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This book explores the amazing journey of Anne Hebert's writing into English by people "in the middle" of the process of editing, publishing, distributing, and preservation.
By Laurie Kruk
The short story occupies a prominent place in Canadian literature and never more so than since Alice Munro's 2013 Nobel Prize for Literature. Kruk's work is a singularly original exploration of the layered "double-voicing" in the short fiction of eight acclaimed Canadian writers.
Travel back in time to the North-Eastern part of North America of the 1500s, when initial and sustained contacts between Europeans and Natives were being formed along increasingly developed trade routes.
This is the first critical edition of The God of Gods: A Canadian Play by Carroll Aikins. With an abundance of archival material, this volume offers a unique insight into early Canadian theatre and modernism.
Why has there been an upsurge in Canadians converting to Buddhism in recent decades and what does it mean to lead a Buddhist life in contemporary Canada? This book answers these questions and more athrough life stories richly complemented by images and contextual readings.
Eminent Frye scholar Robert D. Denham explores the connection between Frye and writers who influenced his thinking but about whom he never wrote anything extensive: Aristotle, Longinus, Joachim of Floris, Giordano Bruno, Henry Reynolds, Robert Burton, Kierkegaard, Lewis Carroll, St'phane Mallarm', Colin Still, Paul Tillich, and Frances A. Yates.
Explores the many forces that shape girls' and young women's experiences of privacy, identity, and equality in our digitally networked society. This collection presents the complex realities of digitized communications for girls and young women as revealed through the findings of The eGirls Project and other important research initiatives.
By Robert Smith
Engages the imagination to illustrate the power of mathematical modelling. This book brings together a highly skilled team of contributors to fend off a zombie uprising. It helps you to learn how modelling can advise government policy, and how theoretical results can be communicated to a nonmathematical audience.