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E. J. Pratt

AKA Edwin John Pratt

Born: 4-Feb-1883
Birthplace: Western Bay, Newfoundland, Canada
Died: 26-Apr-1964
Location of death: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Religion: Methodist
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Poet

Nationality: Canada
Executive summary: Newfoundland Verse

Father: John Pratt
Mother: Fanny Knight
Wife: Viola Whitney (m. 1919, one daughter)
Daughter: Mildred Claire

    University: BA Philosophy, Victoria College, University of Toronto (1907-11)
    Theological: (degree 1916)
    Professor: English, Victoria College, University of Toronto (1919-53)

    Royal Society of Canada 1930
    Lorne Pierce Medal 1940

Author of books:
Studies in Pauline Eschatology (1917, philosophy)
Rachel (1917, poetry, privately printed)
Newfoundland Verse (1923, poetry)
The Witches' Brew (1925, poetry)
The Titans: Two Poems (1926, poetry)
The Roosevelt and the Antinoe (1930, poetry)
Verses of the Sea (1930, poetry)
Many Moods (1932, poetry)
The Titanic (1935, poetry)
The Fable of the Goats and Other Poems (1937, poetry)
Brébeuf and His Brethren (1940, poetry)
Dunkirk (1941, poetry)
Still Life and Other Verse (1943, poetry)
Collected Poems (1944, poetry)
They Are Returning (1945, poetry)
Behind the Log (1947, poetry)
Ten Selected Poems (1947, poetry)
Towards the Last Spike (1952, poetry)
The Collected Poems of E. J. Pratt (1958, poetry)
Heroic Tales in Verse (1977, poetry)


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