New discusses the ways in which Canadian writing, through images of land and space, expresses various assumptions about social values. In addition to wide range of literary texts, he also draws upon geography, the social sciences, and the visual arts.Sitting in the Club Car Drinking Rum and Karma-Kola: A Manual of Etiquette for Ladies Ccrossing Canada by Train. Winlaw, BC: Polestar, 1986. ... New Brunswick, NJ, aamp; London: Rutgers UP, 1987- Kaiser, Rudolf. a#39;Chief Seattlea#39;s Speech(es):anbsp;...
|Author||:||William H. New|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 1997|