An Anthology of Canadian literature in English
Oxford University Press, 1990 - Literary Collections - 763 pages
This annotated text for Canadian literature courses is an abridgement and revision of Oxford's popular two-volume An Anthology of Canadian Literature in English. While drama and literary criticism have been deleted from the abridgement, it contains updated selections from poets and fictionwriters previously included as well as selections by writers new to the anthology such as Timothy Findley, Joy Kogawa, Rohinton Mistry, Dionne Brand, Sandra Birdsell, Paulette Jiles and Fred Wah, to name only a few. This abridged and revised anthology also contains updated, detailed introductionsto the writers and their works, and annotations that will help make the selections more accessible to today's students.
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