Studies in Canadian Literature

Volume 19, Number 1, Winter 1994

Table of contents (9 articles)

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    The Woman Out Back: Alice Munro's "Meneseteung"
    Moving Beyond "The Blank White Spaces": Atwood's Gilead, Postmodernism, and Strategic Resistance
    Subject-Position as Victim-Position in The Handmaid's Tale
    Dramas of Desire in Margaret Laurence's A Jest of God, The Fire-Dwellers, and The Diviners
    To "Heal the Word Wounded": Agency and the Materiality of Language and Form in M. Nourbese Philip's She Tries Her Tongue, Her Silence Softly Breaks
    The Multiple Self in the Poetry of P.K. Page
    Arresting Subjects: "Foreign" Significations in Canadian Fiction
    The Inscription of "Feminine Jouissance" in Elizabeth Smart's By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept


    Carole Corbeil: A Voice of Her Own

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