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Mary Di Michele: Essays on Her Works
Mary di Michele is an extraordinary voice in Canadian poetry. From the award-wining Mimosa and...
Richard Outram: Essays on His Works
This volume presents the first posthumous panorama of Outram's work and achievement. It includes an...
Joe Rosenblatt: Essays on His Works
This restless son of the Diaspora has worn out many pairs of shoes, alligator and...
Caterina Edwards: Essays on Her Works
This book on Edwards' work examines her literary achievement. Essays by Joseph Pivato, Elizabeth Sarlo-Hayes,...
Sheila Watson: Essays on Her Works
Sheila Watson published the iconic novel, The Double Hook, in 1959 and influenced the writing...
Al Purdy: Essays on His Works
Al Purdy struggled initially as a poet, yet persevered and thrived along with his burgeoning...
The writings collected here all testify to the complexity of Gunnars' literary visions as much as they testify to the sheer pleasures of reading her work. In her interview, Gunnars speaks both as a reader and a writer, describing the form and modes of address of her work, as well as the philosophical and literary traditions she draws from. The nine essays and two poems, organized chronologically according to the publication dates of the primary texts they treat, represent a broad range of approaches to Kristjana Gunnars' work.
Kristjana Gunnars: Essays on Her Works
Dany Laferrière: Essays On His Works
Clark Blaise: Essays on His Works
David Adams Richards: Essays on His Works
Louis Dudek: Essays on His Works
Pier Giorgio Di Cicco: Essays on His Works
Austin Clarke: Essays On His Works
Jane Urquhart: Essays on Her Works
Clark Blaise: The Interviews
bill bissett: Essays on His Works
Jack Hodgins: Essays on His Works
Gail Scott: Essays on Her Works
P.K. Page: Essays on Her Works