F. R. Scott

Type of resource
Author/collaborator
Title
F. R. Scott
Abstract
Francis Reginald Scott (1899-1985), poet, lawyer, university teacher, and social activist, was an instigator of the modernist movement in Canadian literature, beginning in his student days at Montreal's McGill University in the 1920s.
Book Title
Ten Canadian Poets: A Group of Biographical and Critical Essays
Place
Toronto, ON
Publisher
Ryerson Press
Date
1958
Pages
223-253
Language
it
Citation
Pacey, Desmond. “F. R. Scott.” In Ten Canadian Poets: A Group of Biographical and Critical Essays, 223–253. Toronto, ON: Ryerson Press, 1958.
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