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Literary history of Canada.

Carl F. Klinck

Literary history of Canada.

by Carl F. Klinck

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Published in Toronto .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination945 s
Number of Pages945
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21900506M
ISBN 100802051472

OCLC Number: Notes: "Reprinted with corrections , "--Title page verso. Includes index. Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm: Responsibility.   A Canadian literature which is American in a Continental sense, which possesses an understanding of Canada not as a reaction to forces outside of its control but as a being in and of itself, would be both a liberation from and a fulfillment of the promises of the Canadian literature of the s.

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As a bilingual nation, Canada has a long history of both English and French-Canadian literary talent. From the earliest iterations of French-Canadian writing — with bilingual newspapers in Québec, and Michel Bibaud’s seminal Histoire du Canada published in — French-Canadian writers have been proving their literary chops for centuries.. The 20th and early 21st centuries have been. A list of books that are set in any given historical period of Canadian History. Criteria for this list include: at least 25% of the book must take place in Canada, The book .


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Hailed as a landmark in Canadian literary scholarship when it was originally published inthe Literary History of Canada is now being reissued, revised and enlarged, in three volumes.

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This major effort of a large group of scholars working in the field of English-language Canadian literature provides a comprehensive, up-to-date reference work. Book Description: This new volume of theLiterary History of Canadacovers the continuing development of English-Canadian writing from to As with the three earlier volumes, this book is an invaluable guide to recent developments in English-Canadian literature and a resource for both the general reader and the specialist researcher.

Ina team of historians, librarians, and literary scholars from across the country joined the growing number of researchers around the world studying print culture on a national scale and took up the task of producing a history Literary history of Canada.

book Canada. Volume one of the History of the Book in Canada &#x; the first of three volumes in this collaborative project &#x; examines the role of print. Halifax, in the colony of Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick’s Fredericton were the scenes of the earliest literary flowering in Canada.

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Hailed as a landmark in Canadian literary scholarship when it was originally published inthe Literary History of Canada is now being reissued, revised and enlarged, in three volumes.

This major effort of a large group of scholars working in the field of English-language Canadian literature provides a comprehensive, up-to-date reference work.

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The Canadian Encyclopedia includes a variety of articles about literature in Canada, both fiction and non-fiction, gathered by topic in this collection. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Klinck, Carl F. (Carl Frederick), Literary history of Canada.

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