Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 36, numéro 1, 2011

Sommaire (16 articles) 

Front Matter

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Articles

  1. Introduction: : Adolescence in Canadian Literature
  2. Terry Fox and the National Imaginary: : Reading Eric Walters’s Run
  3. Growing up in Nature: : Health and Adolescent Dance in L.M. Montgomery’s Emily Series
  4. Mobilizing the Power of the Unseen: : Imagining Self / Imagining Others in L.M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables
  5. Ravines and the Conscious Electrified Life of Houses: : Margaret Atwood’s Suburban Künstlerromane
  6. "Hello, abattoir!": : Becoming Through Slaughter in Miriam Toews’s A Complicated Kindness
  7. "On the Cusp": : Liminality and Adolescence in Arthur Slade’s Dust, Bill Richardson’s After Hamelin, and Kit Pearson’s Awake and Dreaming
  8. "We’re writing our own stories": : An Examination of Youth Writing in Our Story: The Canadian Aboriginal Writing Challenge
  9. John Richardson’s Unlikely Narrative of Nationhood: : History, the Gothic, and Sport as Prophecy in Wacousta
  10. Saying Goodbye to Mariposa: : Robertson Davies’s Deptford and the Small-Town Convention
  11. The Sacrificial Poetics of A.J.M. Smith
  12. La « Belle Bête » de la littérature contemporaine : : la présence de l’animal dans les romans de Marie-Claire Blais
  13. Delirious Cities: : Lisa Robertson’s Occasional Work and Seven Walks from the Office for Soft Architecture

Notes on Contributors

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Back Matter

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