January 2002
Selected Essays in English Literatures: British & Canadian;2002, p162
The article presents the biographies of authors Di Brandt, Dennis Cooley and Wolfgang Klooss. Brandt is the author of poetry books and non-fiction books. Cooley, a founding editor of Turnstone Press, Winnipeg, has already published 11 books of poetry. Klooss, on the other hand, is an accomplished scholar in the areas of British, Commonwealth and North American literatures from the 17th century on.


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