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Echoes in Silence

Echoes in Silence

In his first collection of poetry, this well-known editor, historian, and critic takes memory as his overarching subject. Echoes in Silence explores Keith's memories of England, of his wartime childhood, or words, language, and God, and of Proust, the quintessential spokesman of memory.
W.J. Keith was born in 1934 and taught at McMaster and the University of Toronto. A Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, he is a widely published author on English literature.

96 pages
Pub date: January 1, 1992