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  Volume 41, Issue 2, 2014

Table of Contents


Editor’s Note / Note du directeur

pp. 106-111

Rejuvenating T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land

pp. 112-125

Ma Jian and Gao Xingjian: Intellectual Nomadism and Exilic Consciousness in Sinophone Literature

pp. 126-146

Alexeï Tsvetkov et Laurent Fourcaut : Renouvellement du sonnet amoureux

pp. 147-155

Towards a Common Civilization: G. Lowes Dickinson, China, and Global Humanism

pp. 156-173

The Good and the Read: Literary Value and Readership in Canadian Literature

pp. 174-182

Comparative Literature in Canada / La Littérature Comparée au Canada

A Brief Opening

pp. 183-184

Brève ouverture

pp. 185-186

You and Me: Relational Ontologies in Canadian Comparative Literature

pp. 187-190

La littérature comparée et son extension prochaine: les espaces vidéo-ludiques

pp. 191-193

The Road Less Travelled: A Student’s Perspective on Exploring Uncharted Literary Territory Terrain in Graduate Research Projects

pp. 194-196

Meeting Ground: Considering the Place, Value and Choice of Comparative Literature

pp. 197-200

Critical Regionalism and Comparative Literature

pp. 201-202

The Nuances of Comparing or Justifying Comparative Literature Programs

pp. 203-205

The Comparative Impetus: Thoughts on the Changing Landscape of Comparative Literature

pp. 206-208

Comparative Literature in Canada: A Testimony from Below

pp. 209-212

On the State of Comparative Literature in Canada

pp. 213-215

Towards a Globalectical Reading of Comparative Canadian Literature

pp. 216-219

Comparative Literature and the Adjunct

pp. 220-222

Une nouvelle Weltanschauung : Manifestation de l’esprit moderne dans l’art dramatique

pp. 223-225

Shake Up, not Shake-Down: Comparative Literature as a Twenty-First Century Discipline

pp. 226-229

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