The Confederation Group
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Representative Poetry Online
Notes on Campbell’s life and works, as well as an index to selected poetry, from the University of Toronto.
Victoria University Library: Bliss Carman Collection
Biographical information, as well as an extensive list of publications and links to Carman e-texts.
National Library of Canada: Celebrating Women’s Achievements
Biography and list of selected works from the National Library of Canada’s collection.
Isabella Valancy Crawford: Representative Poetry Online
A biography and selected poetry from, once again, the University of Toronto.
S. Frances Harrison: A Celebration of Women Writers
From the “Celebration of Women Writers” project at the University of Pennsylvania, this page includes a biographical sketch and text of selected Harrison poems. This material is excerpted from a 1916 text, edited by John Garvin.
Voices from the Gaps: Emily Pauline Johnson
The University of Minnesota project, “Voices from the Gaps: Women Writers of Color,” contains a comprehensive subsection on Johnson: biographical information, a bibliography, and related links.
Archibald Lampman: Representative Poetry Online
Biography and poetry from the University of Toronto.
National Library of Canada: Canadian Poetry Archive – Archibald Lampman
Biography, pictures, and list of selected works from the National Library’s Poetry Archive.
National Library of Canada: Canadian Poetry Archive – Charles G.D. Roberts
As above, the National Library of Canada provides detailed biographies and bibliographies of selected historical poets.
Charles G.D. Roberts: Representative Poetry Online
The life and works of Charles G.D. Roberts, compiled by the University of Toronto.
National Library of Canada: Canadian Poetry Archive – Duncan Campbell Scott
Biographical information, a listing of selected works, and the full text of Scott’s Labor and the Angel are notable features of the National Library’s web site.
Frederick George Scott: Representative Poetry Online
Poetry and biographical details from the University of Toronto’s Representative Poetry Online.