The Little Presses That Did: A History of First Statement Press, Contact Press and Delta Canada, and An Assessment of the Contribution to the Rise and Development of Modernist Poetry in Canada During the Middle Part of the Twentieth Century

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The Little Presses That Did: A History of First Statement Press, Contact Press and Delta Canada, and An Assessment of the Contribution to the Rise and Development of Modernist Poetry in Canada During the Middle Part of the Twentieth Century
Abstract
A study of three Montreal-based little presses and their impact on Canadian poetry during the mid-twentieth century. First Statement Press (1945-1951) was founded by John Sutherland, Louis Dudek and Irving Layton; Contact Press (1952-1967) was founded by Raymond Souster, Louis Dudek, Irving Layton and Peter Miller; and Delta Canada (1957-1966) was founded by Michael Gnarowski, Louis Dudek and Glen Siebrasse.
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PhD dissertation
University
Université de Montréal
Place
Montréal
Date
2002
Language
en
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Tracey, Collett. “The Little Presses That Did: A History of First Statement Press, Contact Press and Delta Canada, and An Assessment of the Contribution to the Rise and Development of Modernist Poetry in Canada During the Middle Part of the Twentieth Century.” PhD dissertation, Université de Montréal, 2002. http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk4/etd/NQ72312.PDF.
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