The Oxford companion to Canadian literature

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Oxford University Press, 1983 - Literary Criticism - 843 pages
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Provides information on Canadian poetry, fiction, and drama, authors, folklore, criticism, and specific topics in Canadian literary history

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The Oxford companion to Canadian literature

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About the author (1983)

William Toye was one of twentieth-century Canadian book publishing's formative figures. He retired in 1991 after more than forty years with Oxford University Press, but continues to write and edit into his ninth decade. His current project is revising the acclaimed Concise Oxford Companion to
Canadian Literature.

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