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Work by Date: 1916

This page lists a selection of shorter works (poems, short stories, and miscellaneous pieces) that L.M. Montgomery published in 1916. All items are signed “L.M. Montgomery,” unless stated otherwise.

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Summary

Poems (5)

Forever | The Sea to the Shore | The Poet | The Mother | To One Hated

Miscellaneous Pieces (5)

What Are the Greatest Books in the English Language? (round table)

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What Are the Greatest Books in the English Language? (round table)

Bookseller and Stationer (Toronto), January 1916, 31–32. Scrapbook of Reviews, 88 (Montgomery’s letter only).

Synopsis: Montgomery’s contribution to this round table appears alongside those of five fellow Canadian authors who enjoyed considerable popularity at this time: Arthur Stringer (1874–1950), Stephen Leacock (1869–1944), Agnes C. Laut (1871–1936), Emily Murphy (1868–1933), and Robert J.C. Stead (1880–1959).

Excerpted: The L.M. Montgomery Reader, Volume 1: A Life in Print, 151–53.

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Forever (poem)

The Canadian Magazine (Toronto), August 1916, 315.

First Line: With you I shall always be

Collected: The Watchman and Other Poems, 157 (expanded version). A World of Songs: Selected Poems, 1894–1921, 93 (expanded version).

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The Sea to the Shore (poem)

The Watchman and Other Poems, 37–38.

First Line: Lo, I have loved thee long, long have I yearned and entreated!

Collected: A World of Songs: Selected Poems, 1894–1921, 71.

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The Poet (poem)

The Watchman and Other Poems, 148–49.

First Line: There was strength in him and the weak won freely from it

Collected: A World of Songs: Selected Poems, 1894–1921, 99.

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The Mother (poem)

The Watchman and Other Poems, 150–51.

First Line: Here I lean over you, small son, sleeping

Collected: A World of Songs: Selected Poems, 1894–1921, 43–44.

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To One Hated (poem)

The Watchman and Other Poems, 152.

First Line: Had it been when I came to the valley where the paths parted asunder

Collected: A World of Songs: Selected Poems, 1894–1921, 94

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