Through archival and private sources, many previously untapped,
Richard Lemm connects Acorn's self-perpetuated image as a
working-class rebel, and his peculiar brand of communism, to his
employment history and experience of war. The poet's troubled
relationships with family members, his wife - writer Gwendolyn
MacEwan - lovers, other writers and friends, and his chronic
ill-health are all explored as sources of both personal pain and
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