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Steveston Recollected: A Japanese-Canadian HistoryAuthor: Daphne Marlatt. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Steveston recollected. Victoria, B.C.: [Provincial Archives of British Columbia], Ronsdale Press offers a new edition of Steveston, this much loved work by two of Canada’s finest poets and this edition, Daphne Marlatt has written a new poem, never before published, to offer a postscript from on the original undertaking.
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Daphne Marlatt’s most popular book is Mad Shadows. Steveston Recollected: A Japanese-Canadian History by. Daphne Marlatt. really liked it avg rating — 3. `All For Poor Jack' places the reader in the New World at a point in history when knowledge of its whereabouts was kept secret, before the natives were named, Red Indians, and long before the Pilgrim Fathers were born.
It is a harsh world, a different world and yet, as the story unfolds we begin to see that, in many respects, it is an Reviews: Book store thrives in historical Steveston Gord Kurenoff, Vancouver Sun Angela and Ron Hill own Village Books and Coffee House in Steveston.
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Book Reviews: Gabriel Dumont by George Woodcock. 8 Emily Carr, by Rosemary Neering. 9 Steveston Recollected, ed. by Daphne Marlatt “My Dear RogersH by Robert Watt 12 Edouard Gaston D.
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Steveston Recollected, a Japanese Canadian History photo-text, oral history, Victoria: Provincial Archives of British Columbia, This book is an attempt to understand the role of the Japanese Canadians in the Steveston community through the words and thoughts of the Japanese Canadians themselves.
Marlatt, Daphne (ed). Steveston Recollected. A Japanese-Canadian History. Photo available. [Victoria]. Self published. Octavo. Soft cover. Oral history Steveston Recollected: A Japanese-Canadian History (Provincial Archives, ) ed. with Maya Koizumi, trans., photos by Robert Minden and Rex Weyler.
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Daphne Marlatt’s most widely influential work may be Vancouver Poems. Though other poets have written tributes to Vancouver, such as George Bowering’s George, Vancouver () and George Stanley’s Vancouver: A Poem (), Marlatt’s cycle of poems is distinctive for its pure lyricism and the way it evokes the Indigenous origins of the region as well as the complex.