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The LRC and Memorable Canadian Poetry

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The LRC and Memorable Canadian Poetry

In honour of National Poetry Month, Moira MacDougall, an assistant editor from the Literary Review of Canada, asked contributors to the journal to "name and describe the most memorable Canadian poem they knew." The list is engrossing, with responses that "map the landscape of Canadian poetry." MacDougall received so many responses that the LRC will publish a part two to the list in May. You can read the list online.

The April Issue of the LRC offers several interesting "Online Originals," including a review by Peter C. Newman on "two new books on the history and the archaeology of the Hudson’s Bay Company," Keith Wilson's review of The Several Lives of Joseph Conrad and "The Prison of 'Public Space,'" an essay by Mark Kingwell.

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