Studies in Canadian Literature

Volume 32, Number 1, 2007

Table of contents (14 articles)

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  • Banking on a Prize:: Multicultural Capitalism and the Canadian Literary Prize Industry
  • Françoise, Literary Critic:: Editorial Reach and Discursive Strategies
  • Taking a Walk with Judith Thompson:: Flânerie Tames the Lion in the Streets
  • “Draw a Squirrel Cage”:: The Politics and Aesthetics of Unemployment in Irene Baird’s Waste Heritage
  • “From a Distance it Looks Like Peace”:: Reading Beneath the Fascist Style of Gilead in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale
  • Dialogisme et réflexion sur l’écriture dans Cantique des plaines de Nancy Huston
  • Munro’s Grail Quest:: The Progress of Logos
  • Playing the Parts:: The ‘corps morcelé’ in Alice Munro’s Lives of Girls and Women
  • “A Man’s Journey”:: Masculinity, Maze, and Biography in Carol Shields’s Larry’s Party
  • Dislocations and Diaspora:: Reading Evelyn Lau’s Choose Me
  • La fictionnalisation de la négritude dans Comment faire l’amour avec un Nègre sans se fatiguer de Dany Laferrière: ses au-delàs et ses limites
  • Melting History:: Defrosting Moments in Novels by Wayne Johnston, Michael Winter, and Robert Kroetsch
  • “Flawed Splendour”:: A Conversation with Lynn Coady
  • Notes on Contributors
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