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Collection Clues

By Lorna Irvine

A literary exploration of Margaret Atwood's Bodily Harm.

The Literary History of Saskatchewan

Edited by David Carpenter
Associate editor Kelly-Anne Riess

Volume 3 shifts its focus to Regina’s literary culture and to the coming generation of younger writers, but it continues to examine the best work from Saskatchewan. The impact, the relevance, the illuminations of our best writers’ work tend to move well beyond the borders ... Read more

The Literary History of Saskatchewan

Edited by David Carpenter

Progressions presents another batch of erudite and entertaining essays on a variety of topics covering Saskatchewan?s literary development, as well as tributes to some of the major con- tributors to that history, and a pictorial glimpse into the past.Writers stopped using typewriters, ... Read more

The Literary History of Saskatchewan Volume 3: Advances

Edited by David Carpenter & Kelly-Anne Riess

"The three volumes of this literary history constitute a bringing together of the best, the most influential, the most significant writing in our province... Many of our best books are nurtured by the history and the life of this province, but they spring into literature roughly ... Read more

The Literary History of Saskatchewan: Volume 1

By David Carpenter

Saskatchewan’s literary history is both colourful and complex. It is also mature enough to deserve a critical investigation of its roots and origins, its salient features and its prominent players. This collection of scholarly essays, conceptualized and compiled by well-known ... Read more