Poetry by Canadian Women by Rosemary Sullivan

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This text presents the work of over seventy writers. Spanning almost two centuries, it reveals a fascinating range of cultural backgrounds, temperaments, and styles. The historical perspective makes it possible to trace a remarkable evolution not only in the concerns that Canadian women have addressed in poetry, but also in the craft with which they have done so. Above all, this anthology acts as a reminder that behind the rich contemporary generation is a long cumulative tradition of women poets who have cleared the way.

About Rosemary Sullivan

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Rosemary Sullivan is at University of Toronto.
Published June 1, 1989 by Oxford Univ Pr (Txt).
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction