Studies in Canadian Literature

Volume 32, numéro 2, 2007

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  • Frontmatter
  • Introduction Surviving the Paraphrase:: Poetics and Public Culture in Canada
  • Towards Canada as Aesthetic State:: François-Xavier Garneau’s
  • Machine-Age Discourse, Mechanical Ballet, and Popular Song as Alternative Document in Dorothy Livesay’s "Day and Night"
  • Rita Wong’s monkeypuzzle and the Poetics of Social Justice
  • ‘Whatever That Is’:: Hiromi Goto’s Body Politic/s
  • Finding Narratives:: George, Vancouver and the Process of Discovery
  • (Un)Settling the Prairies:: Queering Regionalist Literature and the Prairie Social Landscape in Shane Rhodes’s The Wireless Room
  • Newfoundland Poetry as "Ethnographic Salvage":: Time, Place, and Voice in the Poetry of Michael Crummey and Mary Dalton
  • Poetics and the Politics of Globalization
  • Transnational Subjectivities:: Roy Miki’sSurrender and Global Displacements
  • The Poetics of Vulnerability:: Diaspora, Race, and Global Citizenship in A.M. Klein’s The Second Scroll and Dionne Brand’s Thirsty
  • Notes from and beyond my Conference Reading
  • "Frank Davey" and the Method of Cool
  • Frank Davey and the Firing Squad
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Copyright © Studies in Canadian Literature, 2007, University of New Brunswick