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Parliamentary Poet Laureate site description for Parliamentary Poet Laureate
Meet the Parliamentary poet laureate under the "Current" tab and learn about those that held the position before him/her. You will also find poems to read.

Canadian Encyclopedia: Literature in English site description for Canadian Encyclopedia: Literature in English
This is a detailed description of Canadian English-language literature and what makes its unique: its forms, motifs and patterns.

CBC: Alice Munro is 1st Canadian woman to win Nobel literature prize site description for CBC: Alice Munro is 1st Canadian woman to win Nobel literature prize
"Alice Munro wins the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature, becoming the first Canadian woman to take the award since its launch in 1901. Munro, 82, only the 13th woman given the award, was lauded by the Swedish Academy during the Nobel announcement in Stockholm as the "master of the contemporary short story."...

Canadian Poetry site description for Canadian Poetry
From the University of Western Ontario, this is an extensive archive of Canadian writing, including: a collection of Canadian poetry articles, early Canadian long poems, early writing in Canada and poems that appeared in 18th and 19th Century Canadian newspapers.

Tales from the Vault: Canadian Pulp Fiction 1940-1952 site description for Tales from the Vault: Canadian Pulp Fiction 1940-1952
In this exhibit you will be able to examine a diverse presentation of covers, selected advertisements and text, as well as a gallery of covers of particular interest to fans of pulp art. An additional feature is the presence of six full-length issues from the LAC collection that reflect a variety of...

Studies in Canadian Literature site description for Studies in Canadian Literature
Studies in Canadian Literature "is a biannual, bilingual journal devoted to the study of English and French Canadian literature." Review the "Current" and "Archive" tabs to read some of the articles.

HERSTORY: An Exhibition--Writers site description for HERSTORY: An Exhibition--Writers
This section of the HERSTORY site, a past project from the University of Saskatchewan, provides a "sample of the historical and contemporary riches available to us in the writing of Canadian women." (site)
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