Canadian Poetry Press
Volume No. 63 Fall/Winter 2008
13th Jul 2015Posted in: Canadian Poetry Press, Volumes 0
Volume No. 63 Fall/Winter 2008

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Title Page
Copyright, Acknowledgements
Table of Contents


Rummagings, 7: “The Empty Expanse of Negation”: Nathan Phillips Square in Dennis Lee’s Civil Elegies
by D.M.R. Bentley
**Note: The previous numbers of “Rummagings” appear in Canadian Poetry 51, 53, 54, 56, 58, and 61.

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West Coast Nocturnes: Earle Birney’s David and Other Poems
by Tracey Ware

Witness to the Body Count: Planetary Ethics in Dionne Brand’s Inventory
by Cheryl Lousley

Drinking with Sir. John A.: Stephen Cain’s New History of Canada
by Owen Percy

Ambivalent Inheritance and Colonial Desire in Isabella Valancy Crawford’s Malcolm’s Katie
by Mark Libin

The “Highminded Pole” of Standish O’Grady’s Emigrant: Nils von Shoultz and the Literary Construction of a Tragic Rebel
by Michele Holmgren


Out of the Shade
by Zailig Pollock

Ms. Pufrock Gets Engaged
by Nick Mount

Great Pasticheurs
by Robert G. May


National Al Purdy Day

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