Studies in Canadian Literature

Volume 14, Number 2, Summer 1989

Table of contents (8 articles)

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    The Elizabeth Stories and Women's Autobiographical Strategies
    Sufi Mysticism in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale
    Mavis Gallant's Overhead in a Balloon: Politics and Religion, Language and Art
    Sizing up the Women in Malcom's Katie and The Story of an Affinity
    The Lumpenproletariat in The Golden Dog and Roger Sudden
    A Critical Appraisal of "The Parable of Puffsky" by E.J. Pratt: Mythic Convention and False Syllogism
    Le rondel dans la poésie d'Emile Nelligan
    An Eye for an Ear: Fifth Business and La grosse femme d'a côté est enceinte

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