Articles



Town of Hope
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Tracing the Travesty: Constructing the Female Subject in Susan Swan’s The Biggest Modern Woman of the World
Abstract: IOR ,OR THE FEMINIST WRITER, aspects of postmodernism, includ- ing the dissolution of the subject, the formulation of identity as ...

Traduire l’autre, presque le même
Abstract: TRADUIRE L’AUTRE, PRESQUE LE MÊME Réflexionsd’unauteuraproposd’une traduction Michel van Schendel AL.UTRE: que puis-je dire d’une traduction quand elle est adéquate ...

Tragic Tourism and North American Jewish Identity: Investigating a Radzanow Street, a Mlawa Apple and an Unbuilt Museum
Abstract: Travel in Soviet Europe was tourism at its most predictable: the stone-faced government guide; strict restrictions on where one could ...

Transatlantic Figures in The Imperialist Public Sentiment, Private Appetite
Abstract: It would have been idle to inquire into the antecedents, or even the circumstances, of old Mother Beggarlegs. . . ...

Transforming the Insult
Abstract: In 1991my husband returned to Canada from Iraq where he had been a UN Military Observer. He’d been sent to ...

Transgressive Sexualities in the Reconstruction of Japanese Canadian Communities
Abstract: In what literary critics have come to call the field of Asian American writing,1 Joy Kogawa’s Obasan has earned a ...

Translating the Sublime: Jane Urquhart’s The Whirlpool
Abstract: J a n e Urquhart’s third collection of poetry, The Little Flowers of Madame de Montespan, depicts Louis xiv, that ...

Translation & Parody: Quebec Theatre in the Making
Abstract: A LITTLE MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS AGO, the Québécois theatre emerged, so called to mark a break with the French-Canadian ...

Translation, Collaboration, and Reading the Multiple
Abstract: Who is translating whom? Who is writing whom? Where and how is the threshold? When do we cross it? Are ...