Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 39, Number 2, 2014

Table of contents (17 articles)

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  1. Toxic Discourse: Waste Heritage as Ghetto Pastoral
  2. Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam Trilogy: Postmodernism, Apocalypse, and Rapture
  3. “The Suitable Language of Love”: Confessional Discourse in By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept
  4. Résonances et dissonances dans Va savoir et Gros mots de Réjean Ducharme
  5. History’s Absent Hand: Lessons in Modes of (Textual) Production from Gaétan Soucy’s The Little Girl Who Was Too Fond of Matches
  6. Ethics, Intention, and Affect: A Proprioceptive Poetics in Roy Miki’s Mannequin Rising
  7. “There Are Things You Don’t Get Over”: Resistant Mourning in Lisa Moore’s February
  8. Between the Sky and the Stove: John Thompson’s Animal Encounters and the Extra-Linguistic Experience
  9. Interwoven Temporalities: Reading Madeleine Thien’s Dogs at the Perimeter
  10. Hunger, Consumption, and “Contaminated” Aesthetics in Rawi Hage’s Cockroach
  11. Baptisms by Fire: Future Wars in Early Canadian Speculative Fiction
  12. “The True History of My Brother Tom’s Dog”: A Lost Autobiographical Tale by Catharine Parr Traill
  13. « Le sentiment vif de créer »: entretien avec France Daigle
  14. “The Vivid Feeling of Creating”: An Interview with France Daigle

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