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Imagining Justice: The Politics of Postcolonial Forgiveness and Reconciliation

Julie McGonegal - Literary Criticism - 2009 - 248 pages
Discourses of forgiveness and reconciliation have emerged as powerful scripts for interracial negotiations in states struggling with the legacies of colonialism. While such ...
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Transnational Canadas: Anglo-Canadian Literature and Globalization

Kit Dobson - Literary Criticism - 2009 - 258 pages
Transnational Canadas marks the first sustained inquiry into the relationship between globalization and Canadian literature written in English. Tracking developments in the ...
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Unruly Penelopes and the Ghosts: Narratives of English Canada

Eva Darias-Beautell - Literary Criticism - 2012 - 252 pages
This collection of essays studies the cultural and literary contexts of narrative texts produced in English Canada over the last forty years. It takes as its starting point the ...
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Cultural Grammars of Nation, Diaspora, and Indigeneity in Canada

Christine Kim, Sophie McCall, Melina Baum Singer - Literary Criticism - 2012 - 284 pages
Cultural Grammars of Nation, Diaspora, and Indigeneity in Canada considers how the terms of critical debate in literary and cultural studies in Canada have shifted with respect ...
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Keepers of the Code: English-Canadian Literary Anthologies and the ...

Robert Lecker - Literary Criticism - 2013 - 400 pages
Keepers of the Code explores the complex network of associations and negotiations that influenced the development of literary anthologies in English Canada from 1837 to the ...
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Asian Canadian Writing Beyond Autoethnography

Eleanor Ty, Christl Verduyn - Literary Criticism - 2008 - 330 pages
The essays in "Asian Canadian Writing Beyond Autoethnography" explore ways in which Asian Canadian authors have gone beyond what Françoise Lionnet calls autoethnography, or ...
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Crosstalk: Canadian and Global Imaginaries in Dialogue

Diana Brydon, Marta Dvořák - Literary Criticism - 2012 - 330 pages
What are the fictions that shape Canadian engagements with the global? What frictions emerge from these encounters? In negotiating aesthetic and political approaches to ...
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Adjacencies: Minority Writing in Canada

Licia Canton, Domenic A. Beneventi, Lianne Moyes - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 256 pages
Canada has often been described as a patchwork of cultural and linguistic communities that continually intersect with one another in interesting and provocative ways. This ...
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The Newfoundland Diaspora: Mapping the Literature of Out-Migration

Jennifer Bowering Delisle - Literary Criticism - 2013 - 220 pages
Out-migration, driven by high unemployment and a floundering economy, has been a defining aspect of Newfoundland society for well over a century, and it reached new heights ...
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We Are What We Mourn: The Contemporary English-Canadian Elegy

Priscila Uppal - Literary Criticism - 2008 - 318 pages
In We Are What We Mourn Priscila Uppal examines why and how the work of mourning has drastically changed in the latter half of the twentieth century, focusing on the strong ...
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