George Fetherling Quote: “Poets are accepted in Canada as…”

Poets are accepted in Canada as practically nowhere else in the West because of their place in an officially supported and popularly endorsed Canadian culture. Yet, they are still bitter and argumentative, as poets elsewhere are, because they have no audience as such, only a sanctioned role in the cultural scheme of things.

George Fetherling


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Name: George Fetherling
Profession: Poet
Nationality: Canadian
Born: 1949
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