Camber

Camber

Selected Poems, 1983-2000

Book - 2004
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The poetry of Don McKay is renowned for its piquant wit, lyric emotion, and pitch-perfect vernacular music. His work has received national acclaim and the recognition of many awards, including the Governor General's Award for Poetry, which he has won twice, and, most recently, from the prestigious and internationally known Griffin Poetry Prize, for which his most recent book was a finalist.

Camber is the lilt in the physics of flight, the anti-gravitational alchemy of both wings and poetry. It is also at the heart of the poetry of Don McKay. Spanning three decades, and drawing on all of McKay's major collections, this selection distills the essence of his craft and provides an overview of, and an ideal introduction to, the work to date of one of Canada's most celebrated poets.
Publisher: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, c2004
ISBN: 9780771057656
0771057652
Branch Call Number: 819.154 McKay
Characteristics: 211 p

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