William Henry Drummond's True 'Canayen': Dialect Poetry and the Politics of Canadian Imperialism

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Title
William Henry Drummond's True 'Canayen': Dialect Poetry and the Politics of Canadian Imperialism
Abstract
Irish-born Montreal poet William Henry Drummond (1854-1907) was the author of such popular books of poetry as The Habitant, published in 1897. The author situates Drummond's poetry within the context of the Canadian imperialist movement of the turn of the twentieth century.
Publication
Essays on Canadian Writing
Volume
No. 79
Pages
103-131
Date
2003
Language
en
Citation
Pollock, Grace. “William Henry Drummond’s True ‘Canayen’: Dialect Poetry and the Politics of Canadian Imperialism.” Essays on Canadian Writing No. 79 (2003): 103–131.
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