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11.2 (Spring 1989): Margaret Atwood/Canadian Literature


Margaret Atwood


  • Jeanne Delbaere-Garant, "Surfacing: Retracing the Boundaries", 1
  • Valérie Augier, "An Analysis of Surfacing by Margaret Atwood", 11
  • Jacques Leclaire, "Enclosure and Disclosure in Surfacing by Margaret Atwood", 18
  • Pierre Spriet, "Margaret Atwood's Post-modernism in Murder in the Dark", 24
  • Dorothy Jones, "Not Much Balm in Gilead", 31
  • Michael Foley, "Satiric Intent in the 'Historical Notes' Epilogue of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale", 44

Canadian Literature

  • Sylvia Albertazzi, "Beautiful Travellers: Notes on Postmodern Fiction", 53
  • Simone Vautier, "On Carol Shield's 'Mrs Turner Cutting the Grass'", 63
  • Héliane Daziron, "Of Beasts and Stones: 'Mrs Cross and Mrs Kidd' by Alice Munro", 75
  • An Interview with Miriam Waddington, 83
  • An Interview with Mavis Gallant, 95


  • Viktor Link, "The African Magician and his Western Audience: Norms in Nadine Gordimer's 'The African Magician'", 104
  • Alain Geoffroy, "Dreams in Doris Lessing's The Grass is Singing", 110


  • James Wieland, The Ensphering Mind, 121
  • Doireann MacDermott and Susan Ballyn, eds., A Passage to Somewhere, 122
  • W. H. New, A History of Canadian Literature, 123
  • Robert L. Ross, Australian Literary Criticism–1945-1988, An Annotated Bibligraphy, 124
  • ATCAL Reading Guides: African, Caribbean and Indo British Literature for the Classroom, 125
  • Cyril Dabydeen, A Shapely Fire, Changing the Literary Landscape, 126
  • Selwyn R. Cudjoe, V. S. Naipaul, A Materialist Reading, 126
  • A. R. F. Webber, Those that Be in Bondage: A Tale of Indian Indentures and Sunlit Western Waters, 126

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