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Tolstoy and Tolstaya's legacy is still regarded as one of the greatest contributions to Russian history and world literature, while their daily life has been recorded through their correspondence. This work presents the last 239 letters plus 11 hitherto unpublished letters between the spouses, painting a remarkable portrait of their...
"Fascism, states Jean-Frederic Legare Tremblay, is a kind of spectre that comes back to haunt us in many forms." Fifty years after Adrien Arcand's death, his legacy continues to challenge us. How could such ideas threatening to minorities have flourished in our presumably inclusive society?
Conversations with Trotsky provides a unique insight into Canadian Trotskyism during the Radical 1930s through an original collection of Birney's work.
This collection written by professors experiencing the journey to tenure in education puts the reader in the writer's shoes to provide insight for those who are considering this path, as well as for policy makers.
As we commemorate the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death, the most translated and performed playwright in the world continues to live on in our imagination. How might we historicize Shakespeare's influence in Canada?
Alice Munro's Miraculous Art is a collection of sixteen original essays on Nobel laureate Alice Munro's writings.
Robert Frost, the modern American poet, claimed 'poetry' was what is lost in translation. This refreshing yet rigorous and extensive examination of the art and science of versification and translation focuses on the poem while offering a broad overview of the technical terminology involved.
Malcolm Lowry's Poetics of Space offers a collection of exciting, new, and often controversial readings which seek to readdress not only Lowry's master work, Under the Volcano, but also many of his other writings.
Translocated Modernisms focuses on the other lost generations of expatriates from modernism's global peripheries-principally but not exclusively from Canada-who travelled to and through Paris in the early to mid-20th century.