Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 38, numéro 2, 2013

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  1. Editorial


  1. Currency and Cultural Consumption : Lawrence Hill’s The Book of Negroes
  2. Just Like a Barrette that Claws, that Clasps, that Clips, that Cunts : metonymy, metaphor, and simile in Angela Carr’s The Rose Concordance
  3. Contagious Im/Possibilities : Infectious Encounters in Austin Clarke’s The Meeting Point
  4. A Journey to “Partial Cosmopolitanism” in Michael Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost
  5. Re-Storying the Colonial Landscape : Richard Wagamese’s Indian Horse
  6. Closure or Connection? : Healing from Trauma in Richard Van Camp’s The Lesser Blessed
  7. “There’s a treatment centre where the residential school used to be” : Alcoholism, Acculturation, and Barriers to Indigenous Health in Eden Robinson’s Monkey Beach
  8. Les coureurs de bois, motif écocritique dans la littérature canadienne-française
  9. Knights of Faith : Christian Existentialism in Colin McDougall’s Execution
  10. Protecting Her Brand : Contextualizing the Production and Publication of L.M. Montgomery’s “The Alpine Path”
  11. “There’s Minny a One in Ould Ireland” : Judy Plum’s Witchcraft of Irish Stereotypes and Storytelling

Notes on Contributors

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