Unsupported Assertions: Essays

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House of Anansi, 1991 - Literary Collections - 121 pages
"This, his third collection of essays, following The Governor's Bridge Is Closed (1973) and Trusting the Tale (1973), shows Hugh Hood to be a virtuoso writer of belles lettres as well as of novels and short stories."
 

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Contents

Authority in Canada
1
The Idea of a Canadian Tradition
10
Our Lost Vienna
20
McLuhan Revisited
40
The Persistence of Romanticism
60
Mining the Sentence
81
Televisio Dramatic Cinematic
102
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About the author (1991)

Hugh Hood wrote 32 books. He taught English literature at the Universite de Montreal and was the author of seventeen novels, several volumes of short fiction, and five of nonfiction. He died in August 2000.

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