The Green Dimension in Canadian Poetry

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In this section, you find two files you can view / print / download (cf. footnotes [1] and [2]).

In order to do so, you need the Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have the Acrobat Reader installed on your system, you can download it for free from Adobeīs homepage (www.adobe.com).

You can left-click on the file you want to view / print. This will open the Acrobat Reader implementation, so you will be able to view the file in your browser.

In order to download the file, right-click on the link and select "save as...", "Ziel speichern unter..." or similar (depending on your browser) from the context menu. After you have saved the file to your hard disk / floppy disk, you can open it with the Acrobat Reader.

Use of Thematic Guide

In order to access the bibliography according to thematic keywords, you need to download both the "authors.pdf" file [1] as well as the "thematic.pdf" file [2].

The authors.pdf file contains a list of all poems, sorted by their authorsī last names. Each poem has been given a number. The thematic.pdf contains a table that lists keywords / categories in the left column and a list of numbers in the right column. These numbers correspond to the ones in the authors.pdf file.

If you are, for instance, looking for poems dealing with "The Prairie", you can see that poems no. 8, 52, 94 etc. employ "The Prairie" in some way. If you check in the authors.pdf file, you will find that these poems are AMABILEīs "Prairie", CAMPBELLīs "Prairie", and COLEMANīs "Prairie Winds".

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[1] http://www.uni-trier.de/platz2/greend/canada/authors.pdf (67 pages, 208 KB)
[2] http://www.uni-trier.de/platz2/greend/canada/thematic.pdf (3 pages, 18 KB)



Prof. Dr. Norbert Platz
The Green Dimension in Canadian Poetry - A Bibliographical Guide for Study and Reserach.