Search within my subject: Select Politics Urban Studies U. History Law Linguistics Literature. Music Neuroscience Philosophy Physical Sciences. The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Literature. Read More. Subscriber sign in. There is a bibliography at the end of the volume of books and articles about Canadian literature. P3 Reference. C35 Stacks. A8 Stacks. The Bush Garden Frye, Northrop The collection of essays by Northrop Frye may be read as a record of poetic production in English Canada during one of its crucial periods.
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He discusses the imaginative legacy bequeathed to present and future Canadian writers by the earlier novelists and poets. F79 Stacks. PN F7 N74 Stacks.
Mythologizing Canada: Essays on the Canadian Literary Imagination Frye, Northrop and Branko Gorjup, editor Eleven essays and addresses written by Northrop Frye between and that address the topic of the Canadian literary imagination. F Stacks. M47 Z Stacks. The Search for English-Canadian Literature Ballstadt, Carl An anthology of critical articles from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries reflects the major issues in the search for a distinctive literature in Canada during this time period. S4 Stacks. G Stacks.
Examines the cultural work of space and memory in Canada and Canadian literature, and encourages readers to investigate Canada within its regional, national, and global contexts. I54 Stacks. The essays ask, and attempt to answer, what it means to be a writer in Canada, what the literature of today can tell us about Canada's social arrangements, its political and aesthetic shapes, and its preoccupations. Vassanji, Rita Wong, and others.
L86 Stacks. Arrival examines the origins of the catalyst. M68 Stacks. When Canadian Literature Moved to New York Mount, Nick An anthology of critical articles from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, reflecting the major issues in the search for a distinctive literature in Canada.
Part Three covers the period —70 and the major writers of that time. Discusses and criticizes works, gives biographies. T56 Reference. The book provides a critical and historical context to help readers understand conversations happening about CanLit in the year Topics such as literary celebrity, white power, appropriation, class, rape culture, and the ongoing impact of settler colonialism are addressed by a diverse gathering of writers from across Canada.
R33 Stacks. Keith Discussion of several highly controversial issues in criticism of the Canadian tradition in literature. S64 Stacks. C85 Stacks. S37 Stacks. W66 Stacks. Illustrates the difficulties early Canadian writers encountered in trying to adapt the European literary tradition to a New World social environment.
Traces how they eventually created identifiably North American characters and settings. M29 Stacks. Novels and the Nation: Essays in Canadian Literature Birbalsingh, Frank Essays that discuss the evolution of Canadian identity and nationhood as reflected, predominantly, in the English fiction of this country. Explores the writings of the first British expatriates; the colonial, empire-conscious writers of the 19th century; the strong, nationalistic literary consciousness of the mid—twentieth century and, finally, the contemporary writers of a multicultural country continually transforming itself.
B57 Stacks. Offers several essays by different critics on a single work or author. Volume Two discusses early writers such as Haliburton, Richardson and Moodie. Canadian Novelists and the Novel Daymond, Douglas and Leslie Monkman A selection of views by major English Canadian novelists of the last one hundred and fifty years concerning the theory and practice of their art.
C Stacks. Twelve volumes are devoted to fiction and ten to poetry; each volume contains an introduction by George Woodcock and five discrete essays on specific writers. C36 Stacks. Canadian Fiction Jones, Jospeh and Johanna Jones An historical survey of some length and depth that proves Canadian fiction is not quite all unrelieved gloom. J6 Stacks. F6 Stacks. Discusses specific Canadian novelists and their works.
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K45 Stacks. Speculative Fictions: Contemporary Canadian Novelists and the Writing of History Wyile, Herb An analysis of the historical concerns and textual strategies of selected historical novels published since Drawing on the work of theorists and critics, this book examines the nature of the engagement with Canadian history in the text of the novels.
H5W94 Stacks. Who Speaks for Canada? The documents, arranged chronologically, are a mixture of social and political tracts as well as personal reflections on Canadian identity. Brief biographies are provided for each writer. Illustrated with period paintings, sketches, cartoons and photographs.
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C3 W46 Stacks. Smith, contemporary of F. Scott, E. Klein and Leon Edel. N42 no. Nourbese Philip. B57 C56 Stacks. Directions Home: Approaches to African-Canadian Literature Clarke, George Elliott Building on the discoveries of his critically acclaimed Odysseys Home , Clarke showcases the importance of little-known texts, including church histories and slave narratives, and offers studies of autobiography, crime and punishment, jazz poetics, and musical composition.
B57 C55 Stacks. B39 Stacks. Nigel, editor African Canadian creative writers discuss the complexities of the writing experience. B55 W49 Stacks. A95 Stacks. S34 W67 Stacks. Canadian Gothic Literature, History, and the Spectre of Self-Invention Sugars, Cynthia Explores the origins and history of the Canadian gothic tradition, tracing the ways that the gothic genre has been reinvented for a specifically Canadian context. G67 S84 Stacks. The Haunted Wilderness: The Gothic and Grotesque in Canadian Fiction Northey, Margot A detailed analysis of a limited number of works, some from the nineteenth century, and others from the twentieth century.
Focus is on varieties of gothic and grotesque fiction rather than specific authors. Demonstrates that gothicism, in varying degrees, has always been a continuing feature of Canadian fiction. G7 N6 Stacks. Unsettled Remains: Canadian Literature and the Postcolonial Gothic Sugars, Cynthia and Gerry Turcotte Examines how Canadian writers have combined a postcolonial awareness with gothic metaphors of monstrosity and haunting in their response to Canadian history. May 24 Something ere the End by Paul Denham.
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