“The Clock Is Dead”: Temporality and Trauma in Rilla of Ingleside

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This article ““The Clock Is Dead”: Temporality and Trauma in Rilla of Ingleside” originally appeared in Sensing Different Worlds Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 244 (2021): 125-143.

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