4 edition of Charles W. Gordon/Ralph Connor found in the catalog.
Charles W. Gordon/Ralph Connor
Kirk H. Layton
Includes bibliographical references: p. 65-68.
|Statement||by Kirk H. Layton.|
|LC Classifications||PS8463.O7 Z75 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 71 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||71|
Ralph Connor's Autobiography; The Story of the Clergyman Whose Fresh-Air Fiction About the Canadian Frontier Has Sold About 5,, Copies POSTSCRIPT TO ADVENTURE: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF RALPH CONNOR. Charles W. Gordon ("Ralph Connor") and his works by John Lennox (Book) Charles William Gordon by Keith Wilson (Book) For God, King, pen, and country: the papers of Charles William Gordon, (Ralph Connor): a resource tool by Maura Taylor Pennington (Book).
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Gordon, Charles W. (Ralph Connor) Published by McClelland & Stewart Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada () ISBN ISBN The Rev. Charles W. Gordon Marker. Inscription. Under the pen name of Ralph Connor, Gordon became one of Canada's leading authors and wrote such books as "The Man From Glengarry", "The Sky Pilot" and "Glengarry School Days". The themes of many of his novels were drawn from his missionary experiences and boyhood memories of Glengarry.
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In the first rank of Canadian Autobigraphies, Postscripts to Adventure is the personal account of the life of Ralph Connor, a Canadian novelist whose works sold in the millions at a time when success was measured in thousands. Autobiography of Canadian minister, soldier, statesman, lecturer and novelist Ralph Connor, i.e.
Charles W. Gordon. : Charles W. Gordon "Ralph Connor" and His Works (Canadian Author Studies series) (): Lennox, John: BooksFirst published: 01 Jan, The story follows life on the Canadian plains with the influx of new people from foreign lands.
The settlers bring with them their customs, traditions, problems and their humor. Throughout all of their adjustments a strong sense of their religious beliefs supports them/5.
THE DAWN BY GALILEE A Story of the Christ by CONNOR, Ralph [Charles W. Gordon] and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Gordon Charles W Ralph Connor, Signed - AbeBooks. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lennox, John, Charles W.
Gordon ("Ralph Connor") and his works. Charles W. Gordon, the author of many romances published under the pseudonym of "Ralph Connor," lived a life and career of larger-than-life proportions.
Raised in pioneer conditions, he was prodigiously gifted. THE BOOKS OF RALPH CONNOR The historical Ralph Connor Memorial United Church, built inwas named inafter its founder and first minister, Rev.
Charles W Gordon, who later wrote stories and novels under his pen name, Ralph Connor. Gordon wrote his first novel Black Rock in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Built inthe historic Ralph Connor Memorial United Church was named, infor its founder and first minister, Charles W.
Gordon, who wrote popular stories and novels under the pen name, Ralph Connor. The Rev. Charles Gordon was a Presbyterian missionary assigned to cover the territory around Banff.
A look at the life of Charles W. Gordon and the novels he wrote as Ralph Connor, from his first novel, Black Rock, to the events of in the World War I battle for Regina Trench.
Product Details About the AuthorPages: Ralph Connor, the nom de plume of Rev. Charles W. Gordon, D.D., of Winnipeg, is a Presbyterian minister as his father and grandfather were before him, but in his veins runs the blood of a long line of fighting ancestors. A very distant relative of the family was the illustrious General Gordon, popularly known as Chinese Gordon.
Writing under the pen name Ralph Connor, Winnipeg Presbyterian minister, the Rev. Charles William Gordon became the most popular and best-selling novelist of the early twentieth century. Five million copies of his 30 novels were sold worldwide.
To the world, “Ralph Connor” was a literary giant. Historic Sites of Manitoba: Ralph Connor House (54 West Gate, Winnipeg) Historic Sites of Manitoba: Ralph Connor School No.
(RM of Siglunes) The World of Helen Gordon by J. King Gordon with introduction by Marjorie Gordon Smart Manitoba Pageant, Vol Number 1, Autumn Commemorating Ralph Connor House Manitoba History, Number Writing under the pen name Ralph Connor, Winnipeg Presbyterian minister, the Rev.
Charles William Gordon became the most popular and best-selling novelist of the early twentieth century. Five million copies of his 30 novels were sold worldwide. T To the world, “Ralph Connor” was a literary giant. Ralph Connor Rev. Charles William Gordon was born September 13th,at St.
Elmo, a son of the Rev. Daniel Gordon a Highlander who came to Canada as a Presbyterian minister in the s, and his wife, Mary Robertson. Charles William Gordon, pen name Ralph Connor, clergyman, novelist (b in Glengarry Cy, Canada W 13 Sept ; d at Winnipeg 31 Oct ).
The most successful Canadian novelist in the early 20th century, Gordon used literature as a pulpit to preach his energetic branch of "red-blooded Christianity. Introd. by Charles W. Gordon (Ralph Connor) Paperback – Aug by Edwin Arthur Henry (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Edwin Arthur Henry.
(Charles Gordon, Postscript to Adventure: The Autobiography of Ralph Connor, Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Limited, p. ) The Social Service Council was actively involved in campaigning for a government that would accept temperance as part of its platform, and threw its.
Charles W. Gordon ("Ralph Connor") and His Works (Book): Lennox, John Watt: Explores the life and works of Charles W. Gordon (Ralph Connor). Rev. Charles William Gordon  was a Canadian novelist, using the pen name Ralph Connor while maintaining his status as a church leader.
Born in Ontario, he was ordained a Presbyterian minister in He moved to Alberta and served in the Rocky Mountains until Rev.
Charles William Gordon, or Ralph Connor, (Septem – Octo ) was a Canadian novelist, using the Connor pen name while maintaining his status as a Church leader, first in the Presbyterian and later the United churches in Canada.
by Ralph Connor Seller Books Express Published Condition New ISBN Item Price $ Show Details. Description: New. by Connor, Ralph (Reverend Charles W. Gordon) Seller Homeward Bound Books Published Condition Very Good with no dust jacket Item Price $ Show Details.5. Quoted in Charles W. Gordon, Postscript to Adventure: The Autobiography of Ralph Connor (New York: Farrar and Rinehart, ), 6.
Montgomery kept meticulous records of her sales, and I have arrived at this estimate by adding up the worldwide totals .Plaque text.
Ralph Connor House. Built for the Reverend Charles Gordon in –, this large, stately residence reflects his position as a leading Presbyterian clergyman and the best-selling Canadian author of the early 20th century.