Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 26, Number 1, Spring 2001

Table of contents (11 articles)

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Front Matter


  1. Playing the Fool:: The Satire of Canadian Cultural Nationalism in Mordecai Richler’s The Incomparable Atuk
  2. “The Negative Capability of Camouflage”:: Fleeing Diaspora in Fred Wah’s Diamond Grill
  3. « Les poètes n’ont pas le droit de se taire » :: l’oeuvre de Raymond Guy LeBlanc
  4. Historical Figures and Paradoxical Patterns:: The Quilting Metaphor in Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace
  5. Going Native in Robert Kroetsch’s Gone Indian
  6. « Comment être dans un monde postmoderne? » :: une Québécoise en Amérique dans Copies conformes
  7. Gender Trespass and Masculine Privilege:: “Male Trouble” in Jack Hodgins’s Spit Delaney’s Island
  8. Against the Source”:: Daphne Marlatt’s Revision of Charles Olson


  1. Doubly-Crossing Syllables:: Thomas O’Grady on Poetry, Exile, and Ireland

Notes on Contributors

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