A New Anthology of Canadian Literature in English
Donna Bennett, Russell Brown
Oxford University Press, 2002 - Anthologie - Englisch - Kanada - Literatur - Geschichte - 1180 pages
This second edition of Oxford's popular one-volume Anthology of Canadian Literature in English provides the essential texts for students. Balancing the canon as it has traditionally been presented with the broader perspectives that have emerged in recent years, it highlights the connectionsbetween various texts, setting tradition and innovation in dialogue.
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