Crowbush and other poems
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Crowbush and other poems by Frank Ledwell

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Published by Ragweed Press in Charlottetown, P.E.I .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

StatementFrank J. Ledwell.
The Physical Object
Pagination86 p. ;
Number of Pages86
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23757348M

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  A popular storyteller, Frank Ledwell is the author of several volumes of prose and poetry, including Island Sketchbook, Dip & Veer: Reflections on the Art of Alex Colville, Crowbush & Other Poems, and The North Shore of Home.   Whylah Falls is a book of poetry but it is a mixed-genre book; it uses traditional narrative poems, prose poems, sermons, dramatic monologues, theatrical scenes, newspaper-style articles, letters, and photography. This collection is often referred to as a novel told through poetry, but I think a better description is a cycle of stories told.   In the earlier poems Bowering experiments with word usage, punctuation, rhythm, and the actual concrete form of the poem. One of his previous volumes from which a few poems are included is Curious; the selections from this book are poems addressed to other prominent Canadian poets, including bp Nicol, Daphne Marlatt, and James Reaney. This. Frank Ledwell has written: 'The North Shore of Home' -- subject(s): Literary collections 'Crowbush and other poems' 'Dip & Veer' Asked in Emily Dickinson Did Emily Dickinson win awards?

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Other monikers include Garden of the Gulf, Million-acre Farm, Kentucky of Canada, The Island!, and “the fairest land ‘tis possible to see” (according to Jacques Cartier in ). North Lake. He is also author of the poetry collection Crowbush and has produced a CD of poetry in (new poems and all of her first book, Poems of Rita Joe) and For the Her latest book of poetry, What Really Happened Is This: A Poetry Memoir, won a PEI Book Award. Her other books include her first book of poetry, Long Reach Home () and the. Its most recently developed property, the Rodd Crowbush Golf & Beach Resort, is the only five-star, 4 Diamond resort in Atlantic Canada. Built on the famous Crowbush Cove hole golf course, the main hotel has 49 rooms and suites, some of which look out over the links and the ocean beyond PEI's North Shore. Fri., 25 – One Book-One Island - Grace Dawson Fri., 25 – Darren Peters - Schizophrenia Society of PEI Thu., 24 – Dutch Thompson - Farming From the By-gone Days.