The Oxford handbook of Canadian literature /
edited by Cynthia Sugars.
imprint
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2016]
description
xxiv, 966 pages ; 26 cm.
ISBN
0199941866, 9780190274542, 9780199941865, 9780199941872
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Book
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imprint
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2016]
isbn
0199941866
9780190274542
9780199941865
9780199941872
contents note
Introduction / Cynthia Sugars -- Constructing "Canadian Literature": a retrospective / Frank Davey -- National literature, Canadian criticism, and national character / Adam Carter -- Remembering Canada: The politics of cultural memory / Richard Cavell -- Canadian celebrity authorship moves on / Lorraine York -- Toward a planetary poetics: Canadian poetries after globalization / Erin Wunker -- Cultural studies in Canada: Past, present, and future / Imre Szeman and Andrew Pendakis -- Contemporary Metis literature: Resistance, roots, innovation / Emma LaRocque -- From profound silences to ethical practices: Aboriginal writing and reconciliation / Jonathan Dewar -- Indigenous autobiography in Canada: Uncovering intellectual traditions / Deanna Reder -- "What Inuit will think": Keavy Martin and Taqralik Partridge talk Inuit literature / Keavy Martin and Taqralik Partridge -- In/hospitable "Aboriginalities" in contemporary Indigenous women's writing / Julia Emberley -- Reading, writing, and speaking of contact: Explorations from both sides / Jennifer S.H. Brown and Frieda Esau Klippenstein -- Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century French-Canadian literature / Andrea Cabajsky -- English-Canadian narratives of settlement / Janice Fiamengo -- British poets, classical myths, Canadian locations / D.M.R. Bentley -- Cosmopolitan nationalism: Canadian literature of the Confederation period, 1867-1914 / Tracy Ware -- Modernist poetry in Canada, 1920-1960 / J.A. Weingarten -- Mid-century modernity and fiction by women, 1920-1950 / Carole Gerson -- Mainstream magazines: Home and mobility / Faye Hammill and Michelle Smith -- Canadian drama and the nationalist impulse / Craig Walker -- The Stratford Festival and Canadian cultural nationalism / Ian Rae -- The not so quiet, nor short, Révolution Tranquille / David Leahy -- The Canadian short story in English: Aesthetic agency, social change, and the shifting canon / Alexander MacLeod -- The English-Canadian novel: Counter-memory and the claims of history, 1950-2000 / Cynthia Sugars -- Fracture mechanics: Canadian poetry since 1960 -- Humour and irony in Québec women's writing, 1970-2010: Taking the pulse of a resistance / Lucie Joubert -- The digital turn in Canadian Québécois literature / Kate Eichhorn -- Diasporic citizenship and de-formations of citizenship / Lily Cho -- Black Canadian literature: Fieldwork and "Post-Race" / David Chariandy -- (East and Southeast) Asian Canadian literature: The strange and the familiary / Eleanor Ty -- South Asian Canadian "Geographies of Voice": Flagging new critical mappings / Mariam Pirbhai -- You say you've OD'd on Leonard Cohen: Canadian Jewish writing and the mainstream / Norman Ravvin -- For better or for worse: Revising Écriture migrante in Québec / Marie Carrière and Catherine Khordoc -- On the poetics of Arab-Canadian literature in French and English / Elizabeth Dahab -- "People are made of places": Perspectives on region in Atlantic-Canadian literature / Tony Tremblay -- "If I were a rugged beauty ...": Contemporary Newfoundland fiction / Paul Chafe -- Retracing Prairie literature / Alison Calder -- Canadian literature on the Pacific Coast / Nicholas Bradley -- Ecocriticism in Canada / Pamela Banting -- Canadian postcolonialism / Diana Brydon and Bruno Cornellier -- Reading historiography and historical fiction in twentieth-century Canada / Renée Hulan -- Canadian book history / Eli MacLaren -- Canadian auto/biography: Life writing, biography, and memoir / Julie Rak -- Canadian children's literature in English / Deirdre Baker -- Canadian feminist literary criticism and theory in the "Second Wave" / Cecily Devereux -- Gay and lesbian literature in Canada / Terry Goldie and Lee Frew -- Survival of the fittest: CanLit and disability / Sally Chivers -- Canadian literature in the Neoliberal era / Herb Wyile.
catalogue key
10293247
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.

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