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This essay examines the early life writing and poetry of Miriam Waddington with the goal of contributing to a reevaluation of second wave Canadian modernism. More specifically, it uses journals, unpublished poems, and Waddington's Master's thesis (in Social Work) as a means of contextualizing the "inner underground life" of a writer who is both Jewish and female. In doing so, this essay has two purposes: the first is to offer an account of the material relevant to this study found in the earlydoi:10.25071/1916-0925.19979 fatcat:4oh5kb5a7jhn5krpkvmp5a2avm