Studies in Canadian Literature

Volume 6, Number 2, Summer 1981

Table of contents (10 articles)

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    Extravagant Expression of Travel and Growth: Grove's Quest for America
    Grove and the Matter of Germany: The Warkentin Letters and the Art of Liminal Disengagement
    Watchful Dreams and Sweet Unrest: An Essay on the Vision of Archibald Lampman
    L'Histoire et son double dans Pélagie-la-Charrette
    The Lyricism of W.O. Mitchell's Who Has Seen the Wind
    Narcissism in the Modern Canadian Novel
    Malcolm Lowry's Hear Us O Lord: Visions and Revisions of the Past
    "Alastor": The Spirit of Under the Volcano

Notes and Commentaries

    "Making Literature Hum": Canadian Literary Journalism in the Twenties
    Callaghan, Joyce, and the Doctrine of Infallibility

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