Context North America: Canadian/U.S. Literary Relations
Camille R. La Bossière
University of Ottawa Press, 1994 - Literary Criticism - 166 pages
Context North America is a comparative study of Canadian and American literary relations that emphasizes the cultural and institutional contexts in which Canadian literature is taught and read. This volume exemplifies the question of how the literatures of Canada might aptly be studied and contextualized in the days of heightened discontinuity and increasingly ambiguous borderlines both between and within the many narratives that make up North America.
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