Studies in Canadian Literature

Volume 31, numéro 2, 2006

Sommaire (12 articles)

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  • A Note from the Editors
  • Exploring the Competing Narratives of Isabella Valancy Crawford’s Malcolm's Katie
  • Nation, Indigenization, the Beothuk:: A Newfoundland Myth of Origin in Patrick Kavanagh’s Gaff Topsails
  • The Book as (Anti)National Heroine:: Trauma and Witnessing in Joy Kogawa’s Obasan
  • “The animal out of the desert”:: The Nomadic Metaphysics of Michael Ondaatje’s In the Skin of a Lion
  • “Struggle Work”:: Global and Urban Citizenship in Dionne Brand’s What We All Long For
  • Technics and the Human at Zero-Hour:: Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake
  • Tricks with “a Sad Ring”:: The Endings of Alice Munro’s “The Ottawa Valley”
  • “The Immense Odds Against the Fossil’s Occurrence”:: The Poetry of Christopher Dewdney as Materialist Historiography
  • Serge Patrice Thibodeau and the Sufi Encounter
  • Writing-Translating (from) the In-Between: An Interview with Gail Scott: An Interview with Gail Scott
  • Notes on Contributors
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