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(COCHRANE, Charles Norris). Addison, Joseph. Chosen and Edited by John Richard Green.
Essays of Joseph Addison.
London: Macmillan and Co., 1906. Reprint, a volume in Macmillan's Golden Treasury Series.
16 cm x 11 cm, publisher's dark blue cloth, pp. xxiviii, (378), + (2) pp. catalogue for the Golden Treasury series; portrait of Addison in centre of title page. This volume bears the ownership signature of classical scholar Charles Norris Cochrane, (1889-1945), author of "Christianity and Classical Culture", 1940. George [Parkin] Grant considered "Christianity and Classical Culture" to be "the most important book ever written by a Canadian". Harold Innis referred to it as "the first major Canadian contribution to the intellectual history of the West". Here, Cochrane has made five brief references to the text in pencil on the rear pastedown endpaper, and an ink note to at least one page. Scratch to front cover (6 cm long), else a very good copy.
$45.00                          Book Number: 20198                         Order / Enquire



(COCHRANE, Charles Norris). Aristophanes. With Introduction and Notes by W.W. Merry.
The Birds. Part I. - Introduction and Text.
Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1904. Fourth edition.
7" x 4¾", maroon cloth, pp. 91, + 14 pp. publisher's catalogue. This copy bears the ownership signature of classical scholar Charles Norris Cochrane, (1889-1945), author of "Christianity and Classical Culture", 1940. George [Parkin] Grant considered Christianity and Classical Culture to be "the most important book ever written by a Canadian". Harold Innis referred to it as "the first major Canadian contribution to the intellectual history of the West". Here, in Aristophanes' text, Cochrane has made numerous markings and comments in the margins. The front hinge paper is split [hinge remains firm] else a very good copy.
$65.00                          Book Number: 12903                         Order / Enquire



(COCHRANE, Charles Norris). Aristophanes. With Introduction and Notes by W.W. Merry.
The Clouds.
Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1899. New edition.
7" x 4¾", maroon cloth, pp. xii, 104, + [4] pp. publisher's catalogue. This copy bears the ownership signature of classical scholar Charles Norris Cochrane, (1889-1945), author of "Christianity and Classical Culture", (1940). George [Parkin] Grant considered "Christianity and Classical Culture" to be "the most important book ever written by a Canadian". Harold Innis referred to it as "the first major Canadian contribution to the intellectual history of the West". Here, in Aristophanes' text, Cochrane has made numerous markings and comments in the margins. The book has been damaged by two punctures through the front cover and passing through the text block, leaving small holes and identations in the text, and affecting Cochrane's signature. The book is otherwise a sound copy.
$65.00                          Book Number: 12904                         Order / Enquire



(COCHRANE, Charles Norris). Heine, Heinrich. Selected and Arranged with Notes by C.A. Buchheim.
Lieder und Gedichte.
London: Macmillan and Co., 1907. Reprint, a volume in Macmillan's Golden Treasury Series.
16 cm x 11 cm, publisher's dark blue cloth, pp. xxix, 376, + (4) pp. catalogue for the Golden Treasury series; portrait of Heine in centre of title page. This volume bears the ownership initials (C.N.C), of classical scholar Charles Norris Cochrane, (1889-1945), author of "Christianity and Classical Culture", 1940. George [Parkin] Grant considered "Christianity and Classical Culture" to be "the most important book ever written by a Canadian". Harold Innis referred to it as "the first major Canadian contribution to the intellectual history of the West". Faint dampstain to upper right corner of front cover, imprint at base of spine slightly rubbed, else a very good copy.
$45.00                          Book Number: 20199                         Order / Enquire



(COCHRANE, Charles Norris). Livy. Edited by F.H. Marshall.
Book VI.
Cambridge at the University Press, 1903.
7" x 4¾", brown cloth, xxxiv, 171, + 8 pp. catalogue for the Pitt Press series. Illustrated with folding maps. This volume of Livy's history of Rome bears the ownership signature of classical scholar Charles Norris Cochrane, (1889-1945), author of "Christianity and Classical Culture", 1940. George [Parkin] Grant considered "Christianity and Classical Culture" to be "the most important book ever written by a Canadian". Harold Innis referred to it as "the first major Canadian contribution to the intellectual history of the West". Here, in Livy's text, Cochrane has made numerous markings and comments in the page margins ans some further notes on the rear endpapers. The spine is leaned, with slight wear and fraying to the ends, else very good.
$65.00                          Book Number: 12902                         Order / Enquire



MacNAUGHTON, John.
Essays and Addresses. Selected by D.D. Calvin.
(Kingston): Queen's University, 1946. First edition.
MacNaughton was a professor of classical literature at Queen's, McGill and the University of Toronto. This book contains essays on classics and theology, as well as essays on Robert Louis Stevenson and Robert Browning. A near fine copy in dust jacket, which is just lightly nicked at the head of the spine, and has a 1 cm tear to the rear panel.
$16.50                          Book Number: 5705                         Order / Enquire



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