Bibliography Update: Earliest Book-Length Studies

I’ve spent the morning adding to the list of book-length studies—not only studies devoted exclusively to Montgomery’s work but also studies that mention her work as part of a discussion of a broader number of texts. Of particular interest to me are the studies that were published during Montgomery’s lifetime, by authors such as Henry James Morgan, Thomas Guthrie Marquis, J.D. Logan and Donald G. French, Archibald MacMechan, William Arthur Deacon, Lionel Stevenson, Lorne Pierce, and Vernon Blair Rhodenizer. The bibliography is limited to citations, but I discuss the contributions of all these critics in the introduction to The L.M. Montgomery Reader, Volume 1: A Life in Print.

Also, I recently did an email interview with Open Book Toronto about my work as series editor of the Early Canadian Literature series published by Wilfrid Laurier University Press, which mentions my work on L.M. Montgomery.

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