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Shorter Works: 1924

This page lists a selection of shorter works (poems, short stories, and miscellaneous pieces) that L.M. Montgomery published in 1924. All items are signed “L.M. Montgomery,” unless stated otherwise.

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Summary

Poems (1)

Farewell to an Old Room

Miscellaneous Pieces (1)

Symposium on Canadian Fiction in Which Canadian Authors Express Their Preferences (round table)

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Farewell to an Old Room (poem)

The Ladies’ Home Journal (Philadelphia), October 1924, 136. Scrapbook 5.

First Line: In the gold of sunset bloom

Reprinted: Also in Maroon and Gold (Elon College, NC), 15 October 1924, 2.

Collected: The Blythes Are Quoted, 208–9.

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Symposium on Canadian Fiction in Which Canadian Authors Express Their Preferences (round table)

Manitoba Free Press (Winnipeg), 8 December 1924, Book Supplement, 6.

Synopsis: This round table polled a large number of popular authors—including Bliss Carman, Madge Macbeth, Isabel Ecclestone Mackay, William Arthur Deacon, Frederick Philip Grove, Nellie L. McClung, and Marian Keith—and appeared with a descriptive subhead: “What They Have Written in Reply to the Question: ‘What Are Your Three Favorite Novels by Canadian Writers?’—Their Answers Show a Very Interesting Variety of Opinion and from Them Our Readers Can Compile a Useful Reference List.”

Excerpted: The L.M. Montgomery Reader, 1: 207–8.

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