Articles



Kingdom of Absence
Abstract: I AGREE WITH W. J. Keith, who recently edited the Selected Poetry and Critical Prose of Charles G. D. Roberts, ...

Klee Wyck: The Eye of the Other
Abstract: ENOUGH HAS BEEN WRITTEN ABOUT Klee Wyck, especially the sketches entitled “Sophie,” “D’Sonoqua,” and “Kitwancool,” to valorize what some have ...

Klein’s Drowned Poet
Abstract: RAYMOND KNiSTER must be the best-known drowned poet in Canadian letters. Writer of pastorals and herald of imagism, cut off ...

Knowledge, Power and Place: Environmental Politics in the Fiction of Matt Cohen and David Adams Richards
Abstract: David Adams Richards and the late Matt Cohen have produced some of the most environmentally engaged fiction in contemporary Canadian ...

Kreisel’s Broken Globes
Abstract: ONE OF THE FEW “TRADITIONS” in North American fic- tion — by definition, by necessity — is the constellation of ...