During WWII, a number of Canadian poets converged on Montreal and rewrote the story of modern English-Canadian poetry. The book discusses the four major English-Canadian poets to emerge in the 40s; PK Page, AM Klein, Irving Layton and Louis Dudek.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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