New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1912.; 371 pages, 348 with full-text search [?]
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|Creator||Parker, Gilbert, 1862-1932|
|Title||The works of Gilbert Parker|
|Published||New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1912.|
Canadian fiction (English), CIHM
Canadian short stories (English), CIHM
Canadian poetry (English), CIHM
Roman canadien-anglais, ICMH
Nouvelles canadiennes-anglaises, ICMH
Poésie canadienne-anglaise, ICMH
|Document source||Library and Archives Canada|
xvi, , 347 p. : port. ; 22 cm.
Each vol. has special t.p. and an introd. giving some background information about the work. Volume 1 also has an introduction to the whole set.
Reference: Watters (2nd ed.), p. 228.
Canadiana.org has v. 1-23.
Contents: Vol. 1. Pierre and his people -- v. 2. A Romany of the snows : being a continuation of the personal histories of "Pierre and his people" -- v. 3. Northern lights -- v. 4. Mrs. Falchion -- v. 5. Cumner's son and other South sea folk -- v. 6. When Valmond came to Pontiac. The trail of the sword -- v. 7. The translation of a savage. The pomp of the Lavilettes. At the sign of the eagle -- v. 8. The trespasser. The march of the White guard -- v. 9. The seats of the mighty -- v. 10. The battle of the strong -- v. 11. The lane that had no turning, and other associated tales concerning the people of Pontiac, together with certain parables of a province -- v. 12. The right of way -- v. 13. Michel and Angèle. John Enderby. "There is sorrow on the sea." -- v. 14. Donovan Pasha and some people of Egypt -- v. 15-16. The weavers -- v. 17. Embers. A lover's diary -- v. 18. The judgment house -- v. 19. The money master : being the curious history of Jean Jacques Barbille, his labours , his loves, and his ladies -- v. 20. The world for sale -- v. 21. You never know your luck. Wild youth -- v. 22. No defence -- v. 23. Carnac's folly.
Volume 1 of a 23 volume set. For individual volumes in the set see CIHM nos. 85946 to 85968.