Commonwealth Literature by William Walsh (auth.)

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Canadian. Born in Calgary, Alberta, 13 May 1904. A. A. D. 1936; University of California, Berkeley, 1927-30; Queen Mary College, London, 1934-35. 942-45; Major-in-Charge, Personnel Selection, Belgium and Holland, 1944-45. Married Esther Bull in 1940; one child. Instructor in English, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, 1930--34; Lecturer, later Assistant Professor of English, University of Toronto, 1936-42; Supervisor, European Foreign Language Broadcasts, Radio Canada, Montreal, 1945-46; Professor of Medieval English Literature, 1946-63, and Professor and Chairman of the Department of Creative Writing, 1963-65, University of British Columbia; Writer-inResidence, University of Toronto, 1965-67, and University of Waterloo, Ontario, 1967-68; Regents Professor in Creative Writing, University of California at Irvine, 1968.

Jamaican Humour in Dialecl. 1943. Miss Lulu Sez. 1948. Anancy Stories and Dialect Verse, with others. 1950. Laugh with Louise: A Potpourri of Jamaican Folklore, Stories, Songs, Verses. Jamaica Labrish. 1966. Reading List: Introduction by Rex NettIefold to Jamaica Labrish, 1966. 1960. BETHELL 31 Afters years of popularity Louise Bennett is now attracting the attention of the critic and scholarly researcher. This belated attention is partly in response to Bennett's formidable merits as a poet, but it also reflects the current interest in Afro-Caribbean folk arts (music, songs, dances, folktales) - not simply as sources for writers and folklorists, but more importantly as significant art forms in their own right.

The same is true of the self. By unremitting application, by the most disinterested discipline, Birney's nature has been scraped and scrubbed free of affectation, presupposition, prejudice, so that it appears in the poetry of these last years in its authentically individual, true, worn state. Buoyancy, not bounce, the product of discipline and a certain ease and confidence of character, itself the hard-won consequence of a life spent in the service of poetry and the mind, enables Birney in his poems, particularly in those of travel, to see a situation squarely with no distorting squint of preconception, without the patronage of self-indulgent pity or 36 BIRNEY defensive guiltiness.

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