.Abstract In Canadian Literature, the adjective Green is connected to both natural and metaphorical renewal, as brilliantly evoked by John Newolve in his long poem The Green Plain. It is the case of Contemporary poetry, from John Newlove’s to Al Purdy’s, from Joe Rosenblatt’s to Margaret Atwood’s compositions, not to mention the First Nation’s poetical expressions.

The Myth of Canada as a New Eden in Conteporary Writing / Carla, Comellini. - STAMPA. - V. 31 Canadian Studies:(2016), pp. 153-161.

The Myth of Canada as a New Eden in Conteporary Writing

COMELLINI, CARLA
2016

Abstract

.Abstract In Canadian Literature, the adjective Green is connected to both natural and metaphorical renewal, as brilliantly evoked by John Newolve in his long poem The Green Plain. It is the case of Contemporary poetry, from John Newlove’s to Al Purdy’s, from Joe Rosenblatt’s to Margaret Atwood’s compositions, not to mention the First Nation’s poetical expressions.
2016
Green Canada
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161
The Myth of Canada as a New Eden in Conteporary Writing / Carla, Comellini. - STAMPA. - V. 31 Canadian Studies:(2016), pp. 153-161.
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