Studies in Canadian Literature

Volume 43, numéro 1, 2018

Sommaire (17 articles)

Front Matter

Articles

  1. Seed Activism, Global Environmental Justice, and Avant-Garde Aesthetics in Annabel Soutar’s Seeds
  2. Pacific Doors: Earle Birney, Allen Curnow, and Pacific Modernisms
  3. “Tu n’as pas à te sentir coupable d’être”: A Multiversal Approach to Guilt in Gaétan Soucy’s L’Acquittement
  4. “A Scrap of the Savage”: E. Pauline Johnson’s Canoeing Journalism
  5. The Fall of the House of Buck: The “Haunted” House as Revelatory Space in Daniel David Moses’s Big Buck City
  6. « Si ce n’est pas moi » : écrire à la jonction du soi et de la communauté chez An Antane Kapesh et Natasha Kanapé Fontaine
  7. Littérature amérindienne, éthique et politique : la poétique décoloniale de Joséphine Bacon
  8. Writing “Home”: The Healing Power of Métis Storytelling in Cherie Dimaline’s Red Rooms and The Girl Who Grew a Galaxy
  9. The Spatial Politics of Homosociality in Austin Clarke’s In This City
  10. Slippery and Plural: Collaborative Writing in Daphne Marlatt and Betsy Warland’s “Subject to Change” and “Reading and Writing Between the Lines”
  11. The Rewriting of a Masterpiece: Hetty Dorval and the Silencing of Good Reading
  12. From Stereotypes to Sovereignty: Indigenous Peoples in the Works of Charles de Lint
  13. Too Much Liberty in the Garrison? Closed and Open Spaces in the Canadian Sonnet
  14. “Memories Seeded in Longings”: An Interview with Bernice Eisenstein

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