Articles



Mapping and Dreaming Native Resistance in Green Grass, Running Water
Abstract: The dream map was as large as the table top, and had been folded tightly for many years. It was ...

Mapping the Canadian Mind: Reports of the Geological Survey of Canada, 1842-1863
Abstract: A,MONGTHE EARLY TEXTS available to students of Cana- diana, the scientific reports penned by Sir William Edmond Logan, founding director ...

Mapping the Diasporic Self
Abstract: Begin at the beginning. That was my plan when I first started drafting the structure of my memoir. State one’s ...

Mapping the Door of No Return
Abstract: In her recent memoir A Map to the Door of No Return (), Dionne Brand makes a provocative contribution to ...

Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid Tale” and the Dystopian Tradition
Abstract: In The History of Sexuality, Michel Foucault impressively articulates the complex, formidably paradoxical relationship between sexuality and power, arguing how ...

Margaret Atwood’s Modest Proposal: The Handmaid’s Tale
Abstract: IVIargaret Atwood begins her novel The Handmaid’s Tale with two dedications and three epigraphs: a passage from Genesis, a passage ...

Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake: The Terror of the Therapeutic
Abstract: In Brave New World Revisited, Aldous Huxley distinguishes between the oppressive regime of George Orwell’s 1984, which maintains itself by ...

Margaret Fairley and the Canadian Literary Tradition
Abstract: In an article published in 1954, Canadian editor and critic Margaret Fairley (1885-1968) insisted that in contradiction to current opinion, ...

Margaret Laurence’s Somali Translations
Abstract: ΤLHIS SIX-LINE POEM is one of Margaret Laurence’s transla- tions of Somali love lyrics, included in A Tree for Poverty, ...

Margaret the Magician
Abstract: WHEN THE DART is an icicle aimed right between your eyes it is difficult to separate the magic from the ...