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Canadian Literature Index 1985 (Canadian Index Series)

Janet Fraser

Canadian Literature Index 1985 (Canadian Index Series)

by Janet Fraser

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Published by ECW Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bibliographies, catalogues, discographies,
  • Bibliographies & Indexes,
  • General,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages404
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11988384M
    ISBN 101550220136
    ISBN 109781550220131
    OCLC/WorldCa16183574

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Canadian Literature is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal of criticism and review, founded in and owned by the University of British journal publishes articles of criticism and reviews about Canadian literature in English and French by Canadian and international scholars.

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Indexes Canadian primary materials and secondary sources, with sections on finding poetry, short stories, novels, plays, literary essays, critical essays, and book reviews. This index is a continuation of the Canadian Literature Index, REF PSCt ().Author: Elizabeth Gibson.

Forty-four English language anthologies are included in this index and guide to Canadian poetry. The introduction discusses the selection of the anthologies and the function of the index.

The book contains (1) a guide to Canadian poetry anthologies that includes biographical sources, history, and criticism; (2) a selective list of Canadian poetry anthologies in print on July l; (3) a list Author: Margery Fee. In addition, all items were indexed twice a month in Canadian Current Law, where each book, article, government document, case comment and annotation was listed under its Library of Congress heading.

Two Indexes or Just One. Onthe Index to Canadian Legal Literature was officially relaunched by Carswell. The Cambridge History of Canadian Literature Howells, Coral A, and Eva-Marie Kröller, editors A complete English-language history of Canadian writing in English and French from its beginnings, with an emphasis on literary, poetic, and dramatic works published since the s.

Analyzes the emergence of multicultural and Indigenous writing. When Canadian Literature in English was first published by Longman in it was described (in the Modern Language Review) as `a standard reference work on the subject' and `the best critical account of its subject that we possess so far'.

The book was released in London and New York, as such things were done at the time, but never distributed particularly well in Canada, where it faded.

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The first accession of the library of the Canadian poet and lawyer F.R. Scott () came inthe gift of Mrs. Marian Scott. The library contains volumes of Canadian (English and French), American and English poetry from the s to the s, and much fiction, belles-lettres, non-Canadian literature, and books on political and.

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