Susan McCaslin's "The Call" Poem Review by Top Papers

Susan McCaslin's "The Call"
A review and discussion on Susan McCaslin's poem, "The Call".
# 133718 | 1,000 words | 3 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Literature (Poetry) , Literature (Canadian)


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The paper relates that poet Susan McCaslin pens works closely connected to the Canadian landscape and culture, particularly areas in British Columbia. The paper further relates that she is a poet and literary scholar who completed her education in Vancouver, BC, and then went on to move to Fort Langley, BC, who also identifies with early Vancouver and its pioneering history. The paper discusses how Susan McCaslin's "The Call" highlights the poet's tendency towards drawing on mystical traditions embedded in culture and religion, and the author's view of poetry as a form of music derived from silence ("Poet Susan McCaslin). The paper mentions that the poem is part of McCaslin's "Flying Wounded" collection, a series of poems dealing with the topic of mental illness and its complications.

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"Poet Susan McCaslin pens works closely connected to the Canadian landscape and culture, particularly areas in British Columbia. A poet and literary scholar who completed her education in Vancouver, BC, and then went on to move to Fort Langley, BC, Mc Caslin also identifies with early Vancouver and its pioneering history (Who's Who: Susan McCaslin). Susan McCaslin's "The Call" highlights the poet's tendency towards drawing on mystical traditions embedded in culture and religion, and the author's view of..."

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Susan McCaslin's "The Call" (2007, December 01) Retrieved September 19, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/poem-review/susan-mccaslin-the-call-133718/

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