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Canadian poems, 1850-1952.

Louis Dudek

Canadian poems, 1850-1952.

by Louis Dudek

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Published by Contact Press in Toronto .
Written in English

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  • Canadian poetry -- Collections.

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    StatementEdited by Louis Dudek and Irving Layton.
    ContributionsLayton, Irving, 1912-2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination127 p.
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21807057M

    Dudek's influence was vast and his accomplishments breathtaking — from revolutionizing this country's small press movement (First Statement, Contact Press, CIV/n, Delta and Delta Canada) and editing such ground-breaking anthologies as Canadian Poems: (with Irving Layton), Poetry of Our Time and The Making of Modern Poetry in Canada.   The introduction to their anthology Canadian Poems: – begins: ‘Enough poetry has been written in Canada by now to permit the cutting of more than one swath through it. The present anthology is both critical and new in spirit. Cited by:

    A comparative study of the responses made by grade 11 Vancouver students to Canadian and New Zealand poems: Creator: Ross, Harry Campbell: Date Issued: Description: This study was a response to the current movement to introduce more Canadian content into the literature curriculum of Canadian schools. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now! Full text of "10 FOUR: Between the Tweny / .

    Home > Bookstores > TBCL The Book Collector's Library > A Poetry Beat. A Poetry Beat from TBCL The Book Collector's Library New Arrivals. GASOLINE AND THE VESTAL LADY by Corso, Gregory Seller TBCL The Book Collector's Library Edition First Edition second printing ISBN Canadian Poems, (edited by Louis Dudek and Irving Layton). Toronto: Contact Press, Raymond Souster, Selected Poems. Toronto: Contact Press, Delta: A magazine of poetry and criticism. (). Montreal: Paris of America (edited by Michel Regnier & Louis Dudek). Toronto: Ryerson Press; Montreal: Editions du Jour, Born: February 6, Montreal, Quebec.


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Get this from a library. Canadian poems, [Irving Layton; Louis Dudek;]. Canadian Poems - (first printing) Paperback – January 1, by Irving & Louis Dudek (eds.) Layton (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: Irving & Louis Dudek (eds.) Layton.

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Edition 2nd ed. rev. Extent p. Note Roy St. George Stubbs Collection, Rare Book Room copy; signed and autographed by Irving Layton. System control number (CaMWU)u Books & Chapbooks. The Collected Poems of F. o: McClelland and Stewart, The Dance is o: McClelland and Stewart,   While its main thrust was in publishing the new work of individual poets, it produced a milestone anthology, Canadian Poemsco-edited by Dudek and Layton inand an avant-garde manifesto of young poets Canadian poems as New Wave Canada: The New Explosion in Canadian Poetry ().

Some of the recent poetry anthologies include Louis Dudek a n d Irving Layton, Canadian Poems2nd edn., Contact Press, Toronto, ; Ralph Gustafson, The Penguin Book of Canadian Verse, Harmondsworth, Toronto and New York, ; and A.

• Louis Dudek and Irving Layton, eds. Canadian Poems Toronto: Contact Press, 2nd ed.[3] pp. Card covers. Signed by Dudek on the title page and inscribed by Layton on the front free endpaper. Louis Dudek was born in Montreal on February 6, He attained a BA from McGill, completed his PhD at Columbia University in New York, and subsequently took a teaching position at McGill.

With Raymond Souster and Irving Layton, Dudek founded Contact Press, which was a major poetry publisher in the fifties and sixties in Montreal. Even a hasty perusal of Dr. W.E. Matters' Check List reveals the vast quantity of poetry published in Canada during the last half of the nineteenth century.

This thesis is an attempt to explore and evaluate a crosscut of this poetry over a period of fifteen years,and to establish the qualitative values in such a quantitative output. It is axiomatic that where there is movement Author: Kathleen Ellen Dalton.

Louis Dudek, OC (February 6, – Ma ) was a Canadian poet, academic, and publisher known for his role in defining Modernism in poetry, and for his literary criticism. He was the author of over two dozen books. "As a critic, teacher and theoretician, Dudek influenced the teaching of Canadian poetry in most schools and universities" in Canada."Children: Gregory Dudek.

Dudek’s influence was vast and his accomplishments breathtaking – from revolutionizing this country’s small press movement (First Statement, Contact Press, CIV/n, Delta and Delta Canada) and editing such ground-breaking anthologies as Canadian Poems: (with Irving Layton), Poetry of Our Time and The Making of Modern Poetry in.

co-edit Canadian Poems They are no longer on speaking terms, as Montrealers well know; every few months a salvo of letters from Layton and his supporters, and from Dudek and his supporters, comes into print by way of the letters-to-the-editor column in the Montreal Star, and the Montreal Gazette.

Louis Dudek, OC (February 6, – Ma ) was a Canadian poet, academic, and publisher known for his role in defining Modernism in poetry, and for his literary criticism.

He was the author of over two dozen books. "As a critic, teacher and theoretician, Dudek influenced the teaching of Canadian poetry in most schools and universities" in Canada.".

Layton was also the editor of a number of anthologies, including Canadian poems: () with Louis Dudek; Pa-nic: a selection of contemporary Canadian poems (); and Love where the nights are long (). While its main thrust was in publishing the new work of individual poets, Contact also produced a milestone anthology, Canadian Poemsco-edited by Dudek and Layton inand an avant-garde manifesto of young poets published as New Wave Canada: The New Explosion in Canadian Poetry ().

Some of the writers who were published. Louis Dudek, OC (February 6, – Ma ) was a Canadian poet, academic, and publisher known for his role in defining Modernism in poetry, and for his literary criticism.

He was the author of over two dozen books. "As a critic, teacher and theoretician, Dudek influenced the teaching of Canadian poetry in most schools and universities" in Canada."Born: February 6,Montreal, Quebec.

by George J. Dance Contact Press was a Canadian book publishing company of the midth century. It was founded in as a publishing co-operative by Louis Dudek, Irving Layton, and Raymond Souster, as a publishing outlet for Canadian poetry, and continued in existence untilpublishing writers from F.R.

Scott to Margaret Atwood and George BoweringCountry of origin: Canada. Follow these links for explanations of the aim & purpose of this catalog, its condition of use, the dates, the general abbreviations, the language abbreviations, the nationality abbreviations & the electronic library codes used, and for advice on buying or borrowing & on selling or valuing old books.

More information on many of these authors, and on other books of theirs, is contained .CANADIAN POEMS. Signed. Toronto: Contact Press, [, First Edition. Soft cover. Signed by Author. Dudek, Louis. Layton, Irving.Beginning before subsidies and government aid to Canadian book publishing had become a mainstay of such activity, Contact was a self-financed act of faith on the part of its its main thrust was in publishing the new work of individual poets, it produced a milestone anthology, Canadian Poemsco-edited by Dudek and.