Canadian Literature’s Issue 219 (Winter 2013), Contested Migrations is now available! The issue features articles by Vinh Nguyen, Mariam Pirbhai, Rachel Bower, Maude Lapierre, J. I. Little, David Williams, and more.
Reviewed by Linda Quirk
Wider Boundaries of Daring is an important new book which reimagines literary modernism in Canada— an overdue historical revision which responds to calls issued by David Arnason in 1983, by Barbara Godard in 1984, and by Carole Gerson in 1992. Challenging prevalent masculinist genealogies, which tend to position F.R. Scott’s “The Canadian Authors Meet” as “the birth announcement of Canadian modernism” (in which “T.S. Eliot’s daunti […more…]