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The Immediate Present in Canadian Literature

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Title:The Immediate Present in Canadian Literature
Brown, E. K.   
Published:   1933
Publisher:The Sewanee Review
Tags:Canada, Canadiana, criticism, essay, literature, non-fiction

The author laments about the state of Canadian Literature. He highlights the work of author Morley Callaghan, poet A. M. Klein, and literary critic Barker Fairley.

A critique of the state of Canadian literature in the 1930s. Brown's contention that it was very difficult for Canadians to make a living solely on the Canadian market would stay true for many years following. [Suggest a different description.]

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