Articles



The Antitheatrical Paradox in Michel Marc Bouchard’s Les Feluettes, or La Répétition d’un drame romantique
Abstract: As Jonas Barish’s still indispensable book documents, a vital tradition of antitheatrical prejudice has marked the history of Christianity. Theatre ...

The Apprenticeship of Discovery
Abstract: ΤLHE PUBLICATION of Mordecai Richler’s The Apprenticeship of Buddy Kravitz IaHnEd Hugh MacLennan’s The Watch that Ends the Night make ...

The Apprenticeship of Noah Adler
Abstract: WITH ITS CRITICAL AND POPULAR SUCCESS as both novel and film, The Apprenticeship of Buddy Kravitz has eclipsed Richler’s only ...

The Art of Blackmail
Abstract: I,N THE VIVID GRACE OF Ghaplinesque time, we watch the jerky dance of art and life with similar horror and ...

The Artist as Picaro: The Revelation of Margaret Atwood’s “Lady Oracle”
Abstract: IN WRITING HER THIRD NOVEL, Lady Oracle (1976), Mar- garet Atwood earns for herself the title of seer which she ...

The Author as Editor: Jordan Zinovich’s Gabriel Dumont in the Archies
Abstract: What difference does it make who is speaking?—MICHEL FOUCAULTThe historical novel has always been a problematic literary genre. Because of ...

The Autobiographings of Mourning Dove
Abstract: W h y do we visit graves? Why would we travel to a place we have never been to before, ...

The Automatist Movement of Montreal: Towards Non-Figuration in Painting, Dance, and Poetry
Abstract: “. . . il faut sentir vraiment autre chose dans la matière verbale que de plates similitudes logiques pour pouvoir ...

The Baffin Writer’s Project
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The Best Soldiers of All: Unsung Heroines in Canadian Women’s Great War Fictions
Abstract: If we keep on speaking the same language together, we’re going to reproduce the same history. Begin the same old ...