Abstract and Keywords
This article examines the history of modernism in English Canada. It discusses the role of immigration in modernism, and suggests that the patterns of migration from colony to imperial metropolis are reversed and rerouted in the processing of modernism's arrivals in Canada and its connections to expatriate Canadians in Europe and the USA. The article describes the works of some of the notable immigrant modernists in English Canada.
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