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P.K. Page

(b. 1916)

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A. M. Klein

Overview page. Subjects: Literature.

(1909–74),

Canadian poet, born in the Ukraine and taken to Montreal in 1910, educated at McGill University and the Université de Montreal. Klein practised at the Bar from 1933...

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Ethel Wilson

Overview page. Subjects: Literary Studies (20th Century onwards).

(1888–1980),

Canadian novelist, born in South Africa, brought to Vancouver as an orphan in 1898. Wilson began to publish fiction only in the 1930s, when her stories first appeared...

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F.R. Scott

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(1899–1985),

Canadian poet, born in Quebec, educated at Bishop's College, Lennoxville, Quebec, and at Magdalen College, Oxford. Scott followed a distinguished dual career as...

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House of Anansi

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Toronto publishing house. Launched in 1967 by Dave Godfrey and Dennis Lee, this ‘subversive underground publisher’—widely recognized for nurturing new writers—is committed to politics,...

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Judith Cape

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Pseudonym of P. K. Page.

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L. M. Montgomery

Overview page. Subjects: Literature.

(1874–1942)

Canadian writer remembered for her series beginning with Anne of Green Gables (1908), set on Prince Edward Island, where she was born—in Clifton, now New London. Emily,...

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Lorne Pierce

Overview page. Subjects: Literature — History of the Americas.

(1890–1961).

Born in Delta, Ontario, he was educated at Queen's University, Victoria University (University of Toronto), the Union Theological Seminary of New York, New York...

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Malahat Review

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(1967– ).

Conceived in 1965 by Robin Skelton and John Peter (1921 – 83) as an international quarterly of life and letters, the first issue—published under the auspices of the...

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Northern Review

Overview page. Subjects: Literature.

(1945–56).

The result of a merger between two Montreal literary magazines, Preview and First Statement, it was edited by John Sutherland (managing editor), F. R. Scott, A. M....

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Outposts

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This British literary magazine founded by Howard Sergeant in 1944 to promote the work of younger poets (notably Muriel Spark) was the first foreign poetry journal to devote an entire ...

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