Canadian Poetry

No. 51, Fall/Winter, 2002

Rummagings 1: Charles Sangster
by D.M.R. Bentley
“Your Star”: Pauline Johnson and the Tensions of Celebrity Discourse
by Lorraine York
Charles G.D. Roberts’s Use of “Indian Legend” in Four Poems of the Eighteen Eighties and ’Nineties
by D.M.R. Bentley
Al Purdy, Sam Solecki, and the Poetics of the 1960s
by Frank Davey
Myth-Making and Exile: the Desire for a Homeplace in George Eliott Clarke’s Whylah Falls
by Michelle Banks
The Lampman Medallion in the Trinity College Chapel
   by Gail Lee
Calm, Cool, and Selected: the New Life of Johnson’s Work
Shelley Hulan
Inscribing Atlantic Canada: an Occasion for Ecocritical Meditation
by Diana M.A. Relke
Resurrecting Daniells
by Robert G. May




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