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bill bissett: Essays on His Works
This collection of essays is an attempt by various family members to define a brother...
Sharon Pollock: Essays on Her Works
This collection of essays is the first book on Sharon Pollock's work, a career which...
Nicole Brossard: Essays on Her Works
Sensual and compelling, the simple words of Nicole Brossard's writings slip in unexpected ways into...
Don McKay: Essays on His Works
Over the past thirty years, Don McKay has created one of the most original bodies...
Barry Callaghan: Essays on His Works
A great story teller, Barry Callaghan is one of the most distinctive man of letters...
Louis Dudek: Essays on His Works
The critical essays that make up this book demonstrate the integrity and coherence of Montreal's...
This collection of essays examines the varied and influential work of Montreal writer Gail Scott, the feminist and experimental writer who placed Quebec women's writing on the map. Whether working as a bilingual journalist covering political and cultural events in 1970s Quebec, an anglophone writing with the many languages of Montreal in her ears, or a queer writer whose work with "new narrative" links her with writers across the United States, Scott transforms the spaces between communities into spaces of cultural and intellectual possibility. These essays explore her novels, essays, and short stories, which engage a range of issues central...
Gail Scott: Essays on Her Works
Mary Di Michele: Essays on Her Works
Pier Giorgio Di Cicco: Essays on His Works
Drew Hayden Taylor: Essays on His Works
Africadian Atlantic: Essays on George Elliott Clarke
David Helwig: Essays on His Works
Al Purdy: Essays on His Works
Maria Mazziotti Gillan: Essays on Her Works
Jack Hodgins: Essays on His Works
Clark Blaise: The Interviews
Clark Blaise: Essays on His Works
Mary Melfi: Essays on Her Works
Sheila Watson: Essays on Her Works