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In this way too, Margolin breaks with the convention that women’s poetry is supposed to be a tender, intimate discourse. He would have agreed with Czeslaw Milosz that as a poet you should try to be sure that it is good spirits, not evil ones, who possess you when you are carried away in your writing. Ivorst enemy a fellow because Buchanan was not. In the late 1950�s she was co-owner and assistant editor of weekly newspaper The Stoney Creek News, with Jean Craig and another woman. She was the 1st woman in Quebec to publish a volume of poetry, Fleurs sauvages in 1910.

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Publisher: ALL CAPS PUBLISHING (April 10, 2012)

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