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Contexts of Canadian criticism.

Author: Eli Mandel
Publisher: Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1971]
Series: Patterns of literary criticism, 9.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eli Mandel
ISBN: 0226502988 9780226502984 0226502996 9780226502991 0802017797 9780802017796 0802017800 9780802017802
OCLC Number: 482167
Description: vii, 304 pages 22 cm.
Contents: The social and historical context: Brown, E.K. Canadian poetry. Morton, W.L. The relevance of Canadian history. Innis, H.A. The strategy of culture. Kilbourn, W. The writing of Canadian history. Underhill, F.H. French-English relations in Canada. Grant, G. The disappearance of Canada.--The theoretical context: Frye, N. The road of excess. McLuhan, M. The medium is the message. Sparshott, F. Art and criticism.--Patterns of criticism: Frye, N. Preface to an uncollected anthology. Wilson, M. Recent Canadian verse. West, P. Ethos and epic: aspects of contemporary Canadian poetry. McDougall, R.L. The dodo and the cruising auk: class in Canadian literature. Tallman, W. Wolf in the snow. Kreisel, H. The prairie: a state of mind. Livesay, D. The documentary poem: a Canadian genre.--Bibliography (p. 283-293).
Series Title: Patterns of literary criticism, 9.
Responsibility: Edited and with an introd. by Eli Mandel.

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