The Naiad and Five Other Poems. Toronto: Ryerson, 1931.
The Complete Poems of Marjorie Pickthall.
Toronto: McClelland, 1925.
Little Songs. Toronto: McClelland, 1925.
Two Poems. Toronto: Ryerson, 1923.
Mary Tired. London: Stonebridge Press, 1922.
The Woodcarvers Wife, and Later Poems.
Toronto: McClelland, 1922.
The Lamp of Poor Souls, and Other Poems. New York: Lane, 1916.
The Drift of Pinions. Montreal: University
The Selected Poems of Marjorie Pickthall. Ed. Lorne Pierce. Toronto: McClelland, 1957.
Angels Shoes, and Other Stories. London: Hodder, 1923.
The Bridge: A Story of the Great Lakes.
London: Hodder, 1922.
Little Hearts. London: Methuen, 1915.
Billys Hero, or, The Valley of Gold.
Toronto: Musson, 1908.
The Straight Road. Toronto: Musson, 1906.
Dicks Desertion. Toronto: Musson, 1905.
Arnason, David. Canadian Poetry: The Interregnum.
Canadian Verse II 1 (1975): 28-32.
Logan, J.D. Marjorie Pickthall: Her Poetic Genius
and Art. Toronto: Allen, 1922.
Pierce, Lorne. Marjorie Pickthall: A Book of Remembrance.
Pierce, Lorne. Marjorie Pickthall: A Memorial Address
Given at Victoria University, April 7, 1943, in Commemoration of the Twenty-First
Anniversary of the Poets Death. Toronto: Ryerson, 1943.
Pratt, E.J. Marjorie Pickthall. The
Canadian Forum 13 (1933): 334-335.
Relke, Diana M.A. Demeters Daughter: Marjorie
Pickthall and the Quest for Poetic Identity." Canadian Literature
114 (1987): 28-43.
Relke, Diana M.A. Mother Nature, Daughter Culture:
Marjorie Pickthalls Quest for Poetic Identity. Greenwor(l)ds:
Ecocritical Readings of Canadian Womens Poetry.
Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1999. 67-94.
Toye, D.E. The Poetry of Marjorie Pickthall.
Acta Victoriana 47 (1923): 15-18.
Whitney, V.L. Marjorie Pickthall. Acta
Victoriana 39 (1915): 332-341.
Williamson, Janice. Framed by History: Marjorie Pickthalls Devices and Desire. A Mazing Space: Writing Canadian Women Writing. Eds. Shirley Neuman and Smaro Kamboureli. Edmonton: Longspoon / Newest, 1986. 167-178.
Beattie, Alexander Munro. Advent of Modernism in Canadian
Poetry in English, 1912-1940. Ph.D. Columbia University, 1957.
Relke, Diana M.A. Canadian Women Poets and Poetic Identity: A Study of Marjorie Pickthall, Constance Lindsay Skinner, and the Early Work of Dorothy Livesay. Ph.D. 1988
|Marjorie Pickthall was born in 1883 in England. Her family moved to Toronto when she was young. She returned to live in England from 1913-1920. She died in Vancouver in 1922.|
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