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The Selected Gwendolyn MacEwen
     

The Selected Gwendolyn MacEwen

by Gwendolyn MacEwen, Meaghan Strimas (Editor), Rosemary Sullivan (Preface by), Barry Callaghan (Afterword)
 

Spanning Gwendolyn MacEwen's career from the late 1950s to the early 1970s, this is a comprehensive collection of work by one of the greatest women writers of the 20th century. It traces the trajectory of her verse and the development of her fiction and drama, and includes letters, paintings, and photographs from the oeuvre of this beloved Canadian

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Spanning Gwendolyn MacEwen's career from the late 1950s to the early 1970s, this is a comprehensive collection of work by one of the greatest women writers of the 20th century. It traces the trajectory of her verse and the development of her fiction and drama, and includes letters, paintings, and photographs from the oeuvre of this beloved Canadian poet.

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"The voice . . . speaks directly and plainly to that which is the deepest part of our humanity."  —The Globe and Mail

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ISBN-13:
9781550961119
Publisher:
Exile Editions
Publication date:
04/28/2008
Series:
Exile Classics Series
Pages:
356
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)

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"The voice . . . speaks directly and plainly to that which is the deepest part of our humanity."  —The Globe and Mail

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Gwendolyn MacEwen was a well-known writer of poetry, drama, and fiction. Among her publications are Breakfast for the Barbarians, Shadow Maker, and The T. E. Lawrence Poems. Meaghan Strimas is a poet and the author of Junk Man's Daughter. Rosemary Sullivan is a journalist, a teacher, and the author of Cuba: Grace Under Pressure; Labyrinth of Desire: Women, Passion, and Romantic Obsession; Shadow Maker: The Life of Gwendolyn MacEwen; and Villa Air-Bel: World War II, Escape and a Marseille. Barry Callaghan is a former professor at York University and the founder of Exile Editions.

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