Identity and Community: Reflections on English, Yiddish, and French Literature in Canada
In this book, the author, a Jewish Canadian from Montreal who has been an American academic for most of his career, re-examines his cultural roots and connections. The problem of Canada and Canadian identity lies at the heart of the book, covering the personal, the communal and political.
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