The concise Oxford companion to Canadian literature
The concise version of the critically acclaimed second edition of The Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature offers all the authority of the original in a smaller more affordable format. Entries have been updated and over sixty new entries have been added, making it an indispensable resource.
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