Isabella Valancy Crawford
Isabella Valancy Crawford was an Irish-born Canadian writer and poet. She was one of the first Canadians to make a living as a freelance writer."
Crawford is increasingly being viewed as Canada’s first major poet." She is the author of "Malcolm's Katie," a poem that has achieved "a central place in the canon of nineteenth-century Canadian poetry."
She was the last surviving daughter of Dr. Stephen Crawford. She was born in Dublin, Ireland on Christmas Day, 1850. The family emigrated to Canada when she was five years of age.
Much of Isabella Crawford's early life is unknown; "so little remains of the usual sources of evidence. We have... more »
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- The Canoe
- His Mother
- His Sweetheart
- His Wife and Baby
- A Battle
- Beside The Sea
- Bite Deep And Wide, O Axe, The Tree!
- A Hungry Day
- Canada To England
- The Dark Stag
- Caesar's Wife
- The Camp of Souls
- The Lily Bed
- Said the West Wind
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