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Canadian anthologies, new and old.

A. J. M. Smith

Canadian anthologies, new and old.

by A. J. M. Smith

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Published in [Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canadian poetry -- Collections -- History and criticism

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination457-474 p.
    Number of Pages474
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19755752M

      Canadian Modern Architecture‘s approach is a contrast to smaller – and less academic – recent books. In Rise and Sprawl (), Partisans and Hans Ibeling charted the scope of Toronto’s condo boom, delving into the dispiriting mediocrity of new towers in fascinating detail. This new anthology features stories by some of Canada's finest authors who were born in another country and who went through the experience of trying to "fit in." From the shock of first impressions to the first stirrings of "becoming Canadian" and what that meant to them, this collection speaks of a powerful desire to be accepted, to feel at home.

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Anthologies reviewed include Canadian short stories: third series (selected by Robert Weaver); best Canadian stories (edited by John Metcalf and Clark Blaise); The best modern Canadian short stories (edited by Ivon M. Owen and Morris Wolfe).

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In spite of its misleading title, The New Canon is not meant to replace the hopelessly-outdated Oxford Anthology of Canadian Verse in English as the official canon of Canadian poetry. Rather, this is a selection of just one generation of English-language Canadian.

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