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by Joseph Howe

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The Composition and Text of Joseph Howe’s Acadia
“Among the long poems, variously narrative, meditative, and descriptive, in which nineteenth-century Canadian poets examined the settlement and progress of the British North American colonies, Howe’s Acadia seems at first glance to be an anomaly.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: M.G. Parks
From: Canadian Poetry vol. 8
A Reading of Joseph Howe’s Acadia
“This essay proposes that if read carefully Acadia belies the view that Howe saw Maritime history as a cause for celebration; rather, he considered much of this history unworthy of esteem and thought it important to convince his readers of the soundness of his opinion.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: S. G. Zenchuk
From: Canadian Poetry vol. 9

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