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"A richly rewarding bibliography that offers remarkable depth, breadth, and authority. Students and scholars in the fields of Canadian literature and book history, as well as librarians, booksellers, and book collectors will find this bibliography to be a powerful tool." -- Linda Quirk, Bruce Peel Special Collections Library, University of Alberta "A Bibliography of Robertson Davies presents an enormous amount of research in a concise and readable fashion. It will be of great benefit to both scholars of Davies' work and historians of Canadian publishing history." -- Sandra Alston, Canadiana Specialist (retired), University of Toronto Libraries
Chronology Introduction: Scope and Arrangement of the Bibliography; Descriptive Elements; Sources Consulted; Index Location Symbols Acknowledgments Illustrations A Section: Separate Publications Shakespeare's Boy Actors. 1939 Shakespeare for Young Players: A Junior Course. 1942 How Stupid Is Canada? 1946 The Diary of Samuel Marchbanks. 1947 Overlaid: A Comedy. 1948 Eros at Breakfast and Other Plays. 1949 Fortune, My Foe. 1949 The Table Talk of Samuel Marchbanks. 1949 At My Heart's Core. 1950 Tempest-Tost. 1951 A Masque of Aesop. 1952 Leaven of Malice. 1954 A Jig for the Gypsy. [1955] A Mixture of Frailties. 1958 Battle Cry for Book Lovers. 1960 A Voice from the Attic. 1960 Literature in Medicine. 1962 A Masque of Mr Punch. 1963 In Memoriam Lionel Vincent Massey 1916-1965. 1965 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1965 A21 Massey College Calendar 1966-1967. 1966 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1966 At My Heart's Core & Overlaid. 1966 Massey College Calendar 1967-1968. 1967 Marchbanks' Almanack. 1967 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1967 Massey College Head Remembers Vincent Massey. 1968 In Memoriam The Right Honourable Vincent Massey 1887-1967. [1968] The Voice of the People. 1968 Four Favourite Plays. 1968 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1968 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1969 Stephen Leacock. 1970 [Citation of Dora Mavor Moore for Honorary Degree]. 1970 Feast of Stephen. 1970 The Other Leacock [program poster]. 1970 The McFiggin Fragment. 1970 Fifth Business. 1970 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1970 The Heart of a Merry Christmas. 1970 What Do You See in the Mirror? 1970 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1971 Hunting Stuart & Other Plays. 1972 The Manticore. 1972 An Evening with Ben Jonson [program poster]. 1972 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1972 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1973 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1974 Question Time. 1975 World of Wonders. 1975 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1975 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1976 One Half of Robertson Davies: Provocative Pronouncements on a Wide Range of Topics. 1977 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1977 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1978 The Enthusiasms of Robertson Davies. 1979 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1979 [Gaudy Night broadside]. 1980 The Well-Tempered Critic. 1981 The Penguin Leacock. 1981 Brothers in the Black Art. 1981 The Rebel Angels. 1981 On Being a Professional. 1981 High Spirits. 1982 Thirty Years at Stratford. [1983] The Mirror of Nature. 1983 The Deptford Trilogy. 1983 Introduction to The Papers of Samuel Marchbanks. 1985 What's Bred in the Bone. 1985 The Papers of Samuel Marchbanks. 1985 The Salterton Trilogy. 1986 The Lyre of Orpheus. 1988 [Folio Society promotional leaflet. 1990?] Opera and Humour. 1991 Murther & Walking Spirits. 1991 The Cornish Trilogy. [1992] Reading and Writing. 1993 An Introduction to the Twenty-First Toronto Antiquarian Book Fair. 1993 Jezebel: The Golden Tale of Naboth and His Vineyard, and of King Ahab and His Wicked Queen. 1993 Revelation from a Smoky Fire. 1993 Why I Do Not Intend to Write an Autobiography. 1993 Two Plays: Fortune, My Foe & Eros at Breakfast. 1993 A Return to Rhetoric. 1993 The Cunning Man. 1994 Two Plays: Hunting Stuart & The Voice of the People. 1994 The Dignity of Literature. 1994 A Christmas Carol Re-Harmonized. 1995 A Gathering of Ghost Stories. 1995 Animal U. 1995 The Merry Heart: Selections 1980-1995. 1996 Happy Alchemy: Writings on the Theatre and Other Lively Arts. 1997 The Golden Ass, a Libretto. 1999 For Your Eye Alone: Letters 1976-1995. 1999 Discoveries: Early Letters 1938-1975. 2002 The Quotable Robertson Davies: The Wit and Wisdom of the Master. 2005 Selected Plays. 2008 Selected Works on the Pleasures of Reading. 2008 Selected Works on the Art of Writing. 2008 B Section: Contributions to Books "Diary of Christmas Excitement" in Souvenir Edition Examiner for the Annual Christmas Party 1945. 1945 "The Theatre: A Dialogue on the State of the Theatre in Canada" in Royal Commission Studies. 1951. Preface, "The Director," and "The Players" in Renown at Stratford: A Record of the Shakespeare Festival in Canada 1953. 1953 Statement for playbill A Jig for a Gypsy. 1954 Preface, "Rehearsal-A Study in Rhythm," "The Taming of the Shrew," "Measure for Measure," and "Oedipus Rex" in Twice Have the Trumpets Sounded: A Record of the Stratford Shakespearean Festival in Canada 1954. 1954 Introduction to B.K. Sandwell's The Diversions of Duchesstown and Other Essays. 1955. Preface, "Julius Caesar," "King Oedipus," "Merchant of Venice," and "A Note on Style in Acting" in Thrice the Brinded Cat Hath Mew'd: A Record of the Stratford Shakespearean Festival in Canada 1955. 1955 "Sherry Trifle" in We Can Cook Too! Recipes Hot Off the Press. 1956 "Stephen Leacock" in Claude T. Bissell, ed., Our Living Tradition: Seven Canadians. 1957 Introduction to Stephen Leacock's Literary Lapses. 1958 "Shakespeare Over Port" in B.A.W. Jackson's Stratford Papers on Shakespeare. 1961 "The Theatre" in D.C. Williams's The Arts as Communication. 1962 "Changing Fashions in Shakespearian Production" in B.A.W. Jackson's Stratford Papers on Shakespeare. 1963 Testimonial letter in Lulie Westfeldt's F. Matthias Alexander: The Man and His Work. 1964 Introduction to Stephen Leacock's Moonbeams from the Larger Lunacy. 1964 "Stephen Leacock" in Encyclopedia Americana. 1964 "The Implacable Educator" in Great Canadians, A Century of Achievement. 1965 Introduction to Horton Rhys's A Theatrical Trip for a Wager! Through Canada and the United States. 1966 Preface to Ronald Borg's Peterborough: Land of Shining Waters. 1966 The Centennial Play. 1967 The Centennial Play program. 1967 Program note for the play Caste, Hart House Theatre. 1967 "Letters: The Unfashionable Canadians" in John D. Harbron's Century 1867-1967: The Canadian Saga. 1967. "Note on A Midsummer's Night's Dream" in Peter Raby's The Stratford Scene, 1958-1968. 1968 "Some Reminiscences of W.L. Grant" in The W.L. Grant Fellowship in Adult Education. 1969 "Ben Johnson and Alchemy" in B.A.W. Jackson's Stratford Papers 1968-69. 1972 Foreword to Betty Lee's Love and Whisky: The Story of the Dominion Drama Festival. 1973 "III Playwrights and Plays" in vol. VI of The Revels History of Drama in English. 1975 Autobiographical essay in World Authors 1950-1970: A Companion Volume to Twentieth Century Authors. 1975 Preface to Abraham Rotstein's Beyond Industrial Growth. 1976 "Massey College" in William Kilbourn's The Toronto Book: An Anthology of Writings Past and Present. 1976 Statement in advertisement flyer, Masks of Satan. 1976 Program note to the MacMillan Theatre's production of "Pontiac and the Green Man." 1977 Chapter Three, "Robertson Davies," in Geraldine Anthony's Stage Voices: Twelve Canadian Playwrights Talk about Their Lives and Work. 1978 "A Note on 'Overlaid'" in Transitions I: Short Plays, A Source Book of Canadian Literature. 1978 Tribute in The Pierre Berton Celebration Dinner. 1979 "The Deptford Trilogy in Retrospect" in Studies in Robertson Davies' Deptford Trilogy. 1980 Introduction to "Hope Deferred" in Anton Wagner's Canada's Lost Plays, vol. 3, The Developing Mosaic: English-Canadian Drama to Mid-Century. 1980 Introduction to Arnold Edinborough's The Festivals of Canada. 1981 "Mixed Grill: Touring Fare in Canada, 1920-1935" in L.W. Conolly's Theatrical Touring and Founding in North America. 1982 "What the Opera Is About" in Doctor Canon's Cure, theatre programme. 1982 Foreword to Richard Perkyns's Major Plays of the Canadian Theatre 1934-1984. 1984 Introduction to John Cowper Powys's Wolf Solent. 1984 Introduction to Graham McInnes's The Road to Gundagai. 1985 Foreword to vol. 1 of John Pettigrew and Jamie Portman's Stratford: The First Thirty Years. 1985 "What Is Canadian about Canadian Literature" in Franz K. Stanzel and Waldemar Zacharasiewicz's Encounters and Explorations: Canadian Writers and European Critics. 1986 Letter to Nicholas Goldschmidt in The Peeled Eye: An Author in Canada, Guelph Spring Festival programme. 1986 "The Novel as Secular Religion" in The Encyclopedia of Religion, vol. 8. 1987. Introduction to Robert Finch's Sail-Boat and Lake. 1988 "Massey, Vincent" and "Massey, Raymond Hart" in Eugene Benson and L.W. Conolly's The Oxford Companion to Canadian Drama and Theatre. 1989 "The Only Creatures in All of Nature Who Sing Are Birds and Mankind" in The Joy of Singing: 1989 International Choral Festival. 1989 Introduction to Francis Thistleton's How I Came to Be Governor of the Island of Cacona. 1989 Statement in Edward Arlington Robinson. 1990 "A Chat about Literacy" in More Than Words Can Say: Personal Perspectives on Literacy. 1990 "On Macbeth" for the Stratford Festival Theatre programme of Macbeth. 1990 "Heartcry of an Over-Solicited Donor" in Margaret Atwood's Barbed Lyres: Canadian Venomous Verse. 1990 "On the Dangerous Edge" in Clifton Fadiman's Living Philosophies: The Reflections of Some Eminent Men and Women of Our Time. 1990 Chapter 4, "The Nineteenth-Century Repertoire" in Ann Saddlemyer's Early Stages: Theatre in Ontario 1800-1914. 1990 "Robertson Davies" in Christopher Bigsby's Arthur Miller and Company. 1990 Introduction to Dorothy Sennett's Vital Signs: International Stories on Aging. 1991 "Reading and Writing" in The Tanner Lectures on Human Values. 1992 "Reflections from the Golden Age" in The Greek Miracle Classical Sculpture from the Dawn of Democracy. 1992 "A Birthday Brindisi" in Red Jade Cups: John Espey at Eighty. 1993 "The Value of a Coherent Notion of Culture" in An Emerging North American Culture. 1993 "A Try for Greatness" in Clare Boylan's The Agony and the Ego: The Art and Strategy of Fiction Writing Explored. 1993 Introduction to Anthony Trollope's He Knew He Was Right. 1994 "Tanya Moiseiwitsch: An Appreciation" in T.J. Edelstein's The Stage Is All the World: The Theatrical Designs of Tanya Moiseiwitsch. 1994 Tribute to Nicholas Goldschmidt in A Night in Old Vienna. 1994 "Getting There" in Constance Rooke's Writing Away: The PEN Canada Travel Anthology. 1994 "Leacock Stephen (1869-1944)" in Eugene Benson and L.W. Conolly's Encyclopedia of Post-Colonial Literatures in English. 1994 Introduction to Marie Elena Korey's Elegant Editions: Aspects of Victorian Book Design. 1995 Untitled tribute to Robert Christie in Five Fond Tributes to Robert Christie. 1995. Introduction to Mabel Smith, Dick Beck, and Beth McMaster's Peterborough Theatre Guild: The First Thirty Years. 1995 Afterword to Mavis Gallant's Across the Bridge. 1996 Foreword to Jerry Sontag's Curiosity Recaptured: Exploring Ways We Think and Move. 1996 Libretto to The Golden Ass: A Two Act Opera. 1999 "Irving, Sir Henry" in H.C.G. Matthew and Brian Harrison's Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 29. 2004 "Summers, (Augustus) Montague" in H.C.G. Matthew and Brian Harrison's Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 53. 2004 C Section: Contributions to Periodicals (Newspapers, Journals, Magazines, and Annuals) 1923-1939 1940-1944 1945-1949 1950-1959 1960-1969 1970-1979 1980-2004 D Section: Reports of Speeches, Lectures, and Public Presentations E Section: Speeches and Lectures Given F Section: Interviews G Section: Unsigned Articles and Editorials H Section: Translations (organized under each language) I Section: Films, Recordings by Davies, Audio Books, and Braille J Section: Contributions in Articles and Books by Others Index
Using Davies' archives and the archives of other authors, organizations, and publishers, Carl Spadoni and Judith Skelton Grant present A Bibliography of Robertson Davies to serve the research demands of Canadian literature and book history scholars.