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New perspectives on Margaret Laurence : poetic narrative, multiculturalism, and feminism

Author: Greta M Coger
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1996.
Series: Contributions in women's studies, no. 154.
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New perspectives on Margaret Laurence.
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1996
(OCoLC)604884328
Online version:
New perspectives on Margaret Laurence.
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1996
(OCoLC)607859955
Named Person: Margaret Laurence; Margaret Laurence; Margaret Laurence; Margaret Laurence; Margaret Laurence
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Greta M Coger
ISBN: 0313290423 9780313290428
OCLC Number: 32922577
Description: xxviii, 232 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Language, theme, and image in Laurence: Margaret Laurence: novelist-as-poet / Walter E. Swayze --
The angel and the living water: metaphorical networks and structural opposition in The stone angel / Michel Fabre --
Stacey Cameron MacAindra: the fire This time / Lyall H. Powers --
A world divided, a world divined: two North American fictions / Neil Besner --
pt. 2. Narrative structure in Laurence: Hagar Shipley's rage for life: narrative technique in The stone angel / Alice Bell --
"Sisters under their skins": A jest of God and The fire-dwellers / Nora Foster Stovel --
Coherence in A bird in the house / Bruce Stovel --
Dividing The diviners / Ken McLean --
pt. 3. Multiculturalism in Laurence: War in the Manawaka novels as macrocosm, fictionalized biography, and imaginative history / Greta M.K. McCormick Coger --
Margaret Laurence of Hargeisa: a discussion of A tree for poverty / Fiona Sparrow --
Margaret Laurence and the ancestral tradition / Cecil Abrahams --
"It was like the book says, but it wasn't": oral folk history in Laurence's The diviners / Lynn Pifer --
pt. 4. Feminist perspectives in Laurence: Self-alienation of the elderly in Margaret Laurence's fiction / Rosalie Murphy Baum --
Coming to terms with the image of the mother in The stone angel / Cynthia Taylor --
The subversive voice in The fire-dwellers / Mitzi Hamovitch --
Morag Gunn in fictional context: the career woman theme in The diviners / Susan Ward --
Wordsmith and woman: Morag Gunn's triumph through language / Laurie Lindberg --
Writing a woman's life: celebration, sorrow, and pathos in Margaret Laurence's memoir Dance on the earth / Alexandra Pett.
Series Title: Contributions in women's studies, no. 154.
Other Titles: Margaret Laurence
Responsibility: edited by Greta M. K. McCormick Coger.

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