The Economy of Contemporary, Canadian Poetry: Gender in perspective?

Gisele Giandoni Wolkoff

Resumo


Este artigo assinala a principal tendência seguida na poesia contemporânea canadense escrita por mulheres, a partir da obra Survival: A Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature, de Margaret Atwood, e aponta considerações a serem revisitadas nos estudos da poesia, particularmente nos relativos àquela produzida na transculturalidade canadense de um mundo globalizado, dos anos 1970 em diante.

Résumé: Cet article signale la principale tendance suivie par la poésie canadienne contemporaine, écrite par des femmes, à partir de l’œuvre de Margaret Atwood Survival: A Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature et suggère quelques considérations à revisiter dans les études de poésie, particulièrement dans celles qui ont trait à la poésie produite dans l’atmosphère transculturelle du monde globalisé à partir de 1970.

Mots-clés: poésie canadienne; voix féminines; monde globalisé.

Abstract: This article points out to the main tendency followed in contemporary, Canadian poetry written by women, from the publication of Margaret Atwood’s work Survival: A Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature and brings up some considerations to be revisited in the studies of poetry, particularly related to that produced in the Canadian transcultural atmosphere of the global world from the 1970’s on.

Keywords: contemporary Canadian poetry; women’s poetry; transcultural poetry.


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poesia canadense contemporânea; poesia canadense de expressão feminina; poesia transcultural

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15210/interfaces.v10i1.7084

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ISSN eletrônico: 1984-5677

ISSN impresso: 1519-0994