Copp Clark; Curwood, James Oliver, Louderback, Walt, The flaming forest. A novel of the Canadian Northwest, Toronto: Copp Clark.
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Curwood, James Oliver
|Title||The flaming forest. A novel of the Canadian Northwest|
Curwood, James Oliver, Louderback, Walt, <em>The flaming forest. A novel of the Canadian Northwest</em>, Toronto: Copp Clark.
|Description||Also published, New York: Cosmopolitan Book Corp., 1921 (296p.); New York: McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, c1921 (296p.); illustrated with scenes from the MGM film, New York: Grosset & Dunlap,  (296p.); Toronto: Copp, Clark, c1923 (296p.); Philadelphia: Blakiston Co., 1946 (, 296p.); Harlequin edition, Winnipeg: Harlequin Books, 1957 (190p.); Mattituck, N.Y.: Aeonian Press, 1976 (296p.). Also in Curwood, <i>A north-country omnibus: Containing three complete novels </i>, New York: Grosset & Dunlap, c1921 (303, 298, 296p.). Translated by Louis Postif as <i>La forêt en flammes </i>, [Paris]: Hachette,  (255, p.); with illustrations by Frédéric Boulogne, Paris: Hachette, 1978 (247p.). Crime, passion, and Mounties on the Athabasca, with many references to Edmonton. Part of Curwood's Three Rivers trilogy; for others <i>see </i>Peel http://peel.library.ualberta.ca/bibliography/4472.html and http://peel.library.ualberta.ca/bibliography/4576.html.|