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D. M. R. Bentley. The Confederation Group of Canadian Poets, 1880-1897. University of Toronto Press. 2004. 411pp.

D. M. R. Bentley. Mimic Fires: Accounts of Early Long Poems on Canada. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1994. 354pp.

E. K. Brown. On Canadian Poetry. Toronto: Ryerson Press. 1943. 157pp.

Beverley Daurio. Dream Elevators: Interviews with Canadian Poets. Mercury Press. 2003. 217pp.

Smaro Kamboureli. On the Edge of Genre: The Contemporary Canadian Long Poem. University of Toronto Press. 1991. 244pp.

Alexander Kizuk. A Reassessment of Early Twentieth-Century Canadian Poetry in English. Edwin Mellen Press. 2000. 357pp.

John Pengwerne Matthews. Tradition in Exile: A Comparative Study of Social Influences on the Development of Australian and Canadian Poetry in the Nineteenth Century. University of Toronto Press. 1962. 197pp.

C. D. Mazoff. Anxious Allegiances: Legitimizing Identity in the Early Canadian Long Poem. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1997. 174pp.

Desmond Pacey. Ten Canadian Poets: A Group of Biographical and Critical Essays. Toronto: Ryerson Press. 1966. 350pp.

Frank M. Tierney; Angela Robbeson (editor). Bolder Flights: Essays on the Canadian Long Poem. University of Ottawa Press. 1998. 192pp.

Brian Trehearne. Aestheticism and the Canadian Modernists: Aspects of a Poetic Influence. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1989. 370pp.

Brian Trehearne. The Montreal Forties: Modernist Poetry in Transition. University of Toronto Press. 1999. 381pp.

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