Literary Criticism

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Memory Serves

By Lee Maracle

Memory Serves gathers together the oratories award-winning author Lee Maracle has delivered and performed over a twenty-year period. Revised for publication, the lectures hold the features and style of oratory intrinsic to the Salish people in general and the Sto: lo in particular. ... Read more

Memory Serves

By Lee Maracle

Memory Serves gathers together the oratories award-winning author Lee Maracle has delivered and performed over a twenty-year period. Revised for publication, the lectures hold the features and style of oratory intrinsic to the Salish people in general and the Sto: lo in particular. ... Read more

Metamorphosis

By P. K. Page
Edited by Margaret Steffler

Metamorphosis collects a selection of esteemed Canadian writer-artist P. K. Page's poetry, prose and plays written for and about children.

Michael Ondaatje

By Ed Jewinski

Michael Ondaatje`s life is as intense?and at times as dramatic?as his poetry and fiction. His writing is usually inspired by a single persistent image or vision?and no wonder, for as Ed Jewinski`s biography reveals, much of Ondaatje`s life has been a series of intense moments ... Read more

Milton Acorn and His Works

By Ed Jewinski

A study of Canadian poet, writer and playwright Milton Acorn.

Mini Musings

By Keith Garebian

Inspired by American playwright Sarah Ruhl?s 100 Essays I Don?t Have Time to Write, his book is a series of miniature reflections, meditations, and ruminations on subjects encompassing matters of theatre and poetry, two subjects very close to Garebian?s heart. The titles alone ... Read more

Monet's Garden

By John Lent

"...John Lent has written a book of tender short stories which carries the kind of insight that encourages the reader to read on. His use of detail including the familiarity of Western Canadian landmarks creates an introspective that draws out aspects of Canadian culture ... Read more

Moral Metafiction

By Donna Pennee

Examines Findley`s novels, from The Last of the Crazy People through The Telling of Lies, for the ways in which their use of metafictive devices pose specifically ethical challenges for readers. Findley`s novels dramatize the process of interpretation and interrogation of dominant ... Read more

Moral Predicament

By George Woodcock

Canadian Fiction Studies are an answer to every librarian`s, student`s, and teacher`s wishes. Each book, about 80 pages in length, contains clear, readable information on a major Canadian novel. These studies are carefully designed readings of the novels; they are not substitutes ... Read more

Muthologos

By Charles Olson
Edited by Ralph Maud

Charles Olson’s insistence that the public value of any articulation is inseparable from the particulars of the time and place of its origins resulted in the proprioceptive methodology of his composition?in his speech and his writing, in both poetry and prose. Olson did not ... Read more