FPG (Greve/Grove)'s Books



Books
by FPG held in the UM Libraries
NOTE:
compiled in chronological order from the UM's online catalogue BISON
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LIST

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Over prairie trails / by Frederick Philip Grove ; with illustrations by C.M. Manly.
    Published: Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, c1922.
    Description: 231 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
    Notes: Archives Special Collections c. 2 : author's presentation copy.
    Other Entry: Manly, Charles Macdonald, 1855-1924
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 O9

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: The turn of the year / by Frederick Philip Grove ; illustrated by C.M. Manly. --
    Published: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, 1923.
    Description: 237 p. : ill.
    Notes: Archives Special Collections c. 1 presented to J.D. Wiens by his brother-in-law (i.e. F.P. Grove) ; Archives Special Collections c. 2-3 presented to J.W. Dafoe and D.A. Stewart by the author.
    Other Entry: Manly, Charles Macdonald, 1855-1924
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 T8

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Settlers of the marsh / by Frederick Philip Grove. -
    Published: Toronto : The Ryerson Press, [c1925].
    Description: 341 p. ; 20 cm.
    Local Note: The H. G. Wade copy held in RBR was part of a Else von Freytag-Loringhoven exhibition at the Literaturhaus Berlin, 23. April -8. May 2005. -- This is Grove's first Canadian novel, & though set in the Riding Mountain area west of Lake Manitoba & near the town of Waldersee (Odense in the book), it is actually an account of Greve's year with his wife Else (later Baroness von Freytag-Loringhoven) on a small farm near Sparta, Kentucky. We know from her papers at the University of Maryland, College Park, that he left her there in 1911. -- Real-life Sparta/Cincinnati becomes Waldersee/Winnipeg in the 1925 book, the virtuous protagonist Niels stands for hard-working FPG (Grove/Grove) himself, while Else is depicted as the depraved "older woman" Clara Vogel who tricks Niels into marriage. -- In Grove's 1927 autobiographical book "A Search for America", the geographically & chronologically CENTRAL Sparta episode is understandably lacking. Of the otherwise poorly documented 3 years Greve spent in the United States, only two-thirds of his adventures in New York & in North Dakota are covered in fair detail. The time frame is from late July 1909, when Greve/Phil Branden crossed the Atlantic on a White Star Liner [the "Megantic"] from Liverpool to Montreal, to September 1912, when he came [as Grove] to Manitoba, though set allegedly in 1892 (ISM, 1946, [181].
    Notes: Verso of tp: "Copyright, 1925, / by George H. Doran Company." And: Printed in the United States of America." -- Opposite: printed dedication: "To Arthur L. Phelps."
    Contents: I. Mrs. Lund. -- II. Niels. -- III. Ellen. -- IV. Mrs. Lindstedt. -- V. Bobby. -- VI. Ellen again.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 S48

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: A search for America : "America is a continent, not a country" / by Frederick Philip Grove. --
    Edition: [First edition]. --
    Published: Ottawa : Graphic Publishers Limited, c1927.
    Description: [ix], 448 p. ; 19 cm.
    Local Note: Acquired from Burton Lysecki Books, Winnipeg, by Gaby Divay from FPG Endowment Funds, Feb. 15, 2000.
    Contents: Book One: The Descent [R. L. Stevenson, Motto], Chapter I-VII, p.1-116: I. I emigrate. -- II. I land on American soil. -- III. I secure work. -- IV. I submerge. -- V. I earn a promotion. -- VI. I meet the explanation for one kind of success. -- VII. I move on.
    Annotation: Autobiographical fiction affording numerous glimpses into Grove's life as Felix Paul Greve (1879-1909), and the three years he spent in America before he came to Manitoba in late 1912. --
    On Half Title [p.i]: "By the same author: Over Prairie Trails ; The Turn of the Year ; Settlers of the Marsh. --
    On Title Page [p.iii]: 'America is a continent, not a country.' -- p. [iv] is blank. Subjects: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Autobiographical fiction.Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Childhood and youth.Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948. Search for America. 1927.
    Other Entry: Graphic Publishers (Canada)
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 S42 1927

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: A search for America / by Frederick Philip Grove. --
    Edition: [First edition, for Carillon Book Club]. --
    Published: Ottawa : Graphic Publishers Limited, 1928a, c1927.
    Description: [ix], 448 p. ; 19.5 cm.
    Local Note: Purchased from Burton Lysecki with FPG Endowment Fund, August 1, 1997.
    Contents: Book One: The Descent. -- Book Two: The Relapse. -- Book Three: The Depths. -- Book Four: The Level.
    Annotation: Autobiographical fiction affording numerous references to Grove's life as Felix Paul Greve (1879-1909), and the three years he spent in America before he came to Manitoba in December, 1912. --
    On title page: 'America is a continent, not a country.' --
    Preface ["Author's Note", p. vi] is dated Dec. 1926, Rapid City, and signed with the printed initials F.P.G. Grove claims that this book has been rewritten 8 times over the last 32 years, and excuses "anachronisms" as "an unavoidable consequence of such a method of composition." He thanks A.L.P. [Phelps] and W.K. [Kirkconnell] of Wesley College, Winnipeg, for their encouragement.
    Subjects: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Fiction.
    Other Entry: Graphic Publishers (Canada)
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 S42 1928a

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: A search for America : "America is a continent, not a country" / by Frederick Philip Grove. --
    Edition: "First Reprinting, June 1928." --
    Published: Ottawa : The Graphic Publishers Limited, 1928b, c1927.
    Description: [ix], 448 p. ; 21.5 cm.
    Local Note: Copy 1 of this book in the Rare Book Room has an Ex Libris plate stating: "From the library of the late Edward K. Brown, sometime Professor and Chairman of the Department of English at the University of Manitoba."
    Contents: Table of Contents, p. [vii]: Book One: The Descent [7 chapters]. Book Two: The Relapse [7 chapters]. Book Three: The Depths [7 chapters]. Book Four: The Level [5 chapters]. --
    Each Book is introduced with a motto: on p. [xi], a quotation from Robert Louis Stevenson; on pp. [255] & [363], Henry David Thoreau; and on p. [117], Thomas Carlyle.
    Annotation: Verso of t.p. (=p.iv): "First Edition, October, 1927 / First Reprinting, June, 1928." --
    Author's note on p.vi (signed "Rapid City, Man. December, 1926, F.P.G.") states that this book was rewritten eight times over 32 years, and that "anachronisms ... are an unavoidable consequence;" the author was encouraged to publish this book by "A.L.P. [=Phelps] and W.K. [=Kirkconnell], both of Wesley College, Winnipeg."
    Subjects: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Fiction.Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Childhood and youth.Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Search for America. 1928b[=June 1928].Autobiographical fiction.
    Other Entry: Beddoe, Alan, 1893-1975.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 S42 1928b

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: A search for America : the odyssey of an immigrant / Frederick Philip Grove ; [the jacket and end leaves designed by J. M. Meekison]. --
    Edition: [Louis Carrier ed.]. --
    Published: New York ; London ; Montreal : Louis Carrier & Co., "At the Mercury," c1928c.
    Description: [ix], 392 p. ; 22 cm.
    Local Note: This RBR book was part of a Else von Freytag-Loringhoven exhibition at the Literaturhaus Berlin, 23. April -8. May 2005. --
    Contents: Table of Contents, p. [xi]: Book One: The Descent. Book Two: The Relapse. Book Three: The Depths. Book Four: The Level. --
    Each Book is introduced with a motto: p. [1], a quotation from Robert Louis Stevenson; p. 105 & 317, from Henry David Thoreau; p. 223, from Thomas Carlyle. --
    The lining paper on the inside back cover only [the 1939 Ryerson ed. using Carrier's plates have it also inside the front cover] represent a rough map of eastern and western North America, designed, as specified on the verso of the tp, by Meekison. Annotation: Fly-leaf opposite plain inside cover is autographed by Grove & reads: "A. L. Gordon / Feb 15/29." --
    The title page information, in red & black ink, appears in a double frame with stylized flower-buds, and the publisher's emblem, which is an icon of a man's half profile with a winged helmet, certainly representing Mercury, the winged messenger of the Gods. This emblem also appears on the spine above the name "Carrier"]. --
    Across title page: "By the same author: / Over Prairie Trails / The Turn of the Year / Settlers of the Marsh". --
    Verso of t.p., p. [vi]: "Copyright, 1928, by Louis Carrier & Co. / Copyright, Canada, 1927, by Frederick Philip Grove / The jacket and end leaves designed by J. M. Meekison. / Printed in the United States of America at the Plimpton Press, Norwood, Mass." --
    The "Author's Note" [p. vii] is identical to the original first 1927 ed. by Graphic and the other two 1928 H. Miller/Graphic eds: it is dated "December, 1926", states "Rapid City, Man.", and is signed with the plain initials "F.P.G", a habit Grove already practiced as Greve. Grove claims here that this book has been rewritten 8 times over the last 32 years, becoming ever shorter, and that any "anachronisms" are "an unavoidable consequence of such a method of composition" to be excused for this reason. He thanks A.L.P. [Phelps] and W.K. [Kirkconnell] of Wesley College, Winnipeg, for their encouragement. --
    Subjects: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Childhood and youth.Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948. Search for America 1928 c [=Oct. 1928]Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Fiction.Autobiographical fiction.
    Other Entry: Louis Carrier & Co. (Publishing Firm).
    Holdings:: PS 8513 R87 S42 1928c

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Our daily bread : a novel / Frederick Philip Grove. --
    Published: Toronto ; New York : Macmillan, 1928.
    Description: v, 390 p. ; 19 cm.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 O8

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: It needs to be said / by Frederick Philip Grove, author of "Our Daily Bread." --
    Published: Toronto : The Macmillan Co. of Canada Ltd., at St Martin's House, 1929.
    Description: 163 p.
    Contents: A neglected function of a certain literary association. -- Literary criticism. -- Realism in literature. -- The happy ending. --The aim of art. --The value of art. -- The novel. -- Nationhood.
    Annotation: The first address is about the Canadian Author's Association. Grove had prepared a paper for its 1926 convention in Vancouver, but the session on Authorship was cancelled for a social function. Grove, indignant, published his paper along with other essays three years later in "this austerely idealistic volume" (W. Kirkconnell, A Sclice of Canada, 1967, 293, quoted in Pacey, Letters of FPG, 1976, p. 150, n.4). --
    RBR copy signed in pencil: Agnes Lynch, 132 Close Ave, Toronto; and: "E. Dafoe Mem[orial] Fund, 3.58."
    Subjects: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Aesthetics.Art--Philosophy.Fiction--Technique.Literature--Aesthetics.
    Holdings: PN 3335 G764 ; RBR: PS 8513 .R87 A16 1929

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: The yoke of life / by Frederick Philip Grove. --
    Published: Toronto : Macmillan, 1930.
    Description: vi, 355 p. ; 20 cm.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 Y6

  • Author: Cheadle, Walter B. (Walter Butler), 1835-1910.
    Title: Cheadle's journal of trip across Canada, 1862-1863 / with introduction and notes by A.G. Doughty and Gustave Lanctot.
    Published: Ottawa : Graphic Publishers, 1931.
    Description: 311, [1] p., [1] fold. leaf of plates : ill., map, ports. ; 19.8 x 12.5 cm. --
    Notes: Editor: Frederick Philip Grove.
    Subjects: Northwest, Canadian--Description and travel.British Columbia--Description and travel.Northwest Passage.
    Other Entry: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Other Title: Dr. Cheadle's journal of a trip across Canada, 1862-63.
    Holdings: FC 3205.1 C43 1931

  • Author: Brooke, Frances, 1724-1789.
    Title: The history of Emily Montague / by the author of Lady Julia Mandeville ; with introduction and notes by Lawrence J. Burpee and an appendix by F. P. Grove. --
    Published: Ottawa : Graphic, 1931.
    Description: 333 p. --
    Local Note: An epistolary novel [228 letters] first published in 4 v., London, 1769.
    Notes: RBR copy: Errata slip tipped in.
    Other Entry: Burpee, Lawrence J., 1873-1946.
    Holdings: PS 8403 R76 H5 1931

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Fruits of the earth / by Frederick Philip Grove. -
    Published: Toronto ; Vancouver : Dent & sons ltd., 1933.
    Description: viii, 335 p. ; 19 cm. -
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 F7

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: A search for America / by Frederick Philip Grove. --
    Edition: [4th ed. / Ryerson]. --
    Published: Toronto : The Ryerson Press, 1939.
    Description: [ix], 392 p. ; 22 cm.
    Local Note: This RBR book was part of a Else von Freytag-Loringhoven exhibition at the Literaturhaus Berlin, 23. April -8. May 2005. --
    Notes: Unlike the Louis Carrier ed. of 1928, on which it is clearly based, the 1939 Ryerson ed. has Meekison's drawn map of eastern & central North America as front & back, not only back, lining papers. RBR copy of the Oct. 1928 Carrier ed. has Grove's autograph to A. L. Gordon on the otherwise plain inside covers. --
    This unique 1939 RBR copy has "ACCESSION NUMBER" stamped over the lower left corner of the inside cover lining map, & underneath, "175359" in pencil; at the top is written "E. Dafoe Mem Fund / 4.08". --
    Title page appears in a double frame with a stylized wave-pattern, and the publisher's emblem, a ship and bulging, square sail with the initials "R" and "P" and the date "1829". --
    Across title page: "By the same author" lists Over Prairie Trails, The Turn of the Year, Settlers of the Marsh, Our Daily Bread, It Needs To Be Said, The Yoke of Life, Fruits of the Earth, and Two Generations. --
    Verso of tp: Lists copyrights as 1927, by FPG, 1928 by L. Carrier & Co., & 1939 by The Ryerson Press, Toronto. A long note about "reserved rights" appears instead of the acknowledgement of Meekison's map design, & the printing note. --
    Contents: Author's Note to the Fourth Edition [p.[vii-viii]. -- Dedication [p.ix]. -- Table of Contents, p. [xi]: Book One: The Descent, 3-104. Book Two: The Relapse, 107-222. Book Three: The Depths, 225-315. Book Four: The Level, 319-392. --
    Each Book is introduced with a motto: p. [1], a quotation from Robert Louis Stevenson; p. [105] & [317], Henry David Thoreau; p. [223], Thomas Carlyle. --
    The lining papers by Meekison, representing a rough map of eastern and western North America, are repeated on the inside back cover.
    Annotation: Autobiographical fiction affording numerous glimpses into Grove's life as Felix Paul Greve (1879-1909), and the three poorly documented years he spent in America before coming to Manitoba in late 1912. --
    The 1928 subtitle of the L. Carrier ed., "The Odyssey of an Immigrant," is omitted. --
    The "Author's Note to the Fourth Edition" [p. vii] is roughly three times as long as the December 1926 note found in all previous editions by Graphic Publishers (1., Oct. 1927; 2., January 1928 Carillon Club ed., and 3.,"1st reprinting" in June 1928), and also in the so-called "American ed." by Louis Carrier (Oct. 1928). --
    In the original "Author's Note" Grove had claimed that this book had been rewritten 8 times over 32 years, and that "anachronisms", as "an unavoidable consequence of such a method of composition," had to be excused for this very reason. He had thanked A.L.P. [Phelps] and W.K. [Kirkconnell] of Wesley College, Winnipeg, for their encouragement.
    Subjects: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Fiction.Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.Childhood and youth. Greve, Felix Paul, 1879-1909. Autobiography.
    Other Entry: Ryerson Press.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 S42 1939

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Two generations : a story of present-day Ontario / by Frederick Philip Grove. --
    Edition: 1st regular ed.
    Published: Toronto : Ryerson Press, [1939]
    Description: 261 p.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 T9 1939b

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Two generations : a story of present-day Ontario / by Frederick Philip Grove. --
    Edition: Authors's limited ed. --
    Published: Toronto : T.H. Best Printing Co., 1939.
    Description: 261 p. ; 21 cm. --
    Notes: On flyleaf: "This book is privately printed as a manuscript and limited to 500 copies of which this is...:" No. 39 (RBR, c. 1: signed "Frederick Philip Grove;" Gift plate: Mr. J. D. Wiens); No. 102 (RBR, c. 2: signed; Gift plate: Elizabeth Dafoe, April, 1940); No. 318 (RBR, c. 3, signed and autographed to "Vida"); and No. 371 (DF c. 1, unsigned).
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 T9

  • Author: Royal Society of Canada.
    Title: Proceedings and transactions of the Royal Society of Canada = Déliberations et mémoires de la Société royale du Canada. --
    Published: Ottawa.
    Local Note: Grove, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada since 1941, had his address "Peasant poetry and fiction from Hesiod to Hemon" published in v. 38 of the Society's Transactions, Section II, 1944,p.89-98. Two copies of an offprint are part of Grove's manuscript collection: Mss 2, Box 19, Fd. 8.
    Subjects: Royal Society of Canada.--Periodicals.Humanities--Periodicals.Social sciences--Periodicals.Science--Periodicals.
    Notes: Grove was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1941.Vol. 35 (1941) states in pencil (possibly written by Catherine Wiens): F.P.G. a fellow in 1941." -- Groves Library contains: 7 v. (v. 35-41, 1941-1947) of the Preceedings; 5 v. (v. 35-37, 39, 41) of the List of Officers and Members; and 1 v., an Author Index, 1907-1941. -- His address about "Peasant Poetry..." (see below) appeared in v. 38, 1944.Each volume issued in separately paged parts, frequently with special title pages. The Proceedings part often has special title: List of Officers and Members; and Minutes of Proceedings.From 1895-1962, the Transactions portion is subdivided into five separately paged sections: 1. Litterature francaise, histoire, archeologie, sociologie, économie politique et sujets connexes; 2. English literature, history, archaeology, sociology, political economy and allied subjects; 3. Chemical, mathematical and physical sciences; 4. Geological sciences; 5. Biological sciences (4-5 combined prior to 1918).
    Other Entry: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 XRoySS3 v. 35-41; indx:1907-41

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Peasant poetry and fiction from Hesiod to Hémon, by F.P. Grove.
    Published: [Ottawa]: [RSC], [1944].
    Description: p. 89-98.
    Local Note: Grove, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada since 1941, had this address published in v. 38 of the Society's Transactions, Section II, 1944.
    This 1944 volume was part of Grove's Library Collection, and is extant in Dafoe Library stacks: PS 8513 R87 XRoySS3.
    In addition, two copies of an offprint are part of Grove's manuscript collection: Mss 2, Box 19, Fd. 8.
    Subjects: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Views on literature.
    Other Entry: Proceedings and transactions of the Royal Society of Canada v.38 (1944), pp.89-98.

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: The master of the mill / by Frederick Philip Grove. --
    Published: Toronto : Macmillan, 1944.
    Description: 393 p. ; 22 cm.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 M3

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: In Search of Myself / by Frederick Philip Grove. --
    Published: Toronto : The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, 1946.
    Description: 457 p. : port. ; 21 cm. --
    Local Note: Original copy held in RBR (with "Accession Number" stamped & mss "175360" written on inside cover), was part of a Else von Freytag-Loringhoven exhibition at the Literaturhaus Berlin, 23. April -8. May 2005. --
    Notes: RBR copy 1 has "Accession Number" stamped & mss "175360" written on inside cover. In faint pencil, at top: "E. Dafoe Mem Fund / 4.58." -- Verso of Half-Title: "By the same author: / Over Praire Trails / The Turn of the Year / Settlers of the Marsh / A Search for America / Our Daily Bread / It Needs to be Said / The Yoke of Life / Fruits of the Earth / Two Generations / The Master of the Mill. -- Frontispiece portrait of "Frederick Philip Grove" in half-profile opposite tp is detached. -- On title page: "Ca vous amuse, la vie" (a quotation of unknown origin). -- Verso of tp: "Copyright, Canada, 1946 / By / The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited / All rights reserved ... / Printed in Canada by / Le Soleil Limitee, Quebec." -- Printed dedication: "To / my friend / Carleton Stanley." -- Contents. -- [Text, [1]-457, [458]. -- Bound in dark-red cloth with interesting, angular, "Gothic" FPG monogram (see FPG website].
    Contents: Prologue ["Reprinted from University of Toronto Quarterly, Oct., 1940"], p. [1]-11. -- Part One: Childhood, p. [15]-177. -- Part Two: Youth, p. 121-177. -- Part Three: Manhood, p. [181]-364. -- Part Four: And After, p. [367]-457. -- Page [458]: "Author's Postscript: The above closes in the year 1939. In 1939, the author had to give up farming by doctor's orders. He has since been in ill health which in 1944 resulted in a paralytic stroke. / As for his literary work, after 1938 he was preoccupied by what he considered a panoramic novel of Canada, entitled 'The Seasons'. Since he is now disabled, there is small hope of his ever completing that novel. There are, however, three or four completed books and between sixty and a hundred short stories, read for the first time in 1945 by anyone outside his family; though a few of them have appeared in quarterlies and daily papers. / He cannot close this note without mentioning that since 1944, the time of his stroke, he has been in receipt of a pension from the Canadian Writers' Foundation. Apart from that, since 1940 he has acted as reader and adviser for The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited."
    Annotation: This is FPG (Greve/Grove)'s "official" autobiography, in which he recants the dangerously accurate information he so candidly volunteered in his first autobiographical novel 'A Search for America' 19 years earlier (1927), clues which led straight to the discovery of the Bonanza Farm "in the Dakotas" in 1996, FPG's long illusive passage to America in 1998, & the NY Book scam in 2000. -- The cover monogram, of which Grove stated in his correspondence that it was designed by an old friend a long time ago, is by August Endell, with whose wife Else he eloped in Jnauary 1903. -- In the 3-paragraph "Author's Postscript" to this 1946 book 'In Search of Myself', Grove points out that it covers his life up to 1939; that in 1938, he had to give up farming on doctors' orders; that since 1938, he has been working on "a panoramic novel of Canada" entitled "The Seasons" [note: this unpublished manuscript exists in the Frederick Philip Grove Collection, Mss 2, Box 15, fd. 1-7]; that he has "three or four completed books" and "between 60 and 100 short stories" ready for publication; that in 1944, he suffered a "paralytic stroke;" and finally, that, since 1944, he has been the recipient of a pension granted by the Canadian Writers' Foundation.
    Subjects: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.Authors, Canadian--20th century--Biography.Authors, Canadian (German)--Biography.Autobiographical fiction--Canada.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 Z47 1946

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Consider her ways / by Frederick Philip Grove. --
    Published: Toronto : Macmillan, 1947.
    Description: xxxii, 298 p. ; 21 cm.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 C6

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: A search for America / by Frederick Philip Grove ; abridged, with suggestions for study by J. F. Swayze. --
    Edition: Abridged ed.--
    Published: Toronto : Ryerson Press, 1947,c1939. --
    Description: vi, 296 p. ; 20 cm.
    Local Note: Thomas Phillips Collection (Dafoe Library copy).
    Other Entry: Swayze, Fred, 1907-1967.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 S42 1947

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: The master of the mill / Frederick Philip Grove ; introduction by R.E. Watters.
    Published: [Toronto] : McClelland and Stewart, c1961.
    Description: xv, 333 p. ; 19 cm.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 M3 1961

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Fruits of the earth / Frederick Philip Grove ; introduction M.G. Parks. --
    Published: Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, 1965.
    Description: 267 p. : map. --
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 F7 1965

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Settlers of the marsh / Frederick Philip Grove ; introduction, Thomas Saunders. -
    Published: Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, 1966,c1965.
    Description: 219 p. ; 19 cm. --
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 S48 1966

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Over prairie trails / Frederick Philip Grove ; introduction Malcolm Ross. --
    Published: Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, c1970. --
    Description: xiv, 146 p. ; 18 cm. --
    Holdings: St. John's PS 8513 R87 O9 1970

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: A search for America : the odyssey of an immigrant / Frederick Philip Grove ; introduction, Stanley E. McMullin.
    Published: Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, [1971]
    Description: xv, 392 p. ; 19 cm.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 S42 1971

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Tales from the Margin : the Selected Short Stories of Frederick Philip Grove / edited, with an introd. and notes, by Desmond Pacey.
    Published: Toronto ; Montreal ; New York : London : Ryerson Press, McGraw-Hill Co. of Canada, [c1971]
    Description: x, 319 p. ; 23 cm.
    Notes: On verso of title page: Copyright, McGraw-Hill of Canada, Ltd., 1971. -- "Grateful acknowledgement is made to the Canada Council for aid in the publication of this book." -- [p.v-vi], Contents. -- [p.vii]: "To Catherine and Leonard Grove, widow and son of the author of these stories, whose cooperation the editor most deeply appreciates."
    Contents: Foreword, p. ix-x: signed Desmond Pacey, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, N.B., July 1969. -- Introduction, p.1-19: The Background ; The Text ; The Stories. --
    Other Entry: Pacey, Desmond, 1917-
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 T3

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: In search of myself / Frederick Philip Grove ; introd. by D. O. Spettigue. --
    Published: Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, c1974..
    Description: xiv, 457 p. --
    Subjects: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.Authors, Canadian--20th century--Biography.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 Z47 1974

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Our daily bread / Frederick Philip Grove ; introd. by D. O. Spettigue. --
    Published: Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, [1975]
    Description: 390 p. ; 19 cm. --
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 O8 1975

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: The letters of Frederick Philip Grove / edited with an introd. and notes by Desmond Pacey.
    Published: Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, c1976.
    Description: xxix, 584 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
    Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Subjects: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Correspondence.Authors, Canadian--20th century--Correspondence.
    Other Entry: Pacey, Desmond, 1917-
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 Z48 1976

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: The Master mason's house / Frederick Philip Grove ; [translated by Paul P. Gublins ; text edited with an introd. by A. W. Riley and Douglas O. Spettigue]. --
    Published: [Ottawa] : Oberon Press, c1976.
    Description: 243 p. : port. ; 23 cm.
    Notes: Translation of Maurermeister Ihles Haus.
    Holdings: St. John's PT 2613 R794 M313 1976b

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: It needs to be said / by Frederick Philip Grove ; with an introduction by W.J. Keith. --
    Published: Ottawa : Tecumseh Press, 1982.
    Description: xiii, 163 p. ; 19 cm.
    Notes: First published: Toronto : Macmillan, 1929.
    Holdings: St. Paul's College PN 335 G764

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: The genesis of Grove's The adventure of Leonard Broadus : a text and commentary : first publication of the complete text of the only juvenile novel by Frederick Philip Grove / edited with commentary and notes by Mary Rubio. --
    Published: Guelph, Ont. : Canadian Children's Press, 1983.
    Description: 176 p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 22 cm.
    Notes: Bibliography: p. 175-176.
    Other Entry: Rubio, Mary, 1939-
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 A73 1983

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Fanny Essler / Frederick Philip Grove ; the present translation by Christine Helmers, A.W. Riley and Douglas O. Spettigue ; the text has been edited with an introduction by A.W. Riley and Douglas O. Spettigue. --
    Published: [Ottawa] : Oberon Press, c1984.
    Description: 2 v. : port., map (on lining paper) ; 22 cm.
    Other Entry: Riley, Anthony W.
    Holdings: PT 2613 R794 F313 v. 1-2

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: A stranger to my time : essays by and about Frederick Philip Grove / edited by Paul Hjartarson. --
    Edition: 1st ed. --
    Published: Edmonton : NeWest Press, 1987.
    Description: xii, 356 p. ; 22 cm. --
    Notes: Includes index.
    Contents: Contains the following texts by FPG (Greve/Grove): Flaubert's theories of artistic existence [= Engl. transl. of "Flauberts Theorien uber das Kunstlertum". F. P. Greve, Rheinisch Westfalische Zeitung, Nr. 1065, 1904]. -- Texts by Frederick Philip Grove from the University of Manitoba archival collections, Leonard Grove, & other sources: Rebels all: of the interpretation of individual life. Of St. Nishivara, the Saint. 5 Letters to Catherine Grove, from Eden, Manitoba, Sept.-Nov., 1919. Postscript to A Search For America. Thoughts and reflections: an intermittant diary, 1933-1940.
    Subjects: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Criticism and interpretation.
    Other Entry: Hjartarson, Paul Ivar.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 A16 1986

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Fruits of the earth / Frederick Philip Grove ; with an afterword by Rudy Wiebe.
    Published: Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, 1989, c1933.
    Description: 359 p. ; 18 cm.
    Local Note: won by the Libraries for the best 90th anniversary M & S exhibit, 1996.
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 F7 1989

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Settlers of the marsh / Frederick Philip Grove ; with an afterword by Kristjana Gunnars. --
    Published: Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, 1989.
    Description: 275 p. ; 18 cm.
    Local Note: Won by the Libraries for the best 90th anniversary M & S exhibit, 1996
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 S48 1989

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Over prairie trails / Frederick Philip Grove ; illustrations by C.M. Manly from the original edition ; with an afterword by Patrick Lane.
    Published: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, c1991.
    Description: 164 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.
    Local Note: won by the Libraries for the best 90th anniversary M & S exhibit, 1996.
    Notes: Includes bibliographical references.
    Subjects: Manitoba--Description and travel.
    Holdings: FC 3367.3 G76 1991

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: A search for America / Frederick Philip Grove ; with an afterword by W.H. New.
    Published: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, 1991.
    Description: 468 p. ; 18 cm.
    Local Note: Won by the Libraries for the best 90th anniversary M & S exhibit,1996.
    Notes: Includes bibliographical references.
    Other Entry: New, William H., 1938-
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 S42 1991

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: Poems = Gedichte / by/von Frederick Philip Grove, Felix Paul Greve, und Fanny Essler ; with 16 facsimiles ; edited with an introduction, notes, and a concordance by Gaby Divay.
    Published: Winnipeg : Wolf-Verlag, c1993.
    Description: lxxxix, 296 p. : 16 facsims. on 8 leaves ; 28 cm. --
    Local Note: Includes German & English poetry from the UM Archives & Special Collections source- and research collections related to Felix Paul Greve/Frederick Philip Grove, and Else von Freytag-Loringhoven. Also, seven poems published in 1904/5 by "Fanny Essler" [joint pseudonym of Felix Paul Greve & Else, then Endell, in the journal "Die Freistatt". Included are furthermore six manuscript poems Greve submitted in early 1902 for inclusion in Stefan George's exclusive journal "Blatter fur die Kunst [Stefan-George-Archiv, Stuttgart], and, in facsimile only, three Freytag-Loringhoven poems related to the 1904/5 "Fanny Essler poetry cycle, from the Freytag-Loringhoven Collection in the University of Maryland, College Park, namely, namely, "Du", "Schalk" and "Wolkzug." --
    Notes: Includes bibliographical references, an index of names, & a concordance of nouns and adjectives. --
    Contents: Introduction: synopsis of sources ; table of Grove's 75 poems in various sources ; "Poems: In Memoriam Phyllis May Grove" ; poems in Spettigue Collection ; poems in the "Notebook" ; poems [published] in [the journal] "Canadian Forum" ; poems in "Selections" ; poems in Grove's correspondence "Letters", 1976 ; poems in "Miscellaneous Poems". -- Grove's German poetry: poems in "Miscellaneous Poems" ; ; poems in Spettigue Collection. -- Greve's (German) poetry: poems in Wolfskehl's correspondence, 1902 ; poems in "Wanderungen", 1902 ;poems in Stefan-George-Archiv, 1902 ; poems in "Fanny Essler" poems,1904/5 ; miscellaneous poems in journals, 1904-1907. -- Greve/Grove's poetry in comparison. -- Editorial observations. -- Abbreviations and symbols.
    Annotation: This is an edition of FPG (Greve/Grove)'s German & English poems from the original manuscript sources in the University of Manitoba FPG Collections, UM Libraries, Archives & Special Collections. It was initially submitted in the Spring of 1992 to the University of Manitoba Dept. of German & Slavic Studies as a thesis requirement for a Master's Degree in the Faculty of Arts.
    Subjects: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Poetry. 1912-1948.Authors, Canadian--20th century--Manuscripts.Authors, German--20th century--Manuscripts.Authors, Canadian (German)--20th century--Manuscripts.
    Other Entry: Greve, Felix Paul, 1879-1909. Wanderungen : [Gedichte] 1993
    Holdings: PS 8513 R87 A17 1993 RBR

  • Author: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948.
    Title: A search for America [electronic resource] : electronic edition based on the book's first 1927 edition / by Frederick Philip Grove, alias Felix Paul Greve, or briefly "FPG" ; edited by Gaby Divay & Jan Horner, with the technical expertise of Dr. Barry Pomeroy ; with an introduction, chapter-by-chapter summaries, publishing history & ca. 65 illustrative wep-pages called "Graphics & Links" by Gaby Divay. --
    Online Access: etexts/Search-America/
    [Electronic ed.]. --
    Published: Winnipeg : University of Manitoba Libraries, Archives & Special Collections, c1927.
    Notes: Electronic version of the 1927 print edition, which ed. had the following collation: ix, 448 p., 19 cm.
    This electronic version of this book follows faithfully the layout, & includes the colophon & Graphic Publishers advertisement in the back. Contents: Book One: The Descent [R. L. Stevenson, Motto], Chapter I-VII, p.1-116: I. I emigrate. -- II. I land on American soil. -- III. I secure work. -- IV. I submerge. -- V. I earn a promotion. -- VI. I meet the explanation for one kind of success. -- VII. I move on.
    Annotation: Autobiographical fiction affording numerous glimpses into Grove's life as Felix Paul Greve (1879-1909), and the three years he spent in America before he came to Manitoba in late 1912. --
    On Half Title [p.i]: "By the same author: Over Prairie Trails ; The Turn of the Year ; Settlers of the Marsh. --
    On Title Page [p.iii]: 'America is a continent, not a country.' --
    p. [iv] is blank.
    Subjects: Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Autobiographical fiction.Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948--Childhood and youth.Grove, Frederick Philip, 1879-1948. Search for America. 1927.
    Other Entry: Divay, Gaby. Horner, Jan. Pomeroy, Barry.
    Holdings: INTERNET

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