Harsh and Lovely Land: The Major Canadian Poets and the Making of a Canadian Tradition

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UBC Press, 1980 - Canadian poetry - 184 pages
Poet-critic Tom Marshall examines four stages in the development of apurely Canadian tradition in poetry through a focus on the work ofmajor poets writing in English from the mid-nineteenth century to thepresent.
 

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Contents

INNER WEATHER THE MODERNISTS
41
PERSPECTIVE THE INHERITORS
87
QUEST INTO DARKNESS THE POETNOVELISTS
121
Conclusion
171
Index
181
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About the author (1980)

Tom Marshall is associate professor of English atQueen's University. He is former editor of Quarry and haspublished several books of poetry and literary criticism.

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