Studies in Canadian Literature

Volume 10, numéro 1, winter 1985

Sommaire (14 articles)

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    Alchemical Transmutation in Duncan Campbell Scott's "At Gull Lake: August, 1810," and Some Contingent Speculations
    Aesthetic Mappings of the West by the Palliser and Hind Survey Expeditions, 1857-1859
    Isabella Valancy Crawford's Poetic Technique
    The Confessional Revisited: Laura Salverson's Canadian Work
    Speaking of Mirrors: Imagery and Narration in two Novellas by Mavis Gallant
    A Secular Liturgy: Hugh Hood's Aesthetics and Around the Mountain
    Turning Life into Popular Art: Bodily Harm's Life-Tourist
    Literature in English by Native Canadians (Indians and Inuit)
    Poussière sur la ville: L'animalité d'un personnage

Notes and Commentaries

    The Heroine of The Manor House of De Villerai
    "Thoughts Grow Keen and Clear": A Look at Lampman's Revisions
    Where Isabella Valency Crawford Died
    The Horses of Realism: The Layton-Pacey Correspondence


    SCL Interviews: Fred Cogswell

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