Studies in Canadian Literature

Volume 2, Number 2, Summer 1977

Table of contents (13 articles)

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    Mandatory Subversive Manifesto: Canadian Criticism vs. Literary Criticism
    Atwood's Gorgon Touch
    "False as Harlot's Oaths": Dunny Ramsay Looks at Huck Finn
    "Stories to Finish": The Collected Works of Billy the Kid
    Formal Coherence in the Art of Hugh Hood
    Canadian Historical Drama: Playwrights in Search of a Myth
    The Alien Role: Farley Mowat's Northern Pastorals
    The Persuasiveness of Grant's Lament for a Nation
    Visual Poetry in Canada: Birney, Bissett, and bp
    Journey to the Interior: The Journal Form in Place d'Armes
    Une Saison dans la Vie D'Emmanuel: A Season in Hell
    The Two Wes Wakehams: Point of View in The Weekend Man
    Margaret Laurence, Carl Jung and the Manawaka Women

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