Page — Full name Patricia Kathleen Page; also wrote under the pseudonym Judith Cape English-born Canadian poet, essayist, short story writer, nonfiction writer, and novelist.
Page's parents moved her to Red Deer, Alberta inwhen she was only 3, and later to Calgary and Winnipeg. She credited her early interest in poetry to the rhythms she unconsciously imbibed as a child. Page later moved to Saint John, New Brunswick"where she worked as a shop assistant and radio actress during the late s.
She became a founding member of Patrick Anderson 's Preview magazine in and of its successor, Northern Reviewin The novel was reprinted inalong with some of her short stories from the s, as The Sun and the Moon and Other Fictions.
Arthur Irwin, a former editor of Maclean's magazine, whom she married in In Brazil and Mexico, not hearing the rhythms of spoken English, she said, "I had a long dry spell, so I started painting and keeping a journal," published as Brazilian Journal and illustrated with her own paintings.
Irwin, is in galleries and private collections, including the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. Writing Edit Page's career can be divided into two periods: Her early poems "were inward-looking, imaginary biographies," which "rely heavily on suggestive imagery and the detailed depiction of concrete situations to express social concerns and transcendental themes Miss Page's work has a competent elegance about it that makes even the undistinguished poems still satisfying to look at.
The Worlds of P. Page", was held in at Trent University.Through sepia air the boarders come and go, impersonal as trains.
Pass silently. the craving silence swallowing her speech; click doors like shutters on her camera eye. Feb 10, · Canadian poet P.K.
Page reads the poem "Planet Earth" from the collection Planet Earth, shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry Prize. Learn more about the G. The Multiple Self in the Poetry of P.K. Page The relations between reality and language, self and mask, and subjectivity and reality all point to P.K.
Page's interest in the conditions in which selves are formed, experienced, and conceptualized. P K Page The Landlady The Landlady In ‘The Landlady ’, by Roald Dahl, the main character, Billy Weaver, fails to realise that something sinister is happening all the time around him.
With Dahl’s highly effective use of techniques such as characterisation and imagery, he gives the reader several clues that Billy is heading towards this own downfall, but does not realise this. Life. P.K. Page was born in Swanage, Dorset, England, and moved with her family to Canada in Page's parents moved her to Red Deer, Alberta in , when she was only 3, and later to Calgary and Winnipeg.
Page said her parents were creative, encouraging non-conformists who loved the arts, recited poetry and read to her. The Landlady by Margaret Atwood 16 Jul The Landlady is effectively written in free verse and is a run-on style of poetry, allowing the readers emotions and thoughts to carry to The Lady of Shalott a poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson This was followed by other short poems such as 'Portrait of a Lady '.