Patrick Lane and His Works

Patrick Lane and His Works

Book - 1984
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Following in the footsteps of his brother, Patrick Lane wrote poetry to escape a life of labour and helped found the small, west coast press Very Stone House in the mid-sixties. This analysis of his work, written by George Woodcock, explores how his peripatetic nature influenced his work, his interest in the everyday life, and his status as an outlaw poet.

Publisher: Toronto : ECW Press, [1984].
ISBN: 9780920802946
Branch Call Number: 819.154 Lane-W
Characteristics: 53 p. : port.


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