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by Wilfred Campbell

  • ISBN: 0919662579
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  • Author: Wilfred Campbell
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tecumseh Press (1976)
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William Wilfred Campbell (1 June ca. 1860 – 1 January 1918) was a Canadian poet. He is often classed as one of the country's Confederation Poets, a group that included fellow Canadians Charles .

William Wilfred Campbell (1 June ca. Roberts, Bliss Carman, Archibald Lampman, and Duncan Campbell Scott; he was a colleague of Lampman and Scott. By the end of the 19th century, he was considered the "unofficial poet laureate of Canada.

33 poems of William Wilfred Campbell. Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams, Annabel Lee. William Wilfred Campbell was born 15 June 1860 in Newmarket, Upper Canada (present-day Ontario). There is some doubt as to the date and place of his birth. His father, Rev. Thomas Swainston Campbell, was an Anglican clergyman who had been assigned the task of setting up several frontier parishes in "Canada West", as Ontario was then called. Consequently, the family moved frequently.

by William Wilfred Campbell. Select Format: Unbound. ISBN13:9780919662575.

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Excerpt from book: The Betrayed Sing. er There came a singer through the world, The world of grim to-day, The fire of life was on his lips And in his heart the May. He sang a golden song of love, Of truth and truth's desire, And flung a majesty of might From his alluring lyre. He came to where the cliques of song, Life's grim Sanhedrim dwelt; They hated him because of all The truth he sang and felt.

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William Wilfred Campbell: selected poetry and essays. Laurel Boone ed. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier U P, 1987. Representative Poetry Online: William Wilfred Campbell - Biography and 15 poems (The Avenging Angel, Bereavement of the Fields, The Blind Caravan, The Dread Voyage, The End of the Furrow, The Higher Kinship, How One Winter Came in the Lake Region, Indian Summer, An October Evening, Out of Pompeii, Pan the Fallen, The Politician, The Sky Watcher, Stella Flammarum: An Ode to Halley's Comet

As through the night The trailing snows wind as a funeral train, And softly through the murky morning light The grim gray day comes stealing up again. William Wilfred Campbell's other poems

As through the night The trailing snows wind as a funeral train, And softly through the murky morning light The grim gray day comes stealing up again. William Wilfred Campbell's other poems: Canadian Folksong. How One Winter Came in the Lake Region. Распечатать стихотворение (Poem to print). Количество обращений к стихотворению: 1097. Последние стихотворения.

William Wilfred Campbell (?June 15, 1860 - January 1, 1918), FRSC, was a Canadian poet. Campbell, who published mainly as Wilfred Campbell, is often classed as a member of Canada's Confederation Poets, a group that also included Sir Charles . By the end of the nineteenth century, he was being hailed as the unofficial poet laureate of Canada.

William Wilfred Campbell. Selected Poetry and Essays. By the time Campbell died on New Year’s Day 1918, shifting values had begun to turn critical opinion against his work. Among the 112 poems in William Wilfred Campbell: Selected Poetry and Essays are the familiar Indian Summer and How One Winter Came in the Lake Region, along with many less well-known love poems, patriotic songs, and occasional poems. Some twenty manuscript pieces are published here for the first time.