Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 35, Number 1, 2010

Table of contents (16 articles)

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Front Matter

  1. Front Matter

Articles

  1. Is Canadian Literature Still “National”? : Twenty-First-Century Canadian Literature in Spatial Perspective
  2. Then and Now Converging: : Lionel Kearns’s Complicated Nation
  3. Les saisons d’Herménégilde Chiasson, essayiste
  4. Of Trilogies and Triangles: : Adultery in Arthur Stringer’s Prairie Stories and Mazo de la Roche’s Whiteoak Chronicles
  5. Boxed In: : Alice Munro’s “Wenlock Edge” and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
  6. The Stone Diaries as an “Apocryphal Journal”
  7. Carol Shields and Simone de Beauvoir: : Immanence, Transcendence, and Women’s Work in A Fairly Conventional Woman, The Stone Diaries, and Unless
  8. Des mots comme les murs d’une maison : : le leitmotiv du logis dans le roman acadien contemporain
  9. Behind the Façades of an Aesopian Duck: : The Quest for Authenticity in the Literary Forgeries of David Solway
  10. “A Sorrow of Stones”: : Death, Burial, and Mourning in the Writing of Anne Wilkinson
  11. Culturally Conceptualizing Trauma: : The Windigo in Joseph Boyden’s Three Day Road
  12. “You saw me cross the bar”: : Masculinity, Disability, and the Western in Guy Vanderhaeghe’s The Englishman’s Boy

Interview

  1. “Guy Talk”: : An Interview with Guy Vanderhaeghe

Notes on Contributors

  1. Notes on Contributors

Back Matter

  1. Back Matter