Home Ground and Foreign Territory

Home Ground and Foreign Territory

Essays on Early Canadian Literature

Edited by: Janice Fiamengo

308 Pages · 9x6 · April 3 2014

Paper ISBN: 9780776621395

PDF ISBN: 9780776621418

ePub ISBN: 9780776621401

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Home Ground and Foreign Territory
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Introduction: Home Ground and Foreign Territory

  • Janice Fiamengo
Reflections on the Situation and Study of Early Canadian Literature in the Long Confederation Period
  • D. M. R. Bentley
Periodicals First: The Beginnings of Susanna Moodie’s Roughing It in the Bush and Pauline Johnson’s Legends of Vancouver
  • Carole Gerson
Rediscovering Re(Dis)covering: Back to the Second-Wave Feminist Future
  • Cecily Devereux
Lady Audley’s Secret versus The Abbot: Reconsidering the Form of Canadian Historical Fiction through the Content of Library Catalogues
  • Andrea Cabajsky
“Not Legitimately Gothic”: Spiritualism and Early Canadian Literature
  • Thomas Hodd
The Canadian Canon, Being “On the Other Side of the Latch” and Sara Jeannette Duncan’s Anglo-Indian Memoir
  • Christa Zeller Thomas
The Duelling Authors: Settler Imperatives and Agnes Laut’s Denigration of Pierre Falcon
  • Albert Braz
Anna’s Monuments: The Work of Mourning, the Gender of Melancholia and Canadian Women’s War Writing
  • Joel Baetz
Hidden Hunger: Early Canadian Women Poets
  • Wanda Campbell
Judging by Appearances: Thomas Chandler Haliburton and the Ontology of Early Canadian Spirits
  • Cynthia Sugars
Hallowed Spaces/Public Places: Women’s Literary Voices and The Acadian Recorder 1850–1870
  • Ceilidh Hart
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Recovering Minor Authors and the Pesky Question of Critical Evaluation
  • Jennifer Chambers
Texts and Contexts: CEECT’s Scholarly Editions
  • Mary Jane Edwards