Contemporary Theories and Canadian Fiction

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Edwin Mellen Press, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 238 pages
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This study attempts to bring together a series of provinces between and within contemporary theory, criticism and fiction. It provides an overview of some of the most complex issues shaping present literary debates with a clear focus on Canadian fiction of the last 20 years of the 20th century.

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Contents

Introduction
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The Theory and Literary Practices of Post
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The Postmodern Condition and the Text
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Copyright

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Eva Darias-Beautell is associate professor of American and Canadian literatures at the University of La Laguna (Spain). She has been Visiting Scholar at the Universities of Toronto, Ottawa, and British Columbia. She is the author of several books notably "Graphies and Grafts: (Con)Texts and (Inter)Texts in the Fictions of Four Canadian Women Writers" (2001), chosen as one of the "30 most notable books in Canadian Studies" by the International Council for Canadian Studies.

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