4 edition of When Canadian literature moved to New York found in the catalog.
When Canadian literature moved to New York
Nicholas J. Mount
Includes bibliographical references (p. -202) and index.
|Series||Studies in book and print culture|
|LC Classifications||PR9189.5 .M68 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 217 p. :|
|Number of Pages||217|
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So argues Nick Mount in When Canadian Literature Moved to New York. The last decades of the nineteenth century saw an extraordinary exodus from English Canada, draining the country of half its writers and all but a few of its contemporary and future literary celebrities.
Motivated by powerful obstacles to a domestic literature, most of these › Books › Literature & Fiction › History & Criticism. When Canadian Literature Moved to New York is the story of these expatriate writers: who they were, why they left, what they achieved, and how they changed Canadian literary history.
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It began not in the backwoods of Ontario or the salt flats of New Brunswick, but in the caf s, publishing offices, and boarding houses of late nineteenth-century New York, where writing developed as a profession and where the groundwork for the Canadian canon was laid.
So argues Nick Mount in When Canadian Literature Moved to New York. The last Canadian literature was born in New York City. It began not in the backwoods of Ontario or the salt flats of New Brunswick, but in the cafés, publishing offices, and boarding houses of late nineteenth-century New York, where writing developed as a profession and where the groundwork for the Canadian canon was :// What makes [Palmer] Cox so interesting, at least to Nick Mount in his new study When Canadian Literature Moved to New York (University of Toronto Press), is that he was part of a literary expatriation of Canadian writers to the United States.
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