Studies in Canadian Literature

Volume 23, Number 1, Winter 1998

Table of contents (16 articles)

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    Introduction: Mapping the Ground
  1. Mapping Culture onto Geography: 'Distance from the Fort' in Samuel Hearne's Journal
  2. "Lords of the World": Writing Gender and Imperialism on Northern Space in C.C. Vyvyan's Artic Adventure
  3. A Geography of "Snow": Reading Notes
  4. (Re) Writing Home: Daphne Marlatt's Ghost Works
  5. Literary Sites and Cultural Properties in Canadian Poetry
  6. Rendre l'espace lisible : le Récit de voyage au XIXe siècle
  7. Du rivage au terroir: L'expulsion de la mer de la littérature canadienne au XIXe siècle
  8. Overcoming the Two Solitudes of Canadian Literary Regionalism
  9. Iconicity, Space, and the Place of Sharon Butala's "The Prize"
  10. L'invention romanesque de noms réels : Kamouraska et la métaphore toponymique
  11. Espace national et espace lettéraire dans l'oeuvre de Victor-Lévy Beaulieu
  12. Strange Fugitive, Strange City: Reading Urban Space in Morley Callaghan's Toronto
  13. Landscape's Narrative: Doing the Malcolm Lowry Walk
  14. "A Reader's Guide to the Intersection of Time and Space": Urban Spatialization in Hugh Hood's Around the Mountain
  15. Urban Space and barstool flânerie in Gail Scott's Main Brides

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