Standard Name: Birney, Earle
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|Literary responses||Pauline Johnson||
Critical reception of PJ 's writing has been uneven, ranging from outright dismissals to celebrations. These responses clearly illuminate the preoccupations of critics, many of whom were primarily interested in constructing narrow versions of Canadian...
The early 1950s were a pleasurable time for EW , who enjoyed creative success in addition to the improved health of her husband. Furthermore, she now became more active in the Canadian literary scene. Since...
Although EW later claimed that during the war she stopped writing stories, she nonetheless published two during these years, for the first time in Canadian publications. On Nimpish Lake appeared in Canadian Forum in July...
The article put great strain on her friendship with Earle Birney , who was fighting to keep creative writing courses alive at the University of British Columbia . As an explanation she wrote to Birney,...
|Textual Production||Margaret Atwood||
While writer-in-residence at the English Department of the University of Alberta , MA contributed to the department's short-lived periodical called The Merry Devil of Edmonton, 1969-71. Other contributors included Bert Almon , Douglas Barbour
|Textual Production||Ethel Wilson|
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