Mary Di Michele: Essays on Her Works
Carefully examining the work of Mary di Michele, this collection of essays presents an in-depth analysis of one of the founders of Italian Canadian literature. Through poetry that explores humanity with frankness and sensitivity, di Michele became a dominant voice in Canadian literature, choosing to chronicle the experiences of ethnic minority women with her own brand of sharp imagery and memorable diction. Various contributors, including Nathalie Cooke, Lisa Bonato, Ian Williams, and Richard Harrison, analyze the full range of her work, paying special attention to Luminous Emergencies and Debriefing the Rose.
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