Morning Watch is a book of voyages of various sortswith John and Elizabeth Simcoe during their troubled stay in the Canadas, to Brecht's society [in a brilliant translation of some of his works], and to the poet's own realms of family and the Ontario countryside. What the critics said about Ashbourn: "This establishes him as one of the most interesting poets writing in Canada." University of Windsor Review "What is so forceful about these poems is their believability." Canadian LiteraturePoetry 1998
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