From 1957 she attended Victoria College
, University of Toronto
. Canadian publishing and the arts in Canada, broadly considered, had not yet recovered from the second world war. There were no cheap reprints of...
Sara Jeannette Duncan
Canadian reviewers were cool about the book. It provoked the Globe, for example, to write as if its entire readership were male: [e]ven when our sisters and wives make a conscious effort to compass...
, however, insisted that KR
does not overestimate the need to establish Blake's tradition,
Contemporary Authors: New Revision Series. Gale Research.
and agreed with her on the importance of recovering the sources of Blake's special symbolic language to...
In her later years, EW
became more critical in her letters regarding social and political issues. She increasingly valorized individuals like Mazo de La Roche
(for being a self-taught writer), as well as Arthur Erickson