Studies in Canadian Literature

Volume 5, Number 1, Winter 1980

Table of contents (11 articles)

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    Peacock and The Peacock Papers
    Tish: Bowering's Infield Position
    La Scouine: Influences and Significance
    The Figure of the Artist in Late Nineteenth Century Canadian Fiction
    Identity Through Metaphor: An Approach to the Question of Regionalism in Canadian Literature
    "Dull, Simple, Amazing and Unfathomable": Paradox and Double Vision In Alice Munro's Fiction
    Narrative Technique in Sinclair Ross' As For Me and My House

Notes and Commentaries

    History, Myth, and Time in Robert Kroetsch's Badlands
    Symbolism and Spatial Patterning in Four Short Stories by Charles G.D. Roberts
    Goldsmith's Rising Village and the Colonial State of Mind
    "The Ruthless Story and the Future Tense" in Margaret Atwood's "Circe/Mud Poems"

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