Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 33, numéro 1, 2008

Sommaire (19 articles)

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  1. Beyond the Marriage Metaphor:: Nation, Violence, and the Fallen Woman in The Canadian Brothers
  2. Lisibilité du descriptif dans le roman d’aventures canadien-français :: l’exemple de L’Enfant mystérieux (1890) de Wenceslas-Eugène Dick
  3. The Other Side of Utopia:: The Opacity of Perception in the Poetry of the First Run of Tish, 1961-63
  4. Listening at the Edge:: Homage and Ohmage in Don McKay and Ken Babstock
  5. Picture Theory:: On Photographic Intimacy in Nicole Brossard and Anne Carson
  6. Time Structures and the Healing Aesthetic of Joseph Boyden’s Three Day Road
  7. Margaret Laurence’s A Jest of God as a Work of Simultaneous Narration
  8. Moments of Being:: Carol Shields’s Short Fiction
  9. « Aux difformes et aux légèrement dérangés » :: la figure du grotesque comme moyen d’accès au désordre du refoulé dans trois nouvelles d’Alice Munro
  10. Uncovering the Grotesque in Fiction by Alice Munro and Gabrielle Roy
  11. Gabrielle Roy’s La route d’Altamont and Canadian Highway Narrative
  12. Critical Reception and Postmodern Violation of Generic Conventions in Jacques Brossard’s "Monument aux marges":: L’Oiseau de feu
  13. "This is not where we live":: The Production of National Citizenship and Borderlines in Sharon Pollock’s The Komagata Maru Incident
  14. "The Being Together of Strangers":: Dionne Brand’s Politics of Difference and the Limits of Multicultural Discourse
  15. Whips, Hammers, and Ropes:: The Burden of Race and Desire in Clarke’s George & Rue


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