Bolder Flights: Essays on the Canadian Long Poem

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Angela Robbeson, Frank M. Tierney
University of Ottawa Press, 1998 - 192 sayfa
A growing number of literary historians and critics now recognize the contemporary long poem as a distinctively Canadian genre. This collection of essays leads the reader to a deeper understanding of Canadian literary cultures in terms of their local intimacies and idiosyncrasies as well as in their national contexts.
 

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Preface
1
An Introductory Survey of the Canadian Long Poem
7
Writing and Rewriting Adam Hood Burwells TalbotRoad
31
Dressing Nature in Early Canadian Long Poems
41
Early Long Poems by Canadian Women
53
Pratts Modernism or Digging in the Strata
65
Interpolation in Pratts Brébeuf and His Brethren
81
Freisen Atwood Kroetsch Arnason McFadden
101
Beginnings
115
The Machinery of Desire in Confabulations
133
Fred Wah and the Radical Long Poem
139
or Hurtin Songs for Bronwen Wallace
151
Kristjana Gunnars Carnival of Longing A Passionate Reading
161
Accessing the Criminal Paradise in Dennis Cooleys Bloody Jack and Other Outlaw Fictions
173
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