Canadian Literature’s Issue 221 (Summer 2014) is now available. This special issue focuses on science and Canadian literature and features a wide range of articles and book reviews as well as a selection of new Canadian poetry.
Reviewed by Joseph Jones
In most respects—authorship, length, scope, and distance from the subject— these two books are polar opposites. One thing they do share is a concern with the American response to Asian otherness.Of the more than 110,000 Japanese Americans relocated to internment camps during World War II, some ten thousand young men were eligible for the draft. All were classified IV-C (persons not acceptable to the armed forces) in the aftermath of Pearl Harbor, but government policy […more…]