W. J. Keith

LRC Contributor

W.J. Keith is a professor emeritus of English at the University of Toronto. His publications include Canadian Literature in English (1985, 2006) and Canadian Odyssey: A Reading of Hugh Hood’s “The New Age/Le nouveau siècle” (2002).

Articles by W. J. Keith

  • Poets of the Country (October 2004)
    A review of The Confederation Group of Canadian Poets, 1880–1897, by D.M.R. Bentley
  • Mythological Meltdown (April 2005)
    A review of Biblical and Classical Myths: The Mythological Framework of Western Culture, by Northrop Frye and Jay Macpherson
  • A Slippery Story (September 2005)
    A review of David Stouck’s As for Sinclair Ross
  • Who Wrote The Double Hook? (December 2005)
    A review of Always Someone to Kill the Doves: A Life of Sheila Watson, by F.T. Flahiff
  • Autobiographies of the Imagination (May 2008)
    A review of The Filled Pen: Selected Non-Fiction, by P.K. Page, and A Dropped Glove in Regent Street: An Autobiography by Other Means, by Don Coles
  • Sympathetic, Generous … and Tough (January–February 2008)
    A review of Elaine Kalman Naves’ Robert Weaver: Godfather of Canadian Literature
  • A Saskatchewan Childhood (October 2006)
    A review of Rudy Wiebe’s Of This Earth: A Mennonite Boyhood in the Boreal Forest
  • Literature as Redemption (September 2003)
    A review of Professing English: A Life of Roy Daniells, by Sandra Djwa