Volume 35, Number 2 (2010)
Volume 35, Number 2 (2010)
Special Section – Indigeneity in Dialogue: Indigenous Literary Expression Across Linguistic Divides
Dossier spécial – L'autochtonie en dialogue : l'expression littéraire autochtone au-delà des barrières linguistiques

Articles

Michèle Lacombe, Heather Macfarlane, Jennifer Andrews
Indigeneity in Dialogue: Indigenous Literary Expression Across Linguistic Divides L’autochtonie en dialogue: l’expression littéraire autochtone au-delà des barrières linguistiques
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Keavy Martin
Arctic Solitude: Mitiarjuk’s Sanaaq and the Politics of Translation in Inuit Literature
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Isabelle St-Amand
Discours critiques pour l’étude de la littérature autochtone dans l’espace francophone du Québec
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Michèle Lacombe
"Dave, come on": Indigenous Identities and Language Play in Yves Sioui Durand’s Hamlet-le-Malécite
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Sarah Henzi
Stratégies de réappropriation dans les littératures des Premières nations
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Heather Macfarlane
Beyond the Divide: The Use of Native Languages in Anglo-and Franco-Indigenous Theatre
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Armand Garnet Ruffo
Afterword
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Adrian Hunter
Taking Possession: Alice Munro’s "A Wilderness Station" and James Hogg’s Justified Sinner
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Stephanie Yorke
The Slave Narrative Tradition in Lawrence Hill’sThe Book of Negroes
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Poonam Bajwa
Margaret Atwood’s The Edible Woman and the Commercialization of Literary Scholarship
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Ailsa Kay
Sensation and Civility: Protecting the Confederation Family in Isabella Valancy Crawford’s Winona; Or, the Foster-Sisters
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Duncan McFarlane
"To Make a Show of Concealing": The Revision of Satire in Earle Birney’s "Bushed"
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Rob Winger
How to Know Now: "Zen" Poetics in Phyllis Webb’s Naked Poems and Water and Light
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Andrew Peter Atkinson
Catholic Integralism and Marian Receptivity in Wayne Johnston’s Newfoundland: Baltimore’s Mansion and the Catholic Imaginary
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