Archibald Lampman
Archibald Lampman
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Archibald Lampman, né à Morpeth (Ontario) le 7 novembre 1861, et décédé le 10 février 1899, est un poète canadien.

Il est considéré comme l'un des plus talentueux poètes de langue anglaise du Canada du XIXe siècle. Sa poésie aborde la vie rurale au Canada et les merveilles de la nature ; son talent à rendre les aspects de la vie traditionnelle est l'un de ses plus grands triomphes en tant que poète.

On a donné son nom à un prix littéraire canadien récompensant chaque année la meilleure œuvre poétique d'un auteur vivant dans la région de capitale nationale.

Anecdotes

La ville de Lampman, petite communauté d'environ 730 personnes située près de la ville d'Estevan dans la province de la Saskatchewan, a reçu son nom en l'honneur d'Archibald Lampman.

Bibliographie

  • (en) Among the Millett, and Other Poems, Durie, 1888, recueil de poèmes
  • (en) Lyrics of Earth, Copeland & Day, 1895, recueil de poèmes
  • (en) Alcyone, Ogilvy, 1899, recueil de poèmes


Choix de poèmes d'Archibald Lampman, rassemblés par Duncan Campbell Scott (dir.) :

  • (en) The Poems of Archibald Lampman, Morang, 1900, recueil de poèmes
  • (en) Lyrics of Earth : Sonnets and Ballads, Musson, 1925, recueil de poèmes
  • (en) Selected Poems of Archibald Lampman, Ryerson, 1947, recueil de poèmes


Autres compilations de ses poèmes :

  • (en) At the Long Sault and Other New Poems, Ryerson, 1943, recueil de poèmes, Duncan Campbell Scott and E.K. Brown (dir.)
  • (en) Lampman’s Kate : Late Love Poems of Archibald Lampman, Borealis, 1975, recueil de poèmes, Margaret Coulby Whitridge (dir.)
  • (en) Selected Prose of Archibald Lampman, Tecumseh, 1975, recueil de poèmes, Barrie Davies (dir.)
  • (en) Lampman’s Sonnets : The Complete Sonnets of Archibald Lampman, Borealis, 1976, recueil de poèmes, Margaret Coulby Whitridge (dir.)
  • (en) Selected Poetry of Archibald Lampman, Tecumseh, 1990, recueil de poèmes, Michael Gnarowski (dir.)


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