Grammar of Dissent: Poetry and Prose
Goose Lane, 1994 - Canadian literature - 256 pages
Claire Harris, M. Nourbese Philip and Dionne Brand are among Canada's most powerful writers. Grammar of Dissent highlights the uniqueness of each author's work yet shows the common ground they share.The poetry, fiction and essays in Grammar of Dissent represent the full range of each woman's artistic expression. The introductions by Carol Morrell place the works in a critical context and sketch the artistic lives of the three writers.
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