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  1. Imaginative and Historical Truth in Wiebe’s The Mad Trapper
  2. Nancy Bailey
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  1. F.P. Grove and the “Alien” Immigrant in the West
  2. Terrence L. Craig
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  1. “Amongst the Assemblies We Hope No More”: David Willson’s Writings on His Separation from the Quakers
  2. Thomas M.F. Gerry
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  1. “If Words Won’t Do, and Symbols Fail”: Hodgins’ Magic Reality
  2. Cecelia Coulas Fink
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  1. The Process of Definition: Nationality in Sara Jeannette Duncan’s Early International Novels
  2. Misao Dean
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  1. Canadian Newspaper Reviews of Frederick Brown
  2. Yashdip Singh Bains
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  1. The Biographer’s Dilemma
  2. Thomas Tausky
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