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  Volume 32, Issue 2-3, June/September 2006

Table of Contents

From: ESC: English Studies in Canada

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Why Do I Have to Write Like That?

pp. 1-3

Equal, That Is, to the Field Itself: Stylistic Mimesis in Critical Writing

pp. 4-8

Literary Disestablishmentarianism

pp. 9-13

Culture as Resource? The Function of Literary Research and Criticism in Canada

pp. 14-18

Confronting Change

pp. 19-23

Narrative Paralysis

pp. 24-27

The Mission Itself is in Question

pp. 28-31

The Undergarments of Style and My Secret Life of (Self)Censorship

pp. 32-38


Telling Tales Out of School, A Research in Society Lecture Delivered at the 2007 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences

pp. 39-54

From the 2006 ACCUTE Plenary Panel


pp. 55-62

Ethics and the Biographical Artifact: Doing Biography in the Academy Today

pp. 63-81

Sources and Artifacts: Some Comments on the Articles by Michael Millgate and Christine Wiesenthal

pp. 83-88

Postcolonial Nationalism

Imagined Innocence, Endlessly Mourned: Postcolonial Nationalism and Cultural Expression in Timothy Findley’s The Wars

pp. 89-113

Irish Literature is Not Comparative Literature

pp. 115-140

Tensions of Modernity in Flora Gomes’s The Blue Eyes of Yonta

pp. 141-156


Faith in the Faithless: An Inter(re)view with Linda Hutcheon

pp. 157-171

Review Articles

A Consilient Canon? Bridges to and from Evolutionary Literary Analysis

pp. 173-185

Updating Critical Spaces: Margaret Laurence and her Work

pp. 187-201

Book Reviews

Imperial Bibles, Domestic Bodies: Women, Sexuality, and Religion in the Victorian Market (review)

pp. 203-206

The Romantic National Tale and the Question of Ireland (review)

pp. 206-208

Paper Talk: A History of Libraries, Print Culture, and Aborginal Peoples in Canada before 1960 (review)

pp. 208-211

Muslim Narratives and the Discourse of English (review)

pp. 211-214

Utopia, Carnival, and Commonwealth in Renaissance England (review)

pp. 215-219

Approaches to Teaching English Renaissance Drama (review)

pp. 219-223

Sterne, the Moderns, and the Novel (review)

pp. 223-225

The Father and Daughter and Dangers of Coquetry (review)

pp. 226-228

Northrop Frye’s Notebooks on Romance (review)

pp. 229-232

Poets Thinking: Pope, Whitman, Dickenson, Yeats (review)

pp. 232-240

Modernism, Labour and Selfhood in British Literature and Culture, 1890–1930 (review)

pp. 240-242

Northrop Frye: Religious Visionary and Architect of the Spiritual World (review)

pp. 243-246

Women’s Writing in English: Early Modern England (review)

pp. 246-247

Curiouser: On the Queerness of Children (review)

pp. 248-252

Imagining Robin Hood: The Late-Medieval Stories in Historical Context (review)

pp. 252-255

McLuhan in Space: A Cultural Geography (review)

pp. 255-257

Genetic Criticism: Texts and Avant-textes (review)

pp. 258-262

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