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A biography of novelist, memoirist and poet John Glassco (1909-1981), described by the author as "the profligate [Montreal] youth chronicling the escapades of the lost generation [in Paris] and the reclusive poet wrestling with death and consciousness in the Eastern Townships, the mischievous master of erotica and the elder statesman of Canadian letters."
Canadian Literature : A Quarterly of Criticism and Review
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Murdoch, Charles. “Essential Glassco.” Canadian Literature : A Quarterly of Criticism and Review No. 65 (Summer 1975): 28–41. https://canlit.ca/full-issue/?issue=65.
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