The Cambridge Companion To Margaret Atwood

Author: Coral Ann Howells
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139827316
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The Introduction contains an analysis of dominant trends in Atwood criticism since the 1970s, while the essays by twelve leading international Atwood critics represent the wide range of different perspectives in current Atwood scholarship.

The Cambridge Companion To Alice Munro

Author: David Staines
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107093279
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This Companion is a complete introduction to the fictional and non-fictional writings of the Nobel Prize winner Alice Munro.

The Cambridge Companion To Wilkie Collins

Author: Jenny Bourne Taylor
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139827332
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The Cambridge Companion to Jewish American Literature edited by Hana Wirth-
Nesher and Michael P. Kramer The Cambridge Companion to Native American
Literature edited by Joy Porter and Kenneth M. Roemer The Cambridge
Companion to the African American Novel edited by Maryemma Graham The
Cambridge Companion to Canadian Literature edited by Eva-Marie Kro ̈ller The
Cambridge Companion to Contemporary Irish Poetry edited by Matthew
Campbell The ...

Canadian Literature In English

Author: W. J. Keith
Publisher: The Porcupine's Quill
ISBN: 9780889842854
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By 'jargon' I am not referring simply to specialist terminology, which is at least
sometimes unavoidable, but to the mind-deadening assemblage of clotted
abstractions. Nowadays virtually any scholarly book or learned journal will yield
examples. To cite an almost random instance, a writer's work is described in The
Cambridge Companion to Canadian Literature (2004) as representing 'the
totalizing formalist containment of disciplinary difference within an overriding
master vision rather ...

Diasporic Subjectivity And Cultural Brokering In Contemporary Post Colonial Literatures

Author: Igor Maver
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739129724
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What does it mean to call a novel “Canadian” when its main cultural and
geographic reference points lie outside Canada? (This is a problem that Eva-
Marie Kroller and I have been confronting as co-editors of the new Cambridge
History of Canadian Literature, where a mythology of nation based on territory,
origins, race or shared cultural inheritance has already been effectively
dismantled in Canada.) As Kroller wrote after editing the Cambridge Companion
to Canadian Literature in ...

Across Cultures Across Borders

Author: Paul Depasquale
Publisher: Broadview Press
ISBN: 1770480161
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Across Cultures/Across Borders may also be of interest to researchers in a
number of areas related to Native, Aboriginal, or Indigenous studies, as well as to
writers, activists, and others interested in the interconnecting (yet certainly not
homogeneous) critical, theoretical, and creative knowledges and narratives of
today's Aboriginal scholars and authors. In her entry on “Aboriginal Writing” in the
Cambridge Companion to Canadian Literature (2004), Australian critic Penny
Van Toorn ...

The Cambridge Companion To The Literature Of World War Ii

Author: Marina MacKay
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139828451
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The literature of World War II has emerged as an accomplished, moving, and challenging body of work, produced by writers as different as Norman Mailer and Virginia Woolf, Primo Levi and Ernest Hemingway, Jean-Paul Sartre and W. H. Auden.

The Cambridge Companion To Postcolonial Poetry

Author: Jahan Ramazani
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107090717
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This Companion is the first to explore postcolonial poetry through regional, historical, political, formal, textual and gender approaches.