Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 41, Number 2, 2016

Table of contents (16 articles)

Front Matter


  1. Subject: Animal: Representing the Seeing Animal in Yann Martel’s Beatrice and Virgil
  2. Immobilization and Agency: Reflections on Pain Management in Catherine Bush’s Novel Claire’s Head
  3. Le comte et les pêcheurs :  : Voyage à Terre-Neuve d’Arthur de Gobineau
  4. Canadian Literature at Home and Abroad: International Contexts of W.D. Lighthall’s Songs of the Great Dominion (1889) and Robert Weaver’s Canadian Short Stories(1960)
  5. Surrealist Dislocation and the Challenge to Maritime Literary Regionalism in the Works of Elizabeth Bishop
  6. Chant de résistance  : un regard hors norme sur la Shoah dans Eva et Ruda d’E. et R. Roden
  7. “Roll with It”: Structures of Feeling and Sexual Abuse in the Writings of Joy Kogawa
  8. Making It (In)Visible: The Politics of Absence in Margaret Atwood’s Bodily Harm
  9. “Something Invisible Finding a Form”: Feeling History in Michael Ondaatje’s Coming Through Slaughter
  10. La vie de biais de Gaëtan Brulotte  : la subversion de l’idéalisme et la déconstruction implicite du discours religieux
  11. The Love of a Good Story: A Critical Reading of Alice Munro’s “Jakarta”
  12. Carol Shields’s “Little Weirdies”: Metafictional Magic in Various Miracles
  13. “She Is Already Telling Me a Story”: Intertextual Relationality and Autonomy in Rudy Wiebe’s Of This Earth


Back Matter

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