Vol 29, No 3 (2003)

Table of Contents

Readers' Forum

Readers’ Forum Introduction
Michael O'Driscoll
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1-3
Making a Bad Law Worse
Stan Persky , John Dixon
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4-10
Protecting “Pursuits that Relate to the Culture of the Country”: Advocating for the Artistic Merit Defence in Bill C-12
Frank Addario , Megan Davis Williams , James Missen
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11-17
Submission of the Writers’ Union of Canada to The Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights on Bill C-20
Writers’ Union of Canada
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18-24
“Making up Stories”: Law and Imagination in Contemporary Canada
Lorraine Weir
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25-33
Children’s Literature as Child Pornography
Perry Nodelman
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34-39
Lyric Pronouncements, the Cachet of the Offended Reader, and the Limits of “The Public Good”
Natasha Hurley
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40-51

Articles

The Knowledge of Canada / The Canada of Knowledge: Representing the Nation in Canadian Reference Books
Victor Shea , William Whitla
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52-89
Kingdom of Ends: Nation, Post-Nation and National Character in Northrop Frye
Adam Carter
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90-115
Justice and the Pathos of Understanding in Michael Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost
Jon Kertzer
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116-138
The PseudoHerodotean Origins of The English Patient
Vernon Provencal
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139-165
“You Must Remember This”: Traumatic Postmemory and the “Cold War” Construction of Canon in Joyce Carol Oates’s Recent Fiction
David R. Jarraway
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166-183
Gifts, Goods and Gods: H. D., Freud and Trauma
Ariela Freedman
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184-199
Travel Writing at the End of Empire: A Pom Named Bruce and the Mad White Giant
Douglas Ivison
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200-219
Whose Story is It, Anyway? Or… Power and Difference in The Book of Jessica: Implications for Theories of Collaboration
David Jefferess
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220-241

Review Articles

Reading Frye
James Steele
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242-249

Book Reviews

Lisa Wood. Modes of Discipline: Women, Conservatism, and the Novel after the French Revolution.
Sharon Alker
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250-253
Paul Whitfi eld White and Suzanne R. Westfall, eds. Shakespeare and Theatrical Patronage in Early Modern England.
Derek Cohen
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253-258
Marshall Brown, ed. The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism. Vol. 5: Romanticism.
Angela Esterhammer
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258-261
Raymond E. Jones and Jon C. Stott. Canadian Children’s Books: A Critical Guide to Authors and Illustrators.
James Gellert
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262-265
Helen M. Buss, D. L. Macdonald, and Anne McWhir, eds. Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley: Writing Lives.
Anthony John Harding
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265-269
Martin Kreiswirth and Thomas Carmichael, eds. Constructive Criticism: The Human Sciences in the Age of Theory.
Jonathan L. Hart
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270-273
Paul Keen. The Crisis of Literature in the 1790s: Print Culture and the Public Sphere.
Gary Kelly
274-276
Peter Gibian. Oliver Wendell Holmes and the Culture of Conversation.
Thomas Loebel
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276-279
Margo Swiss and David A. Kent, eds. Speaking Grief in English Literary Culture: Shakespeare to Milton.
Brent Nelson
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280-283
Kathryn Carter, ed. The Small Details of Life: 20 Diaries by Women in Canada, 1830–1990.
Julie Rak
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283-286
Lorraine York. Rethinking Women’s Collaborative Writing: Power, Difference, Property.
Wendy Robbins
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287-290
Sylvia Bowerbank and Sara Mendelson, eds. Paper Bodies: A Margaret Cavendish Reader.
Marta Straznicky
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290-292
Deborah Kennedy. Helen Maria Williams and the Age of Revolution.
Eleanor Ty
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293-295

Editorial Notices

How and When Shall We Commit Suicide?
Katherine Durnin , Valerie Henitiuk
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296-297

Colophon

Colophon
English Studies in Canada
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298-299