Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 33, Number 2, 2008

Table of contents (15 articles)

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  1. Frontmatter


  1. Surf’s Up! : The Rising Tide of Atlantic-Canadian Literature
  2. "Lest on too close sight I miss the darling illusion": : The Politics of the Centre in "Reading Maritime"
  3. The Crest of the Wave: : Reading the Success Story of Bestsellers
  4. Swept Under: : Reading the Stories of Two Undervalued Maritime Writers
  5. "As if there were just the two choices": : Region and Cosmopolis in Lisa Moore’s Short Fiction
  6. "The Little State of Africadia Is a Community of Believers": : Replacing the Regional and Remaking the Real in the Work of George Elliott Clarke
  7. Re-Visioning Fredericton: : Reading George Elliott Clarke’s Execution Poems
  8. Repetition with a Difference: : The Paradox of Origins in Alistair MacLeod’s No Great Mischief
  9. "Every Sea-Surrounded Hour": : The Margin in Maritime Poetry
  10. Living the Authentic Life at "The Far East of the Western World": : Edward Riche’s Rare Birds
  11. Shoring against Our Ruin: : Sheldon Currie, Alistair MacLeod, and the Heritage Preservation Narrative


  1. An Equal-Opportunity Satirist: : An Interview with Edward Riche

Notes on Contributors

  1. Notes on Contributors


  1. Backmatter