The Forest Lover by Susan Vreeland: A Discussion Guide

Use this extensive guide when teaching Susan Vreeland's novel The Forest Lover.
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Bibliography

Emily Carr

Barton, John. West of Darkness, A Portrait of Emily Carr. Poetry Series #15, Penumbra Press, 1987

Blanchard, Paula. The Life of Emily Carr. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1987.

Buchanan, Donald W. "Emily Carr: An Expressionist among the Totem Poles," in The Growth of Canadian Painting, with a foreword by Eric Newton. London: Collins, 1950.

Burns, Flora Hamilton. "Emily Carr" in The Clear Spirit: Twenty Canadian Women and Their Times, edited by Mary Quayle Innis. Toronto: University of Toronto, 1966.

Carr, Emily. The Book of Small. Toronto: Irwin Publishing, 1942.

Carr, Emily. Dear Nan: Letters of Emily Carr, Nan Cheney and Humphrey Toms, edited by Doreen Walker. Vancouver: University of British Columbia, 1990.

Carr, Emily. Fresh Seeing: Two Addresses by Emily Carr, with a preface by Doris Shadbolt and an introduction by Ira Dilworth. to the 1930 speech to the Victoria Women's Canadian Club in the Crystal Garden. Toronto/Vancouver: Clarke , Irwin and Company, 1972.

Carr, Emily. Growing Pains: The Autobiography of Emily Carr, with a foreword by Ira Dilworth. Toronto/Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin and Company, 1946.

Carr, Emily. The House of All Sorts. Toronto/Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin and Company, 1944.

Carr, Emily. Hundreds and Thousands: The Journals of Emily Carr. Toronto/Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin and Company, 1966.

Carr, Emily. Klee Wyck. Toronto/Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin and Company, 1941.

Carr, Emily. Pause: A Sketch Book. Toronto/Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin and Company, 1953; Toronto: Stoddart , 1995.

Carr, Emily. "Modern and Indian Art of the West," McGill News, June 1929.

Carr, Emily. Pause: A Sketch Book. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin. 1972.

Colman, M. E. "Emily Carr and Her Sisters," Dalhousie Review 27 (April, 1947), 29-32.

Crean, Susan. The Laughing One: A Journey to Emily Carr. Toronto: Harper Collins Canada, 2001.

Gowers, Ruth. Emily Carr. Berg Women's Series, 1987. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1987.

Hale, Amanda. The Totem and the Brush, A Play. Concordia University, 1978.

Hembroff-Schleicher, Edyth. A Portrayal of Emily Carr. Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin, 1969.

Hembroff-Schleicher, Edyth. Emily Carr, The Untold Story. Seattle; Hancock House, 1978.

Innis, Mary (Quayle), ed. The Clear Spirit: Twenty Canadian Women and Their Times. Toronto: Published for the Canadian Federation of University Women by University of Toronto Press, 1966.

Laurence, Robin. Beloved Land: The World of Emily Carr, introduction by Robin Laurence. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre; Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1996.

Mallory, Catherine. Victorian and Canadian Worlds of Emily Carr: Study of a Divided Imagination. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Dalhousie University, 1979.

Mason-Dodd, Kerry. Sunlight in the Shadows: The Landscape of Emily Carr. Oxford:Oxford University Press, 1984.

McNeil, Florence. Emily. (poetry) Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin, 1975.

Moray, Gerta. Northwest Coast Native Culture and the Early Indian Paintings of Emily Carr, 1899-1913. Toronto: University of Toronto, 1993.

Moray, Gerta. "Wilderness, Modernity and Aboriginality in the Paintings of Emily Carr," Journal of Canadian Studies , 33:2, 1998.

Moray, Gerta. "Wilderness, Modernity and Aboriginality in the Paintings of Emily Carr." Journal of Canadian Studies, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 43-65.

Neering, Rosemary. Emily Carr. Don Mills, ON: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1975.

Pearson, Carol. Emily Carr As I Knew Her. Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin, 1954.

Schiff, Bennett. "Canada's National Treasure," Smithsonian, March 1999, pp. 102-111.

Shadbolt, Doris. The Art of Emily Carr. Toronto and Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin; and Douglas & McIntyre , 1979.

Shadbolt, Doris. Emily Carr. Toronto and Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre; Seattle, University of Washington Press, 1990.

Shadbolt, Doris. Seven Journeys: The Sketchbooks of Emily Carr. Toronto and Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre; Seattle, University of Washington Press, 2002.

Thom, Ian. Emily Carr in France. Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery, 1991.

Tippett, Maria. Emily Carr, A Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1979; Markham , Ont.: Penguin Canada, 1982; New York: Penguin Books, 1982.

Udall, Sharyn. Carr, O'Keeffe, Kahlo: Places of Their Own. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000.

Walker, Stephanie Kirkwood. This Woman in Particular: Contexts for the Biographical Image of Emily Carr. Waterloo, Ont: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1996.

Art, Especially Canadian Art

Fenton, Terry and Karen Wilkin. Modern Painting in Canada: Major Movements in Twentieth Century Canadian Art. Edmonton: Hurtig Pub., 1978.

Gill, Linda. Letters of Frances Hodgkins. Auckland, NZ: Auckland University Press, 1993.

Harper, J. Russell. Painting in Canada: A History. Toronto: University of Toronto, 1966.

Howell, Arthur. Frances Hodgkins: Four Vital Years. London: Rockliff , 1952.

Lord, Barry. The History of Painting in Canada: Toward a People's Art. Toronto, NC Press, 1974.

McCormick, Eric. Portrait of Frances Hodgkins. Auckland, NZ: Auckland University Press, 1981.

Pearson, Ralph M. How to See Modern Pictures. New York: Dial Press, 1928.

Tippett, Maria, and Douglas Cole. From Desolation to Splendor: Changing Perceptions of the British Columbia Landscape. Clarke, Irwin, 1977.

Tuchman, Maurice. The Spiritual in Art: Abstract Painting 1890-1985. Los Angeles: L.A. County Museum of Art, 1986.

First Nations History and Culture

Adamson, Thelma, editor. Folk-tales of the Coast Salish. New York: The American Folklore Society, 1934.

Ashwell, Reg. Coast Salish: Their Art, Culture and Legends. Blaine, WA: Hancock House, 1978.

Bancroft-Hunt, Norman. People of the Totem: The Indians of the Pacific Northwest. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1988.

Barnett, H. Gulf of Georgia Salish. Anthropological Records, 1937.

Boas, Franz. Kwakiutl Culture as Reflected in Mythology. New York: The American Folklore Society, 1935.

Boaz , Franz. Kwakiutl Ethnography. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1966.

Bruggmann, Maximilien. Indians of the Northwest Coast. New York: Facts on File Publications, 1989.

Carmichael, Alfred. Indian Legends of Vancouver Island. Toronto: The Musson Book Company, 1922.

Clark, Ella Elizabeth. Indian Legends of the Pacific Northwest. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1953.

Cole, Douglas. An Iron Hand Upon the People: The Law Against the Potlatch on the Northwest Coast. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre; Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1990.

Drucker. Philip. Cultures of the North Pacific Coast. San Francisco: Chandler Publishers, 1965.

Drucker, Philip. The Northern and Central Nootkan Tribes. Washington, D. C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1951.

Drucker, Philip. To Make My Name Good: A Reexamination of the Southern Kwakiutl Potlatch. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1967.

Farrand, Livingston. Basketry Designs of the Salish Indians. The Jesup North Pacific Expedition. vol. I, pt. V.

Haeberlin, H. K. "Coiled Basketry in BC and the Surrounding Region," 41st Annual Report of Bureau of American Ethnology, 1919-1924, p. 133.

Hill-Tout, Charles. The Salish People: The Sechelt and Southeast Tribes of Vancouver Island. Vancouver: Talonbooks,1978.

Jenness, Diamond. The Faith of a Coast Salish Indian. Anthropology in British Columbia, Memoir #3. Victoria: British Columbia Provincial Museum, 1955.

Jonaitis, Aldona. Art of the Northern Tlingit. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1986.

Jonaitis, Aldona, editor. Chiefly Feasts: The Enduring Kwakiutl Potlatch, with essays by Douglas Cole, (et al.) Seattle: University of Washington Press; New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1991.

Kaiper, Dan. Tlingit: Their Art, Culture and Legends. Blaine, WA: Hancock House, 1978.

Knapp, Marilyn R. Carved History: The Totem Poles & House Posts of Sitka National Historical Park. Anchorage, Alaska: Published in cooperation with National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior [by Alaska Natural History Association], c1980.

LaViolette, Forrest. The Struggle for Survival: Indian Cultures and the Protestant Ethic in BC. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1961.

Lewis, Claudia Louise. Indian Families of the Northwest Coast: The Impact of Change. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1970.

Maud, Ralph, ed. The Squamish and the Lillouet. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1978.

McNickle, D'Arcy. The Surrounded. University of New Mexico Press, 1936.

Mortimer, Hilda. You Call Me Chief: Impressions of the Life of Chief Dan George. Toronto: Doubleday , 1981.

Rosman, Abraham and Paula Rubel. Feasting with Mine Enemy: Rank and Exchange among Northwest Coast Societies. New York: Columbia University Press, 1971.

Smyly, John and Carolyn. Those Born at Koona: The Totem Poles of the Haida Village Skedans. Don Mills, ON: General Pub. Co., 1973.

Stewart, Hilary. Cedar, Tree of Life to the Northwest Coast Indians. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre; Seattle: University of Washington Press 1984.

Sutters, Wayne. Coast Salish Essays. Vancouver: Talonbooks; Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1987.

Wolcott, Harry. A Kwakiutl Village and School. Prospect, Il.: Waveland Press, 1984.

Woodsock, George. People of the Coast. Indiana University Press, 1977.

Wyatt, Victoria. Shapes of Their Thoughts: Reflections of Culture Contact in Northwest Coast Indian Art. New Haven: Yale Peabody Museum and University of Oklahoma Press, 1984.

Totem Poles

Barbeau, Marius. Art of the Totem: Totem Poles of the Northwest Coastal Indians. Surrey, BC.; Blaine, WA, Hancock House, 1984.

Barbeau, Marius. Totem Poles. Ottawa: R. Duhame, Queen's Printer, 1964.

Barbeau, Marius. Totem Poles of the Gitksan, Upper Skeena River, British Columbia. Ottawa: National Museum of Man; National Museums of Canada, 1973.

Halpin, Marjorie. Totem Poles: An Illustrated Guide. Vancouver: University of British Columbia, 1981.

Hawthorn, Audrey. Kwakiutl Art. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1979.

Malin, Edward. Totem Poles of the Pacific Northwest. Portland: Timber Press, 1986.

Speck, Henry. Kwakiutl Art. Vancouver: BC Indian Designs, 1964.

Stewart, Hilary. Looking at Indian Art of the Northwest Coast. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1979.

Stewart, Hilary. Looking at Totem Poles. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre; Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1993.

Stewart, Hilary. Totem Poles. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1990.

Other Canadian History and Culture

Atwood, Margaret. Strange Things: The Malevolent North in Canadian Literature. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995.

Atwood, Margaret. Survival: A Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature. Toronto: Anansi , 1972.

Baskerville, Peter. Beyond the Island: An Illustrated History of Victoria. Windsor Publishers, 1986.

Bourdon, Donald J. The Boom Years: G. G. Nye's Photographs of North Vancouver. North Vancouver: Hancock House, 1981.

Clark, Cecil. Best of Victoria: Yesterday and Today.

Halliday, William. Potlatch and Totem and the Recollections of an Indian Agent. Toronto: J. M. Dent, 1935.

Gregson, Harry. A History of Victoria, 1842-1970. Victoria, B. C.: Victoria Observer, 1970.

Lascelles, Thomas. Mission on the Inlet: St. Paul's Indian Catholic Church, North Vancouver, B. C., 1863-1984. Vancouver: St. Paul's Province, Order of the Oblates of Mary Immaculata , 1984.

Morley, Alan. Vancouver, from Milltown to Metropolis. Vancouver: Mitchell Press, 1961.

Ormsby, Margaret. British Columbia: A History. Toronto: Macmillans Canada, 1958.

Roy, Patricia. Vancouver: An Illustrated History. History of Canadian Cities Series. Toronto: National Museum of Man; National Museums of Canada, 1980.

Natural History

Prescott, Christine. A Nature Walk in Stanley Park. Vancouver: Mitchell Press, 1977.

Willoughby, Barrett. Sitka: To Know Alaska, One Must First Know Sitka. London: Hodder and Stoughton , 1930.

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