Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 14, Number 1, Winter 1989

Table of contents (11 articles)

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    "The Dear Domestic Circle": Frameworks for the Literary Study of Women's Personal Narratives in Archival Collections
    "We Hold A Vaster Empire Than Has Been": Canadian Literature and the Canadian Empire
    The Poet in Her Time: Isabella Valancy Crawford's Social, Economic, and Political Views
    "After the ebb-flow": A.J.M. Smith's Nature Poetry
    Green Water, Green Sky: Gallant's Discourse on Dislocation
    Carnival and Intertext: Humour in What the Crow Said and The Studhorse Man
    From the First "Eve" to the New "Eve": Anne Hébert's Rehabilitation of the Malevolent Female Archetype
    La Haine de soi: le cas du roman québécois
    The Problem of Language and the Difficulty of Writing in the Literary Works of Gabrielle Roy

Notes and Commentaries

    Mirror Images in Margaret Atwood's Lady Oracle
    La Représentation du littoral africain dans Trou de mémoire d'Hubert Aquin