Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 24, Number 1, 1999

Table of contents (9 articles)

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Front Matter


  1. Rethinking the Relevance of Magic Realism for English-Canadian Literature:: Reading Ann-Marie MacDonald’s Fall On Your Knees
  2. “The Opposite of History is Forgetfulness”:: Myth, History, and the New Dominion in Jane Urquhart’s Away
  3. L’usage du pseudonyme chez les femmes écrivains au XIXe siècle. Le cas d’Hermine Lanctôt
  4. Bodies/Countries:: Mary Melfi’s “Flirt” with Feminism in Infertility Rites
  5. Writing For an Elsewhere:: Author(ity) and Authenticity in the Texts of the First Franklin Expedition (1819-1822)
  6. Enduring Themes?:: John Moss, the Arctic, and the Crisis in Representation


  1. Conversations with Readers:: An Interview with Daphne Marlatt

Notes on Contributors

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