Newfoundland and Labrador Studies

Volume 25, numéro 1, spring 2010

Sommaire (16 articles) 

Front Matter

    Front Matter
  1. Contributors
  2. Editor's Note


  1. Genetic Phantoms: : Geography, History, and Ancestral Inheritance in Kenneth Harvey’s The Town That Forgot How to Breathe and Michael Crummey’s Galore
  2. The Rock Observed: : Art and Surveillance in Michael Winter’s This All Happened
  3. February is the Cruelest Month: : Neoliberalism and the Economy of Mourning in Lisa Moore’s February
  4. “Just the kind of girl who would want a chap to be a man”: : Constructions of Gender in the war stories of Tryphena Duley
  5. Natural’s Not in It: : Postcolonial Wilderness in Steffler’s The Grey Islands

Review Essays

  1. The Critic’s Eye: : Stuart Pierson on Newfoundland


  1. Riots, Referendums, and Raging Fires: : Revisiting History in Recent Newfoundland Fiction


  1. George Murray, The Rush to Here by Adam Beardsworth
  2. Deannie Sullivan-Fraser and Hilda Rose (Illustrator), Johnny and the Gipsy Moth by Teya Rosenberg
  3. Jeff A. Webb, The Voice of Newfoundland: A Social History of the Broadcasting Corporation of Newfoundland, 1939-1949 by Corey Slumkoski
  4. Barbara Rieti, Making Witches: Newfoundland Traditions of Spells and Counterspells by John Bodner
  5. Michelle Butler Hallett, Double-Blind by Helene Staveley

Back Matter

    Back Matter