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Introduction 1 Lamentations In the Camp of the Philistines The Continental 'We' Modern Alexandria 2 Agents of Modernism Supplementary Adam Will Roberts and the Literary Digest Laughing It Off Palmer Cox, the Brownie Man 3 Living the Significant Life The Apostle of the Vagabonds Saint Craven of Harlem The Ascent and Fall of Stinson Jarvis Thinking New Thoughts The Making of Almon Hensley 4 The New Romantics Wolf Thompson, Wilderness Prophet Now for the Killing: Edwyn Sandys 'Three Musketeers of the Pen' A Solomon of Little Syria The Bewitchment of Charles G.D. Roberts 5 Exodus Lost Notes Selected Bibliography Acknowledgments Illustration Credits Index
Nick Mount is an assistant professor in the Department of English at the University of Toronto.
Engaging, illuminating, and enlivened by wit, When Canadian Literature Moved to New York makes a strong case for the need to take proper account of Canada's "expatriate literary communities" in Canadian literary studies. Nick Mount has skilfully shaped a wealth of original research into a compelling and highly readable narrative that makes a very significant contribution to the history and sociology of Canadian literature.' D.M.R. Bentley, Department of English, University of Western Ontario