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At Alberta

By Nathalie Stephens

The talks collected in AT ALBERTA have as their ironic coincidence: place. Spatially concurrent, they were all delivered in Edmonton. They deliberately thwart the systematic treatment of genre, translation, desire, and territorialisation through reiterated displacement, subterfuge ... Read more

Austin Clarke

Edited by Camille A. Isaacs

A collection of essays on one of Toronto? best-known and loved writers-politicians-social commentators. The essays on Austin Clarke? writings will be paired with a full-length poem that displays both Austin? acerbic wit and tenderness.

Bricoleur & His Sentences, The

By Stan Dragland

The Bricoleur and His Sentences is about reading, and about writing and thinking conducted with an ardent scepticism, a muscular dance between yes and but. On its way to a lively discussion of literary rhetoric and a gathering of sentences illustrating same, this book formulates ... Read more

Canadian Literature at the Crossroads of Language and Culture

By Barbara Godard

Canadian Literature at the Crossroads of Language and Culture is the first book to gather together essays by Barbara Godard, one of the leading and most prolific figures in the field of Canadian studies.

Godard has long been one of the most influential readers of Canadian literature. ... Read more

Confluences 1: Essays on the New Canadian Literature

Edited by Nurjehan Aziz

These essays by accomplished literary critics begin an examination of some of the most exciting new writing to emerge in Canada in the last four decades, following the postcolonial wave of immigration of the 1960s and 70s. Employing a variety of approaches and bringing together ... Read more

Covenant in Wonder with the World, A

By J. Edward Chamberlin

In this 2010 Grand River Forum Lecture, Ted Chamberlin describes how stories give shape and substance to the things we believe in, from scientific theories and sacred texts to literary tales and philosophical propositions. They promote ideals and identities, and sustain institutions ... Read more

Covenant in Wonder with the World, A

By Edward J. Chamberlin

In this 2010 Grand River Forum Lecture, Ted Chamberlin describes how stories give shape and substance to the things we believe in, from scientific theories and sacred texts to literary tales and philosophical propositions. They promote ideals and identities, and sustain institutions ... Read more

Daniel David Moses

Edited by Tracey Lindberg & David Brundage

This work is a compelling examination and discussion of the work of Daniel David Moses. Including pieces by Indigenous and non-Indigenous authors, storytellers, playwrights, academics and artists, participating in narratives, writing and dialogues about Moses and his work, the ... Read more

David Helwig

Edited by Ingrid Ruthig

To date, Canadian poet, novelist, and essayist David Helwig has published close to fifty books and edited numerous others. He has also written for television and radio, worked at the CBC, taught at Queen's University, been Poet Laureate of Prince Edward Island, and was named ... Read more