Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 30, Number 1, Spring 2005

Table of contents (20 articles)

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Front Matter


  1. “In Flanders Fields” — Canada’s Official Poem:: Breaking Faith
  2. “A Man in a World of Men”:: The Rough, the Tough, and the Tender in Robert W. Service’s Songs of a Sourdough
  3. “Savage nations roam o’er native wilds”:: Charles Mair and the Ecological Indian
  4. Le poème en prose canadien-français au XIXe siècle :: l’appel français du genre
  5. Étude synchronique de la poésie au Québec et en France
  6. Between Tradition and Counter-Tradition:: The Poems of A.J.M. Smith and F.R. Scott in The Canadian Mercury (1928-29)
  7. A Philosophy of the Verb:: Bertram Brooker’s Early Canadian Mystical-Modernist Verse
  8. “And We Are Homesick Still”:: Home, the Unhomely, and the Everyday in Anne Wilkinson
  9. Mapping the Mind’s “I”:: Vision, Perception, and Complicity in the Early Poems of P.K. Page
  10. La chambre :: Un archétype intime dans la poésie québécoise des années 80
  11. Les Poètes Acadiens de la relève
  12. In a Boat on the River Nowhere Writing Home:: The Spiritual Poetic of Tim Lilburn
  13. “Moving from place to face”:: Landscape and Longing in the Poetry of John Barton
  14. La mort comme espace d’écriture dans Œuvre de la première mort de J.R. Léveillé
  15. Language to Light On:: Dionne Brand and the Rebellious Word
  16. Synchronous Foreignicity:: Fred Wah’s Poetry and the Recuperation of Experimental Texts
  17. Entre deux mondes :: l’hybridation de l’épopée chez Réjean Ducharme

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