada (people, places, culture) presented via readings from the works of leading literary figures matched up with illustrative documentary film footage. Featured authors are: Milton Acorn, Malcolm Lowry, Jack Hodgins, Earle Birney, Margaret Laurence, W.O. Mitchell, Farley Mowat, Hugh Maclennan, Leonard Cohen and Margaret Atwood104ocn005066921book19740.95Brown, Rod SThree perspectives on the depression Morley Callaghan, Hugh Maclennan, Earle BirneyCriticism, interpretation, etc91ocn023383204rcrd19820.70Birney, EarleNexus & Earle BirneyMusical settings+-+7359656225+-+7359656225Thu Oct 16 15:04:16 EDT 2014batch32369