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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 Virginia Cooke
Bloody victoryBloody gloryThere is no teary-eyed homecoming storyThis is our only home Oh, Canada!Unity (1918)Canadian plays about the world wars tend to be set in retrospect (Billy Bishop) or at home ( Waiting for the Parade, Quiet in the Land). These three plays are no exception. They gauge the collateral damage of World War I in Canada—the devastation to the communities, individuals, and families. […more…]