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A Firm Balance: Questions d’équilibre et rapport de force dans les représentations des littératures anglophone et francophone du Canada
Abstract: L’étude des discours critiques portant sur la relation entre les littératures canadiennes d’expression anglaise et d’expression française révèle une présence ...

A Force of Interruption: The Photography of History in Timothy Findley’s The Wars
Abstract: That memory is structured photographically in Timothy Findley’s The Wars (1977) is a critical commonplace. But, despite a wealth of ...

A Forest of Symbols: An Introduction to Saint-Denys Garneau
Abstract: A NEW ERA in French-Canadian poetry began when Saint-Denys Garneau published a volume of twenty-eight poems early in 1937. The ...

A Gift of Love: Lampman and Life
Abstract: ARCHIBALD LAMPMAN is rightly remembered for the few nature poems illuminated by his personal “small clear flame”. Unfortunately we are ...

A Grab at Proteus: Notes on Irving Layton
Abstract: Mι ANY WRITERS ARE BEST read out of their own settings. This is so especially in Canada, where the literary ...

A House Without Books: The Writer in Canadian Society
Abstract: A, to be a writer in Canada occurred in the summer of 1986 when I was on holiday at the ...

A Knocking in the Clay
Abstract: I was consumed with a desire to write a philosophical-lyrical drama in which all I had learned in philosophy and ...

A Life and Four Landscapes: Frederick John Niven
Abstract: FREDERICK JOHN NIVEN is today almost unknown. That fact alone would warrant a critical investigation of him, but a study ...

A Manifesto for Beast Poetry
Abstract: THERE ARE SOME MEN WHO AS POETS ARE ANIMALS. Just as some men, when they couple, Couple in bestial fashion, ...

A Maritime Myth
Abstract: IT IS AMAZING, though not surprising, what Bliss Carman means to a majority of Canadians. They think back to school ...