Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 34, numéro 2, 2009

Sommaire (16 articles) 

Front Matter

  1. Front Matter

Articles

  1. Volkswagen Blues Twenty-Five Years Later: : Revisiting Poulin’s Pitsémine
  2. The Bystander’s Tale: : Gil Courtemanche’s A Sunday at the Pool in Kigali and the Rwandan Genocide
  3. The Sweetness of Saying “mother”? : Maternity and Narrativity in L.M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables
  4. Generic Experiment and Confusion in Early Canadian Novels of the Great War
  5. Celebrity and the Poetic Dialogue of Irving Layton and Leonard Cohen
  6. Dark Stories: : Poet-Audience Relations and the Journey Underground in Margaret Atwood’s The Door and Other Works
  7. The Meaning Revealed at the Nth Degree in Christian Bök’s Eunoia
  8. The Afterlife of the City: : Reconsidering Urban Poetic Practice
  9. Inhabitable Spaces in Claire Harris’s She
  10. Rough Play: : Reading Black Masculinity in Austin Clarke’s “Sometimes, a Motherless Child”and Dionne Brand’s What We All Long For
  11. A Human Conversation about Goodness: : Carol Shields’s Unless
  12. A Desire for the Real: : The Power of Film in The Englishman’s Boy

Interview

  1. Indigenous Writing and the Residential School Legacy: : A Public Interview with Basil Johnston

Notes on Contributors

  1. Notes on Contributors

Back Matter

  1. Back Matter