Item #8765 2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books. Alice  MUNRO, Shelia MUNRO, Jack MCCLELLAND.
2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books
2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books
2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books
2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books
2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books
2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books
2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books
2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books
2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books
2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books
2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books
2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books
2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books

2 Munro and 1 McClelland signed books

Date Published: 1988 to 2009
Binding: Hard Cover

#1) Too Much Happiness

MUNRO, Alice

- 2009. 1st Can. printing (McClelland & Stewart/Dougas Gibson imprint)

- scarce signed printing of Can. edition, with modern-styling of signature

- includes press clipping with magazine review of book

#2) Lives of Mothers & Daughters

MUNRO, Sheila

- 2001. 1st Canadian printing (McClelland & Stewart/Douglas Gibson imprint)

- scarce signed/inscribed association copy from Munro to Sheila Laidlaw-Radford, sister of Nobel Prize-winning author Alice Munro (nee Alice Laidlaw)

- book written by Sheila Munro, Alice's daughter, detailing life growing up with a mother as a writer

- Sheila Laidlaw pictured in family photograph included in book (Pg. 137)

- "A graduate of the Ontario College of Art and York University, Sheila Laidlaw-Radford was an accomplished print maker whose etchings explored and celebrated women's bodies. One notable work appeared on the cover for the first edition of Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage (2001). Laidlaw-Radford was an environmentalist and an active member of the Peterborough Community of Artists.

#3) Imagining Canadian Literature: The Selected Letters of Jack McClelland

MCCLELLAND, Jack

- 1998. 3rd printing softcover (only edition published), Key Porter Books

- books centers around various letters sent to and from McClelland from famous Canadian authors, including Margaret Atwood, Earle Birney, Mordecai Richler, Margaret Laurence and many others, which describe the rise of McClelland & Stewart as a publishing house and its championing of Canadian Literature

- signed and inscribed to recipient in 2002 (two years before his death in Florida)

- not to be mistaken for "autopen" signature, which is also included on title page (printed-on)

Books on consignment with LDRB.
Item #8765

$290.00 USD
$389.68 CAD

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