The Gay]Grey Moose is a collection of essays presenting a comprehensive view of English poetry in Canada from the early colonial period to the Post-Modern era. From a wide range of poets, this book provides fresh contexts for viewing and discussing three centuries of English Canadian poetry. Both national and regional in its orientation, it seeks to discover the relationship between poetry and landscape in a poetic continuity that stretches from the late 17th century to the present.afrom naturea#39;s gayest wardrobes drest, With gaudy plumage, and with downy vest. (TR, 13, 28, 83, and 51-54) The region chosen by Talbot for his Settlement was the aquot;happiest country in the happiest dimeaquot; (TR, 26), but this did not mean thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Gay]grey Moose|
|Author||:||D. M. R. Bentley|
|Publisher||:||University of Ottawa Press - 1992-01-01|