Floating the Borders: New Contexts in Canadian Literature

Floating the Borders New Contexts in Canadian Literature Literary Criticism Multicultural Studies In the past three decades Canadian writers of a diversity of backgrounds have challenged the traditional understanding of the term Canadian Literature its co

  • Title: Floating the Borders: New Contexts in Canadian Literature
  • Author: Nurjehan Aziz
  • ISBN: 9780920661802
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • Literary Criticism Multicultural Studies In the past three decades, Canadian writers of a diversity of backgrounds have challenged the traditional understanding of the term Canadian Literature, its conventions and its boundaries Critics of a similar diversity have come together in this volume to provide the contexts for some of the best new Canadian writing being done tLiterary Criticism Multicultural Studies In the past three decades, Canadian writers of a diversity of backgrounds have challenged the traditional understanding of the term Canadian Literature, its conventions and its boundaries Critics of a similar diversity have come together in this volume to provide the contexts for some of the best new Canadian writing being done today Rohinton Mistry, Cyril Dabydeen, Dionne Brand, Cecil Foster, M G Vassanji, Shani Mootoo, Josef Skvorecky, Neil Bissoondath, Rienzi Crusz, Lawrence Hill, Andre Alexis, Pier de Giorgio Cicco, Mary di Michele, Fred Wah, Evelyn Lau, and others are included The end of this volume contains incisive reviews of books.

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