Contemporary Manitoba writers: new critical studies
During the past 20 years, Manitoba has experienced an astonishing surge of literary activity, dazzling in its diversity and in its divergence from conventional writerly wisdom. Striving to keep pace with this accelerated growth, a lively critical discourse has emerged which is, of necessity, sensitive to the rapidly shifting cultural and epistemological currents reshaping the context for literature.
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Arnasons Irony and Vision Margaret Sweatman
Wholeness and Dislocation in
Speaking the Gap
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