Imagining Culture: New World Narrative and the Writing of Canada
By: Margaret E. Turner (author)Paperback
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This book is concerned with the manner in which a new world culture represents itself, creates its own origins, and constructs and understands its construction of its own cultural history within the ambivalent discursive space of what has been called the middle ground of post-colonialism.
Margaret E. Turner is a specialist in Canadian literature living in Guelph, Ontario.
Introduction - here there be monsters; John Richardson - a world of our own creation; Frederick Philip Grove - no language of my own; Sheila Watson - on soft ground; Robert Kroetsch - re-placing language; Jane Urquhart - writing the New World; conclusion - imagining culture.
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