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Routledge Introductions to Canadian Literature


About the Series

Series Editors:

Robert Lecker, McGill University

Lorraine York, McMaster University

Routledge Introductions to Canadian Literature is a series that provides critical introductions to important trends, issues, authors, historical, cultural and intellectual contexts in Canadian Literature. The series draws on the work of experts in the field to provide a detailed but accessible commentary on those works or conceptual issues which are taught with undergraduate students in mind but also graduate students and instructors.

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The Routledge Introduction to Auto/biography in Canada

The Routledge Introduction to Auto/biography in Canada

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Sonja Boon, Laurie McNeill, Julie Rak, Candida Rifkind
December 02, 2022

The Routledge Introduction to Canadian Auto/biography explores the exciting world of nonfiction writing about the self, designed to give teachers and students the tools they need to study both canonical and lesser-known works. The volume introduces important texts and contexts for interpreting life...

The Routledge Introduction to Canadian Fantastic Literature

The Routledge Introduction to Canadian Fantastic Literature

1st Edition

By Allan Weiss
December 30, 2020

This study introduces the history, themes, and critical responses to Canadian fantastic literature. Taking a chronological approach, this volume covers the main periods of Canadian science fiction and fantasy from the early nineteenth century to the first decades of the twenty-first century. The ...

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