Articles



Sunflower Seeds: Klein’s Hero and Demagogue
Abstract: IN “POLITICAL MEETING” A. M. Klein describes an orator addressing an anti-conscription rally in Quebec. The Orator, we are told, ...

Sur la langue de Kerouac
Abstract: Jean-Louis Lébris de Kerouac, mieux connu sous le nom de Jack Kerouac, est le fils de Léo Alcide Kerouac et ...

Surfacing and Deliverance
Abstract: IT IS DIFFICULT to read Margaret Atwood’s recent novel Surfacing without thinking of its imaginative counterpart, James Dickey’s Deliv- erance, ...

Surviving the Paraphrase
Abstract: IT IS A TESTIMONY to the limitations of Canadian literary criticism that thematic criticism should have become the dominant approach ...

Susan Musgrave: The Self and the Other
Abstract: SUSAN MUSGRAVE’S The Impstone (1976), begins by presenting a mystery. “Anima,” the first poem, addresses a shadowy “you” who exists ...

Susanna Moodie and the English Sketch
Abstract: S,USANNA MOODIE’s Roughing It in the Bush has long been recognized as a significant and valuable account of pioneer life ...

Swimming with the Words: Narrative Drift in Daphne Marlatt’s Taken
Abstract: In her Foreword to Salvage, her last solo book of poetry, Daphne Marlatt described the process of writing those poems ...

Swinging the Maelstrom: Malcolm Lowry and Jazz
Abstract: WHEN DURING THE COURSE of treatment a psychiatrist asked Malcolm LowryΤ to fTrHeeE associate “anything that comes into your head ...