Louis Dudek's contribution to Canadian literature has been enormous. Wynne Francis has called him Canada's first "man of letters," in the tradition of Arnold and Pound. Infinite Worlds is a major selection of Dudek's work edited by poet and teacher Robin Blaser. Selections have been drawn from fifteen books and one journal spanning forty-two years. "Dudek is Canada's most important; that is to say, consequential modern voice." Robin Blaser, from the IntroductionSignal
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