Listed Alphabetically by Name of Author
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EDMONDS, Lisa Mae:
"The River"
IN: Canadian Chamber of Contemporary Poetry, 21.
Comment: Identification with he river.
ELLENBOGEN, George (b. 1934):
"Unter der Linde"
IN: Harris, 90.
Comment: Romantic setting. This kind of thing we frequently come across.
EVERSON, Ronald (b. 1903):
"Injured Maple"
IN: Atwood, 104.
Comment: Poem with an ecological theme. Persona reflecting on injured maple. Humans do wrong to trees and hurt them. This poem can be discussed in connection with ecological issues and, more specifically, environmental ethics.
"Pauper Woodland"
IN: Atwood, 105.
Comment: Difficult poem. Environmental concern? Has a First-Nation persona in it.