Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 32, numéro 2, 2007

Sommaire (16 articles)

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