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To be fair, I’d also had a helpful introduction to thinking about mothering and poetry in the prose of Kathleen Fraser, whose essays, collected in Translating the Unspeakable: Poetry and the Innovative Necessity (Alabama, 1999), seem to have set a precedent for this collection. She moved to the Edmonton Bulletin and from there to Toronto in 1935 where she landed a job with Chatelaine Magazine. Conc. 1): Whom gifts nor wills nor force of wit / Could vanquish once with all their shows: Penelope (I.4): For what my wit cannot discharge, / My will surely supplies at large.

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