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The trust, founded by Toronto benefactor Scott Griffin, is launching a bilingual poetry recitation contest in high schools, with the winning student to receive $5,000 at the culmination of the.

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Last year Nobel laureate Derek Walcott pulled out of the election for Oxford professor of poetry; now the only woman standing in this year’s contest, poet Paula Claire, has withdrawn in protest over.

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