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viewing issueVolume 69, Number 4, Fall 2000
Table of Contents
- Aspects de la nouvelle contemporaine au Québec
- pp. 737-748
- Alice Munro and Charlotte Brontë
- pp. 783-825
- Temporality and Margaret Atwood
- pp. 849-870
- p. iii
- pp. 735-736
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