Return to home page
Searching: Muskingum library catalog
While many OPAL libraries have resumed lending and borrowing, some continue to operate at reduced service levels or limit in-person use to their campus community. Note that pickup services and procedures may differ between libraries. Please contact your library regarding open hours, pickup procedures, specific requests, or other assistance.

LEADER 00000cz   2200361n  4500 
001    n  50029890  
003    DLC 
005    20191031073150.0 
008    800613n| azannaabn          |a aaa       
010    n  50029890 
016    0101C2352E 
035    (OCoLC)oca00065262 
040    DLC|beng|erda|cDLC|dDLC|dOCoLC|dNjP|dIEN|dNcU|dCaOONL 
042    nlc 
046    |f1909-12-15|g1981-01-29|2edtf 
053  0 PR9199.3.G574 
053  4 PS8513.L388|5CaOONL 
100 1  Glassco, John 
370    |cCanada|2naf 
374    Poets|aAuthors|2lcsh 
377    eng 
400 1  Glassco, John,|d1909-1981 
500 1  |wnnnc|aUnderwood, Miles,|d1909-1981|0(DLC)no2010093938 
500 1  |wnnnc|aBayer, Sylvia,|d1909-1981|0(DLC)no2019160076 
663    For works of this author written under other names, search
       also under:|bUnderwood, Miles|bBayer, Sylvia 
670    His The deficit made flesh, 1958. 
670    Sutherland, F. John Glassco, an essay and bibliography, 
       c1984:|bCan CIP data (Glassco, John, 1909-1981) 
670    The Paris Olympia Press, 2007:|bp. 389 (Underwood, Miles; 
       pseudonym of Glassco, John) 
670    Info. converted from 678, 2012-10-02|b(b. 1909; poet, 
       novelist, essayist and translator) 
670    Wikipedia, Sept. 28, 2017|b(John Glassco; born December 15,
       1909, Montreal, Quebec, died January 29, 1981; Canadian 
       poet, memoirist, novelist, and translator)|uhttps:// 
670    The complete poems of John Glassco, 2018:|btitle page 
       (John Glassco) 
670    Canadiana, October 10, 2019|b(access point: Glassco, John,
       1909-1981, born December 15, 1909, died January 29, 1981; 
       Canadian; Wrote under alternate names: Miles Underwood and
       Sylvia Bayer. The authentic confessions of Harriet Marwood
       : an English governess was written under Miles Underwood. 
       Fetish girl was written under Sylvia Bayer) 
675    The English Governess, 1960: t.p. (Miles Underwood) 

If you experience difficulty accessing or navigating this content, please contact the OPAL Support Team