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Anne Marriott (1913 – 1997)
|Nationality: Canadian||Periods: Canadian: 20th Century|
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- Anne Marriott: Frontier Poet
- “Marriott’s poetry since The Wind Our Enemy and culminating in The Circular Coast (1969-1979), we hope to show, has tended to be essentially Iyrical with narrative elements. It has been through a unique fusion of lyric and narrative that she has found her best poetic voice. The brevity of the lyric form has made it possible for her to undertake a close examination of language, the result of which has been that her poems tend to be situated in a metaphorical landscape, one characterized by the west coast as border, as frontier. This amounts to a major shift in emphasis.”
- Contains: Criticism
- Author: Andrew Stubbs and Jeanette Seim
- From: Canadian Poetry vol. 15
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