Hockey, Poetry and Myths Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

Hockey, Poetry and Myths
A review and analysis of John Lee's poems in "The Hockey Player Sonnets: Overtime Edition".
# 90716 | 1,125 words | 0 sources | 2006 | US

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This paper presents a positive review of John Lee's poems in "The Hockey Player Sonnets: Overtime Edition", describing them as a rich reflection of myths that will be familiar to many Canadians. As such, they would make a pleasant and even nostalgic read for many people. The writer of the paper explains that, although the poems don't have the same effect on her as they would on someone who grew up with the particular heritage discussed by the poems, they do contribute to her understanding of the myths surrounding the game of hockey in Canada. The paper also notes that the poems offer a variety of perspectives on the myths and evoke a number of clear pictures of a particular lifestyle.

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