Nice CanLit Dust Jacket Design: Part 2

(mostly Canadian eds. with occasional UK and American editions noted)

L-W Author Surnames

(an early Laurence, MB-born author; 1961, MacMillan)

( a nice wrap-around dj reflecting book’s content by McGill professor-humorist Leacock; 1937, Hale, Cushman & Flint, US; dj by P. Setchell)

(a rare dj with play on title; 1928, Dodd, Mead, US)

(another rare Leacock dj; 1932, Dodd, Mead, US)

(very rare romantic dj of this Governor-General Award winner; 1946, Cresset, UK;

(scarce 1948, Collins dj; MOntreal author)

(very rare dramatic 1942 Harrap, UK; produced according to War Economy Standard, WWII)

(Saskatchewan author; 1956 McClelland & Stewart; somewhat risque dj by Cuthill)

(nice wrap-around dj; 1962, McClelland & Stewart; dj by William Lytle)

(another ‘glimpse into’ dj, this time into a SK prairie town; 1947, Macmillan; dj by William Easton)

(valuable 1955 Andre Deutsch dj, UK–original not facsimile wrapper)

(a more obviously modern cover; 1968, Clarke, Irwin; NB poet)

(example of an early quaint romantic dj; 1929, Grosset & Dunlap; rare dj in the 1st Stock Market crash year; MB author)

(incredibly rare dj for 1st book by Victoria poet P.K. Page, written under a pseudonym; 1944, Macmillan)

(very rare dj; 1926, MacMillan, UK; NF poet)

(cool 1955, Andre Deutsch, UK dj by R.F. Micklewright)

(1972 ed., McClelland & Stewart; dj by the famous US juvenile book illustrators Alice and Martin Provensen)

(1959, Andre Deutsch, UK; dj by Bernard Blatch; Montreal author)

(an intact ultra-rare dj; 1941, Reynal & Hitchcock, US; a very small print run for this SK-based book)

(an attractive dj on Roy’s second novel set in a remote rural MB setting; 1951, Harcourt, Brace, US)

(main characters identified upfront; 1947, Reynal & Hitchcock Governor-General Award winner for a St. Boniface, MB author; dj by Robert Hallock)

(interesting use of color; 1955, McClelland & Stewart; dj by P.G.)

(another romantic rural dj; 1926, Doran; Winnipeg author)

(1960, MacMillan reprint; Vancouver author)

(early travel-poster style; 1954, MacMillan)

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