Canadian Poetry
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No. 13, Fall/Winter, 1983


In Memorabilia Mortis

JOHN GLASSCO
(1909-1981)

For whom all winds are quiet as the sun,
All waters as the shore.

PREFACE
Preface: John Glassco
by D.M.R. Bentley
STUDIES 
John Glassco: the Canadian Wordsworth
by John Burnett
Troubled Joy: Style and Syntax in Glassco's Poetry
by Ed Jewinski
John Glassco's Squire Hardman: a Poem and its Contexts
by Michael Darling
Compass of the Catoptric Past: John Glassco Memoirs of Montparnasse
by Stephen Scobie
Memoirs of Montparnasse: "a Reflection of Myself"
by Thomas E. Tausky
DOCUMENTS  
John Glassco
by Ralph Gustafson
Sylvia Bayer and the Search for Rubber
by Fraser Sutherland
REVIEWS
A Remarkable Pratt Farrago
by E.J. Devereux
An Unsorted Collection on Atwood
by Leon Surette
Northern Review Re-viewed
by Don Precosky
 

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