Studies in Canadian Literature

Volume 20, Number 1, Winter 1995

Table of contents (11 articles)

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    Reading as Collaboration in Timothy Findley's Famous Last Words
    Traduction littéraire et polyphonie dans "Mrs. Turner Cutting the Grass" de Carol Shields.
    The Grass is Epic: Tim Lilburn's Moosewood Sandhills
    Escaping the Frame: Circumscribing the Narrative in The Whirlpool
    Diminishing Voice in Buckler's The Mountain and the Valley
    Anne Hébert's 'La Fille Maigre': Gendering Poetics
    Femme(s) Focale(s): Gail Scott's Main Brides and the Post-Identity Narrative
    John Richardson's Byronic Hero in the Land of Cain
    Conservative Solutions: The Early Historical Fiction of Thomas Raddall


    Alistair MacLeod: The World is Full of Exiles
    John Moss: Consciousness as Context

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