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eBook Poetry by Canadian Women ePub

by Rosemary Sullivan

  • ISBN: 0195406885
  • Category: Poetry
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Rosemary Sullivan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford Univ Pr (June 1, 1989)
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Rosemary Sullivan . born 1947) is a Canadian poet, biographer, and anthologist. Sullivan was born in the small town of Valois on Lac Saint-Louis, just outside Montreal, Quebec.

Rosemary Sullivan . After graduating from St. Thomas High School, she attended McGill University on a scholarship, and received her bachelor's degree in 1968. After she was married, in 1968, she attended the University of Connecticut, where she received her MA in 1969.

Poetry by Canadian women. Sullivan, Rosemary, 1947-. Don Mills, Ont. : Oxford University Press Canada. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

Poetry By Canadian Women book. This text presents the work of over seventy writers  . Details (if other): Cancel.

Biographer and poet Rosemary Sullivan is a professor emeritus at the .

Biographer and poet Rosemary Sullivan is a professor emeritus at the University of Toronto. Her most recent book is Stalin's Daughter. Epic in scope, it’s a revolutionary biography of a woman doomed to be a political prisoner of her father’s name. Sullivan explores a complicated character in her broader context without ever losing sight of her powerfully human story, in the process opening a closed, brutal world that continues to fascinate us. Illustrated with photographs. Watch the PBS Interview with Judy Woodruff on NewsHour: Rosemary Sullivan and Chrese Evans. Listen to an excerpt from the audiobook of Stalin’s Daughter.

The historical perspective makes it possible to trace a remarkable evolution not only in the concerns that Canadian women have addressed in poetry, but also in the craft with which they have done so. Above all, this anthology acts as a reminder that behind the rich contemporary generation is a long cumulative tradition of women poets who have cleared the way. Poetry by Canadian Women - eBook.

Rosemary Sullivan (born 1947) is a Canadian poet, biographer, and anthologist. Sullivan was born in the small town of Valois on Lac St. Louis, located near Montreal, Quebec. Thomas High School, she attended McGill University on a scholarship, and earned a . After her marriage in 1968, she attended the University of Connecticut, where she earned an .

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This text presents the work of over seventy writers  . More by Rosemary Sullivan. The Oxford Book of Stories by Canadian Women in English.

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Here is a round-up of YOUR favourite Canadian poetry collections. What it's about: Georgette LeBlanc is the current parliamentary poet laureate of Canada

Here is a round-up of YOUR favourite Canadian poetry collections. What it's about: Georgette LeBlanc is the current parliamentary poet laureate of Canada. Alma is a collection of poems that follows a single woman, and the people she comes across in her day-to-day life, living in a small Acadian village during the great Depression and the Second World War. Recommended by: Pascale Salvatore. Georgette LeBlanc named Canada's new parliamentary poet laureate.

Rosemary Sullivan has published ten books of creative non-fiction and poetry. Poetry by Canadian Women/ Oxford University Press, 1989. Given Name: Rosemary. Her works include Villa Air-Bel: World War II, Escape, and a House in Marseille (2006), Cuba: Grace Under Pressure, By Heart: Elizabeth Smart, A Life, Labyrinth of Desire: Women Passion and Romantic Obsession, Shadow Maker: The Life of Gwendolyn MacEwen, and The Bone Ladder: New and Selected Poetry.

This text presents the work of over seventy writers. Spanning almost two centuries, it reveals a fascinating range of cultural backgrounds, temperaments, and styles. The historical perspective makes it possible to trace a remarkable evolution not only in the concerns that Canadian women have addressed in poetry, but also in the craft with which they have done so. Above all, this anthology acts as a reminder that behind the rich contemporary generation is a long cumulative tradition of women poets who have cleared the way.