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  2. Mark A. McCutcheon
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  2. Frank Davey
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  2. Brad Congdon
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  2. Erin Wunker
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  1. Academic Citizen Subjects
  2. Lily Cho
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  2. Ronald Tetreault
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  1. Authorship in Eighteen Hundred and Eleven: An Integral Approach
  2. Robert K. Lapp
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  2. Mark A. McCutcheon
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  1. Recountings: On Dickens’s Financial Memory
  2. Sara Malton
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  1. “You are one of us”: Communities of Marginality, Vulnerability, and Secrecy in Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace
  2. Maria J. Lopez
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  1. Crosstalk: Canadian and Global Imaginaries in Dialogue ed. by Diane Brydon and Marta Dvořák (review)
  2. Kit Dobson
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  2. Danielle Fuller
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  1. DisPossession: Haunting in Canadian Fiction by Marlene Goldman (review)
  2. Sarah Wylie Krotz
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  1. From Form to Meaning: Freshman Composition and the Long Sixties, 1957–1974 by David Fleming (review)
  2. Lucie Moussu
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  2. Donald W. Nichol
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  1. The Trouble with Sauling Around: Conversion in Ethnic American Autobiography, 1965–2002 by Madeline Ruth Walker (review)
  2. Simon Rolston
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  1. Introduction: Cynicism and/as Academic Citizenship
  2. Robert Zacharias
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  1. Authorship, Genre, and Copyright in the Romantic Period: Introduction
  2. Anthony John Harding
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  1. On Selecting Irving Layton’s Seductive Invective; or, an Addendum to Trehearne
  2. George Elliott Clarke
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