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Don McKay: Essays on His Works
Over the past thirty years, Don McKay has created one of the most original bodies...
Jane Urquhart: Essays on Her Works
Jane Urquhart has published three books of poetry, a collection of short stories and five...
Kristjana Gunnars: Essays on Her Works
The writings collected here all testify to the complexity of Gunnars' literary visions as much...
M. G. Vassanji: Essays on His Works
This collection was born of a conviction that Vassanji's contributions to the global literary scene...
J. J. Steinfeld: Essays on His Works
Compiled and edited by Sandra Singer, J. J. Steinfeld: Essays on His Works is a...
Margaret Atwood: Essays on Her Works
Examining her dynamic and perpetually progressing nature as a writer, this collection of essays on...
Linda Rogers is the poet of childhood. She is also a people's poet, a story teller and a singer of blues for children, a novelist, and a winner of the Stephen Leacock award for humour. In this volume, poets Barbara Colebrook Peace, Harold Rhenisch, and Patricia Young, poet and translator Allan Brown, short story writer John Gould, and critic Ronald B. Hatch cast light on the spiritual and creative life of this flamboyant and passionate writer who reveals the power of childhood to renew and to transform adults and children alike.
Linda Rogers: Essays on Her Works

Harold Rhenisch
2004
Linda Rogers: Essays on Her Works
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Mary Di Michele: Essays on Her Works
Pier Giorgio Di Cicco: Essays on His Works
Caterina Edwards: Essays on Her Works
David Solway: Essays on His Works
Austin Clarke: Essays On His Works
Drew Hayden Taylor: Essays on His Works
Mary Melfi: Essays on Her Works
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