Articles



To Dare to Attempt Impious Wonders: Science & Canadian Literature
Abstract: ΤIHE PARADOX OF THESE TIMES is that things are not what they seem to be. We lIiHveEenmeshed in a web ...

To Go for Broke: The Spirit of the 70s
Abstract: In 1969, there was no such thing as Asian Canadianwriting, at least not as a genre. In fact, there was ...

To Live in Abundance of Life: Time in Canadian Literature
Abstract: THE TITLE AND SUBSTANCE OF THIS STUDY will come as a surprise to those whoАНcЕonsider twentieth-century Canadian literature gloomy, pessimistic ...

To Seek a Single Symmetry
Abstract: GIWENDOLYN MAGEWEN has stated that in her writing she hopes to construct a myth. At its simplest, myth can be ...

Tom King’s John Wayne: The Western in Green Grass, Running Water
Abstract: This essay argues that Thomas King's novel Green Grass, Running Water contains a fictionalized killing of the American movie star John Wayne to critique the influence of popular culture on historical understandings of the First Nations and Native Americans. Intertextual interpretations of the novel link to films starring John Wayne, and Wayne's public persona and historical influence are contrasted with those of King.

Too Long to the Courtly Muses: Hugh MacLennan as a Contemporary Writer
Abstract: CRITICAL STATEMENTS about Canadian writers tend to fall into three categories. Literary nationalists hasten to root the writer to a ...

Toward a Theory of Cultural Revolution: The Criticism of Northrop Frye
Abstract: The structure of a critical theory may easily be obscured behind the mass of detail which it supports, and when ...

Towards a Feminist Comedy
Abstract: I o profane, through laughter, the forbidding symbols of divine and political power is to expose them as merely symbols, ...

Towards a Native Mythology: The Poetry of Isabella Valency Crawford
Abstract: We must enter the new period for our- selves, because though truth, the radiance of reality, is universally one and ...

Towards a Popular Theatre in English Canada
Abstract: ONE OF THE FEATURES OF THE Quebec theatre that seems to the outsider to be a sign of its healthy ...