6 edition of Canadian poets, 1960-1973 found in the catalog.
|Statement||prepared by George Woodcock.|
|LC Classifications||Z1377.P7 W66, PR9190.5 W66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 69 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||76380281|
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"This listing of the writings in verse of Canadian poets between and came into existence because I was invited by Carl F. Klinck, the General Editor of the Literary History of Canada, to write for a new edition of that work the chapter covering poetry published in Canada since It was obvious that my first need was an adequate Author: George Woodcock.
Genre/Form: Bibliographies Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Woodcock, George, Canadian poets, Ottawa: Golden Dog Press. French-Canadian poetry Early verse. The first book written in verse by a Canadian was Maryadharaman Épîtres, Satires, Chansons, Épigrammes et Autres Pièces de vers by Michel Bibaud, published in Mouvement littéraire.
A group of French-speaking poets and authors belonging to the Mouvement littéraire came to Ottawa from Quebec City when the civil service moved to Ottawa in Compiled in by George Woodcock, this book lists works by poets in books and booklets during the era leading up to Canada’s literary coming of age.
"This listing of the writings in verse of Canadian poets between and came into existence because I was invited 1960-1973 book Carl F. Klinck, the General Editor of the Literary History of Canada, to write for a new edition of.
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Ottawa: Golden Dog Press, Anima, or, Swann Grown Old. A Correspondence between Sir Herbert Read and George Woodcock. Victoria: Victoria Book Arts Club, An edition of 81 copies, printed on handmade Italian paper and bound in one-quarter calf. George Woodcock (May 8, - Janu ) FRSC was a Canadian writer of political biography and history, an anarchist thinker, an essayist and literary critic.
He was also a Canadian poet, and published several volumes of travel writing. In he founded the literary magazine Canadian Literature, the first academic journal specifically dedicated to Canadian writing.
He is perhaps best. Sackville, NB; Centre for Canadian Studies, Mt. Allison U, [Z P7L63 ROBAREF] McQuarrie, Jane, Anne Mercer, and Gordon Ripley, eds. Index to Canadian Poetry in English.
Toronto: Reference, [Z P7M28 ROBAREF] Stevens, Peter. Modern English-Canadian Poetry: A Guide to Information Sources. American Literature. Brown, Gene. Overview. Works: Aquarius: [a collection of work by Canadian poets by Lini R Grol (Book) Broadway's hits and misses by Sylviane Gold by.
PREFACE Working in a Reference Department of a Canadian College in the early nineteen-seventies was a frustrating job. This was particularly true at Glendon College of York Univer. Robert Watson Pomeroy (J – January 4, ) was an American businessman and politician from New York.
He was born on Jin Buffalo, New York, the son of Robert Watson Pomeroy, Sr. (–), a Yale graduate who was an industrialist and financier in Buffalo and New York, and Lucy (née Bemis) Pomeroy (–), a former president of the Palmetto Garden Club.
Alma mater: Yale University. Canadian poets, a list / prepared by George Woodcock. Margaret Atwoo ’s major co tributio to Ca a ia literary criticism i te e as a ha book for secondary school teachers, was according to the Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature the major Canadian poets and.
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