Vatnsþróin (in Series: Jafnaðarmannafélag Rit No. 1[Icelandic Socialist Organization of Winnipeg], Juli [July], 1902. [transl: the cistern](?) -Includes stories by Bellamy, R. G. Ingersoll & Sigurður Júlíus Jóhannesson (the latter was the Translator)

Bellamy, Edward, 1850-1898

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Title: Vatnsţróin (in Series: Jafnađarmannafélag ...

Publication Date: 1902


Translation (dated July, 1902) of Bellamy's work by prominennt Icelandic Canadian poet/editor/translator Sigurður Júlíus Jóhannesson , plus several other selections - namely a 12-page story entitled "Maðurinn og Vélin" [Man and Machine] by R. G. Ingersoll, plus a 3-page fragment of Jóhannesson's own short story, plus the constitution of the Icelandiic Socialist Organization in Winnipeg (in Icelandic). PUBLISHER: Winnipeg : Jafnaðarmannafélag Íslendinga [Icelandiic Socialist Organization in Winnipeg], 1902. Descr. 40 p. ; 15 cm. VG+ in stiff paper (card) covers. Series: Jafnaðarmannarit No 1 [i.e., the first of an intended series of socialist publications(?)] - on title page this serial is renderred thus: Jafnaðarmannarit rit No. 1, Júlí, 1902. Note: while Gegnir and Hjartar both catalogue this as a book, it appears to this bookseller that it is a "one off" journal containing the works of four different authors. Subject: Náttúruauðlindir: Vatn [Natural Resource: Water]; Add.Entry: Sigurður Júlíus Jóhannesson 1868-1956. TRANSLATOR BIO: Both Gegnir and Hjartar indicate that the translator was Sigurður Júlíus Jóhannesson 1868-1956. He was known in his circle as "S. J.", and was a prominent Icelandic-Canadian writer, poet and editor, who edited the Icelandic-Canadian newspaper Logberg for a short while but resigned because of his opposition to Canadian participation in World War I. He also edited 5 other Icelandic-Canadian periodicals (see Hjartar, p. 42). Prof. Richard Beck also applaudes him as a fine poet, editor and an unusualy fine translator - see Beck's History of Icelandic Poets, pp. 221 - 224. Referenced in Hjartar, p. 11. Bookseller Inventory # 34461

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