Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 31, numéro 1, 2006 "For The Love of Words": Aboriginal Writers of Canada

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    it’s all good this
    Introduction From Conference to Special Issue: : Selected Articles on “The Love of Words”
    Opening Address
    Keynote Address: The Aesthetic Qualities of Aboriginal Writing
    Les Animaux
    The Grandmother Language: : Writing Community Process in Jeannette Armstrong’s whispering in shadows
    making elbow room for poetry and that last bus down sergeant
    How He Served
    Understanding Cree Protocol in the Shifting Passages of “Old Keyam”
    Keynote Address: : The Rolling Head’s “Grave” yard
    Writing Voices Speaking: : The Aesthetic of Talk in Thomas King’s Medicine River
    Intersections of Memory, Ancestral Language, and Imagination; or, the Textual Production of Michif Voices as Cultural Weaponry
    “A Weasel Pops In and Out of Old Tunes”: : Exchanging Words
    the prayer song
    “The Song I am Singing”: : Gregory Scofield’s Interweavings of Métis, Gay and Jewish Selfhoods
    “How Come These Guns are so Tall”: : Anti-corporate Resistance in Marvin Francis’s City Treaty
    Afterword Sources of Inspiration: The Birth of “For the Love of Words”: Aboriginal Writers of Canada
    Notes on Contributors