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viewing issueVolume 48, Number 4, Summer 1979
Table of Contents
- Unnamed Country: The Struggle for a Prairie Fiction by Dick Harrison, and: The New Land: Studies in a Literary Theme ed. by Richard Chadbourne and Hallvard Dahlie, and: The Leavises, the ‘Social,’ and the Left by Garry Watson, and: The Compass: A Provincial Review ed. by John Baxter, Colin Ross, and John Thompson (review)
- pp. 440-445
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