6 edition of Five modern Canadian poets found in the catalog.
|Statement||[edited by] Eli Mandel ; additional material by Roy Bentley.|
|Series||Aspects of English|
Go to sleep, world: Poems (The Ryerson library of modern Canadian poets) [Souster, Raymond] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Go to sleep, world: Poems (The Ryerson library of modern Canadian poets). The book was nominated for Canada’s Trillium Book Award for Poetry in and the synopsis provides an excerpt from what I believe is the title poem: “A demand and promise; an obligation and challenge; a protest and call: I have to live.
5. Halfling Spring: An Internet Romance by Joanne Arnott (Métis) Kegedonce Press Joanne Arnott was born in Manitoba in and studied at the University of Windsor for her B.A. Last year Arnott was one of the lucky few writers shortlisted for the Pat Lowther Memorial Award (League of Canadian Poets). From poets born in the early years of the twentieth century to those writing in the twenty-first, Modern Canadian Poets explores a lineage of modernist, multilingual, culturally pluralist writers who have engaged with other English- and French-speaking traditions in new ways, to make a literature that is unmistakably Canadian and international.
Legris is one of the most experimental Canadian poets writing today. Originally from Manitoba and now living in Saskatchewan, she has avoided the poetry scenes of major Canadian cities while continuing to impact them after winning the Griffin Poetry Prize in for her collection Nerve Squall published by the Toronto-based independent publisher Coach House Books. BENSON, Nathaniel A., (ed.). Modern Canadian Poetry. Ottawa: Graphic Publishers Limited, First Edition. Pp (8),,(1). 8vo, quarter navy cloth, decorated paper on boards, navy lettering to front board, silver lettering to spine. Nathaniel Anketell Michael Benson (b. Octo , Toronto - d. , Detroit, Michigan). Contents:An introductory section, "By.
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