The Place of American Poets in the Development of Irving Layton, Louis Dudek and Raymond Souster

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Author/collaborator
Title
The Place of American Poets in the Development of Irving Layton, Louis Dudek and Raymond Souster
Abstract
Montreal poets Irving Layton (1912-2006) and Louis Dudek (1918-2001) were key players in the development of modern Canadian poetry in the 1940s. They were founders of the First Statement Press (1943) which published Layton's Here and Now in 1945. That same year their "little magazine" of poetry, First Statement, united with another little magazine, Preview, to become Northern Review. In 1952 Dudek and Layton founded Contact Press with Raymond Souster.
Type
PhD dissertation
University
University of Toronto
Place
Toronto, ON
Date
1988
Language
en
Citation
Reed, Sabrina Lee. “The Place of American Poets in the Development of Irving Layton, Louis Dudek and Raymond Souster.” PhD dissertation, University of Toronto, 1988.
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