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  1. Emergent Fiction
  2. Shazia Hafiz Ramji
  3. pp. 203-221
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  1. Established Fiction
  2. Reinhold Kramer
  3. pp. 222-245
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  1. Poetry
  2. Nicholas Bradley
  3. pp. 245-265
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  1. Traductions/Translations
  2. Hélène Rioux
  3. pp. 265-281
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  1. Out of the Sun: On Race and Storytelling by Esi Edugyan (review)
  2. Maureen Moynagh
  3. pp. 282-283
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  1. Global University Rankings and the Politics of Knowledge ed. by Michelle Stack (review)
  2. Miguel Antonio Lim
  3. p. 284
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  1. Refugee States: Critical Refugee Studies in Canada ed. by Vinh Nguyen and Thy Phu (review)
  2. Jonathan Nash
  3. pp. 285-287
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  1. Indigenous Celebrity: Entanglements with Fame ed. by Jennifer Adese and Robert Alexander Innes (review)
  2. Susan Birkwood
  3. pp. 289-291
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  1. Indigenous Methodologies: Characteristics, Conversations, and Contexts by Margaret Kovach (review)
  2. Sarina Perchak
  3. pp. 291-292
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  1. Ukraine, the Middle East and the West by Thomas M. Prymak (review)
  2. Michael B. Bishku
  3. pp. 292-294
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  1. Relation and Resistance: Racialized Women, Religion, and Diaspora ed. by Sailaja Krishnamurti and Becky R. Lee (review)
  2. Sasha Sabherwal
  3. pp. 294-296
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  1. Demanding Equality: One Hundred Years of Canadian Feminism by Joan Sangster (review)
  2. Rebecca Priegert Coulter
  3. pp. 296-297
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  1. Languages of Trauma: History, Memory, and Media ed. by Peter Leese, Julia Barbara Koehne, and Jason Crouthamel (review)
  2. Iro Filippaki
  3. pp. 298-300
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  1. Mass Capture: Chinese Head Tax and the Making of Non-Citizens by Lily Cho (review)
  2. Anna Butler-Koo
  3. pp. 300-301
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  1. On Property: Policing, Prisons, and the Call for Abolition by Rinaldo Walcott (review)
  2. Rohan Ghatage
  3. pp. 303-304
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  1. Higher Teaching: A Handbook for New Post-secondary Faculty by John Oughton (review)
  2. Michael Greenstein
  3. pp. 304-305
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  1. Hungry Listening: Resonant Theory for Indigenous Sound Studies by Dylan Robinson (review)
  2. Sierra Edd
  3. pp. 307-309
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  1. L.M. Montgomery and Gender ed. by E. Holly Pike and Laura M. Robinson (review)
  2. Wendy Roy
  3. pp. 309-310
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  1. A Short History of the Blockade: Giant Beavers, Diplomacy, and Regeneration in Nishnaabewin by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson (review)
  2. Morgan Mowatt
  3. pp. 310-311
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  1. Narratology in Practice by Mieke Bal (review)
  2. Daniel Aureliano Newman
  3. pp. 312-313
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  1. Hysteria in Performance by Jenn Cole (review)
  2. Tanya Augsburg
  3. pp. 313-314
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  1. A New Field in Mind: A History of Interdisciplinarity in the Early Brain Sciences by Frank W. Stahnisch (review)
  2. Julia Gruevska
  3. pp. 315-316
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  1. Royally Wronged: The Royal Society of Canada and Indigenous Peoples ed. by Constance Backhouse et al. (review)
  2. Donald Wright
  3. pp. 316-318
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  1. Digital Performance in Canada ed. by David Owen (review)
  2. Kelsey Jacobson
  3. pp. 318-319
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  1. Canada to Ireland: Poetry, Politics, and the Shaping of Canadian Nationalism 1788–1900 by Michele Holmgren (review)
  2. Gerald Lynch
  3. pp. 320-322
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  1. Inventing the Thrifty Gene: The Science of Settler Colonialism by Travis Hay (review)
  2. Lorenzo Veracini
  3. pp. 322-324
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  1. Daughters of Aataentsic: Life Stories from Seven Generations by Kathryn Magee Labelle (review)
  2. Kristalyn Shefveland
  3. pp. 324-325
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  1. The Court and Its Critics: Anti-Court Sentiments in Early Modern Italy by Paola Ugolini (review)
  2. Caroline Castiglione
  3. pp. 326-327
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  1. Men Out of Focus: The Soviet Masculinity Crisis in the Long Sixties by Marko Dumančić (review)
  2. Tatyana V. Bakhmetyeva
  3. pp. 327-329
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  1. Falsehood and Fallacy: How to Think, Read, and Write in the Twenty-first Century by Bethany Kilcrease (review)
  2. Nathan P. Gilmour
  3. pp. 329-330
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  1. Disruptive Prisoners: Resistance, Reform, and the New Deal by Chris Clarkson and Melissa Munn (review)
  2. Jordan House
  3. pp. 330-331
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  1. The United States of Medievalism ed. by Tison Pugh and Susan Aronstein (review)
  2. Iona Lister
  3. pp. 334-335
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  1. Angles on a Kingdom: East Anglian Identities from Bede to Ælfric by Joseph Grossi (review)
  2. Catherine A.M. Clarke
  3. pp. 335-337
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  1. Ours by Every Law of Right and Justice: Women and the Vote in the Prairie Provinces by Sarah Carter (review)
  2. Katie Pickles
  3. pp. 337-338
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  1. William Blake: Modernity and Disaster ed. by Tilottama Rajan and Joel Faflak (review)
  2. Linda Freedman
  3. pp. 338-340
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  1. Politics and the British Novel in the 1970s by J. Russell Perkin (review)
  2. Alice Ridout
  3. pp. 340-341
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  1. Dadibaajim: Returning Home through Narrative by Helen Olsen Agger (review)
  2. Petra Fachinger
  3. pp. 341-343
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  1. Spanish Fascist Writing ed. by Justin Crumbaugh and Nil Santiáñez (review)
  2. Sebastiaan Faber
  3. pp. 343-344
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  1. The Uncomfortable Pew: Christianity and the New Left in Toronto by Bruce Douville (review)
  2. Kevin Flatt
  3. pp. 345-346
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  1. On the Queerness of Early English Drama: Sex in the Subjunctive by Tison Pugh (review)
  2. Jenna McKellips
  3. pp. 346-348
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  1. In the Public Good: Eugenics and the Law in Ontario by C. Elizabeth Koester (review)
  2. Daniel R. Meister
  3. pp. 348-349
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  1. Hall-Dennis and the Road to Utopia: Education and Modernity in Ontario by Josh Cole (review)
  2. Patrice Milewski
  3. pp. 349-351
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  1. Chinese Science Fiction during the Post-Mao Cultural Thaw by Hua Li (review)
  2. Astrid Møller-Olsen
  3. pp. 351-352
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  1. Callings and Consequences: The Making of Catholic Vocational Culture in Early Modern France by Christopher Lane (review)
  2. Alison Forrestal
  3. pp. 352-354
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  1. Alone Together: Poetics of the Passions in Late Medieval Iberia by Henry Berlin (review)
  2. Raúl Álvarez Moreno
  3. pp. 354-356
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  1. Boom Kids: Growing Up in the Calgary Suburbs, 1950–1970 by James A. Onusko (review)
  2. Tamara Myers
  3. pp. 356-357
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  1. The Saint and the Count: A Case Study for Reading Like a Historian by Leah Shopkow (review)
  2. Mary Lynn Rampolla
  3. pp. 358-359
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  1. Screen Captures: Film in the Age of Emergency by Stephen Lee Naish (review)
  2. Andi Gilker
  3. pp. 359-360
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  1. The End of the CBC? by David Taras and Christopher Waddell (review)
  2. Amanda Oye
  3. pp. 361-362
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  1. Indentured Servitude: Unfree Labour and Citizenship in the British Colonies by Anna Suranyi (review)
  2. Jenny Shaw
  3. pp. 362-363
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  1. Moments of Perception: Experimental Film in Canada by Stephen Broomer and Michael Zyrd (review)
  2. Brett Story
  3. pp. 363-364
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  1. Multispecies Modernity: Disorderly Life in Postcolonial Literature by Sundhya Walther (review)
  2. Nandini Thiyagarajan
  3. pp. 364-366
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  1. Queer Atlantic: Masculinity, Mobility, and the Emergence of Modernist Form by Daniel Hannah (review)
  2. Jess Shollenberger
  3. pp. 366-367
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  1. Writing the Empire: The McIlwraiths, 1853–1948 by Eva-Marie Kroller (review)
  2. Rob Kristofferson
  3. pp. 367-369
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  1. Canada 1919: A Nation Shaped by War ed. by Tim Cook and J.L. Granatstein (review)
  2. Andrew Iarocci
  3. pp. 369-370
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  1. Mosaic Fictions: Writing Identity in the Spanish Civil War by Emily Robins Sharpe (review)
  2. J. Ashley Foster
  3. pp. 370-372
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  1. The Long Emancipation: Moving Toward Black Freedom by Rinaldo Walcott (review)
  2. Barbara Gföellner
  3. pp. 372-373
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  1. Humanizing Mental Illness: Enhancing Agency through Social Interaction by Abigail Gosselin (review)
  2. Sarah Arnaud
  3. pp. 374-375
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  1. Health and Healing in the Early Modern Iberian World: A Gendered Perspective ed. by Margaret E. Boyle and Sarah E. Owens (review)
  2. Sarah Finley
  3. pp. 375-377
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  1. Dance on the Razor's Edge: Crime and Punishment in the Nazi Ghettos by Svenja Bethke (review)
  2. Noam Leibman
  3. pp. 378-380
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  1. In the Midst of Civilized Europe: The Pogroms of 1918–1921 and the Onset of the Holocaust by Jeffrey Veidlinger (review)
  2. John-Paul Himka
  3. pp. 380-381
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  1. Making and Breaking Settler Space: Five Centuries of Colonization in North America by Adam J. Barker (review)
  2. Mark T.S. Currie
  3. pp. 382-383
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  1. The Fight for History: 75 Years of Forgetting, Remembering, and Remaking Canada's Second World War by Tim Cook (review)
  2. William Armstrong
  3. pp. 383-384
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  1. Canadian Primal: Poets, Places, and the Music of Meaning by Mark Dickinson (review)
  2. Jonathan Locke Hart
  3. pp. 385-386
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  1. Communal Justice in Shakespeare's England: Drama, Law, and Emotion by Penelope Geng (review)
  2. Daniel Kennedy
  3. pp. 386-388
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  1. Kafka's Italian Progeny by Saskia Elizabeth Ziolkowski (review)
  2. Jennifer Burns
  3. pp. 388-389
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  1. Listening to the Fur Trade: Soundways and Music in the British North American Fur Trade, 1760–1840 by Daniel Robert Laxer (review)
  2. Cameron MacDonald
  3. pp. 389-391
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  1. This Strange Loneliness: Heaney's Wordsworth by Peter Mackay (review)
  2. Juan Christian Pellicer
  3. pp. 391-392
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  1. The Material Theory of Induction by John D. Norton (review)
  2. Adrià Segarra
  3. pp. 393-394
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  1. Communities of the Soul: A Short History of Religion in Puerto Rico by José E. Igartua (review)
  2. Jorge Duany
  3. pp. 394-395
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  1. Being German Canadian: History, Memory, Generations ed. by Alexander Freund (review)
  2. Hans Werner
  3. pp. 396-397
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  1. Warfare and Logistics along the US-Canadian Border during the War of 1812 by Christopher D. Dishman (review)
  2. Tanya Grodzinski
  3. pp. 397-399
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  1. The Sword of Luchana: Baldomero Espartero and the Making of Modern Spain, 1793–1879 by Adrian Shubert (review)
  2. Antonio Cazorla-Sanchez
  3. pp. 399-401
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  1. Shakespeare, the Renaissance and Empire, Volume II: Poetry, Philosophy and Politics by Jonathan Locke Hart (review)
  2. Nadezda Vashkevich
  3. pp. 401-402
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  1. No Better Home? Jews, Canada, and the Sense of Belonging ed. by David S. Koffman (review)
  2. Jack Lipinsky
  3. pp. 402-404
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  1. J'Accuse … ! (Poem versus Silence) by George Elliott Clarke (review)
  2. Wolfgang Klooß
  3. pp. 404-407
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  1. Chekhov's Children: Context and Text in Late Imperial Russia by Nadya L. Peterson (review)
  2. Angela Brintlinger
  3. pp. 407-408
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  1. Modest Hopes: Homes and Stories of Toronto's Workers from the 1820s to the 1920s by Don Loucks and Leslie Valpy (review)
  2. Adam D.K. King
  3. pp. 409-411
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  1. Future Possible ed. by Mireille Eagan (review)
  2. Barbara Lounder
  3. pp. 411-412
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  1. Portraits of Battle: Courage, Grief and Strength in Canada's Great War ed. by Peter Farrugia and Evan J. Habkirk (review)
  2. Marc Milner
  3. p. 413
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  1. An Army of Never-Ending Strength: Reinforcing the Canadians in Northwest Europe, 1944 by Arthur W. Gullachsen (review)
  2. Richard Overy
  3. pp. 414-415
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  1. The Far Shore: Indie Games, Superbrothers, and the Making of Jett by Adam Hammond (review)
  2. Felan Parker
  3. pp. 415-417
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  1. The Pedagogy of Images: Depicting Communism for Children ed. by Marina Balina and Serguei A. Oushakine (review)
  2. Silja Pitkänen
  3. pp. 417-418
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  1. Being and Its Surroundings by Gianni Vattimo (review)
  2. Victor M. Salas
  3. pp. 418-420
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  1. Language, Citizenship and Sámi Education in the Nordic North, 1900–1940 by Otso Kortekangas (review)
  2. Linus Salö
  3. pp. 420-421
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  1. Flight from Grace: A Cultural History of Humans and Birds by Richard Pope (review)
  2. Boria Sax
  3. pp. 422-423
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  1. Just the Usual Work: The Social Worlds of Ida Martin, Working Class Diarist by Michael Boudreau and Bonnie Huskins (review)
  2. Margaret Conrad
  3. pp. 423-424
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  1. White Coal City: A Memoir of Place and Family by Robert Boschman (review)
  2. James Hahn
  3. pp. 424-425
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  1. Beowulf as Children's Literature ed. by Bruce Gilchrist and Britt Mize (review)
  2. Kathleen Forni
  3. pp. 426-427
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  1. "Truth behind Bars": Reflections on the Fate of the Russian Revolution by Paul Kellogg (review)
  2. J.L. Black
  3. pp. 427-428
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  1. Portrait of an English Migration: North Yorkshire People in North America by William E. Van Vugt (review)
  2. David T. Gleeson
  3. pp. 428-430
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  1. Joseph Roberts Smallwood: Masthead Newfoundlander, 1900–1949 by Melvin Baker and Peter Neary (review)
  2. Edward Hollett
  3. pp. 430-432
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  1. Mischief Making: Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas, Art, and the Seriousness of Play by Nicola Levell (review)
  2. Laura A. Pearson
  3. pp. 432-433
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  1. Chocolate: How a New World Commodity Conquered Spanish Literature by Erin Alice Cowling (review)
  2. Nadia Fernández-de-Pinedo
  3. pp. 433-435
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  1. All Things in Common: A Canadian Family and Its Island Utopia by Ruth Compton Brouwer (review)
  2. Laurie Brinklow
  3. pp. 435-437
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  1. The Trial of Jeanne Catherine: Infanticide in Early Modern Geneva ed. by Sara Beam (review)
  2. Christopher Corley
  3. pp. 437-438
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  1. The Akunin Project: The Mysteries and Histories of Russia's Bestselling Author ed. by Elena V. Baraban and Stephen M. Norris (review)
  2. Mark Conliffe
  3. pp. 438-440
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  1. Revolutionary Routines: The Habits of Social Transformation by Carolyn Pedwell (review)
  2. Libe García Zarranz
  3. pp. 440-441
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  1. Persons and Other Things: Exploring the Philosophy of the Hebrew Bible by Mark Glouberman (review)
  2. Sol Goldberg
  3. pp. 441-443
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  1. Comparative Literature around the World: Global Practice ed. by Eugene Eoyang, Gang Zhou, and Jonathan Hart (review)
  2. Shang Wu
  3. pp. 443-444
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  1. The Life of Permafrost: A History of Frozen Earth in Russian and Soviet Science by Pey-Yi Chu (review)
  2. Julia Herzberg
  3. pp. 444-446
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  1. Dostoevsky at 200: The Novel in Modernity ed. by Katherine Bowers and Kate Holland (review)
  2. Val Vinokur
  3. pp. 446-448
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  1. Mennonite Farmers: A Global History of Place and Sustainability by Royden Loewen (review)
  2. Shelisa Klassen
  3. pp. 448-449
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  1. On Record: Audio Recording, Mediation, and Citizenship in Newfoundland and Labrador by Beverley Diamond (review)
  2. Paul Théberge
  3. pp. 449-451
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  1. Shakespeare, the Renaissance, and Empire. Vol. 2: Geography and Language by Jonathan Locke Hart (review)
  2. Laina Southgate
  3. pp. 451-453
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  1. The Grammar Rules of Affection: Passion and Pedagogy in Sidney, Shakespeare, and Jonson by Ross Knecht (review)
  2. Dustin Meyer
  3. pp. 453-454
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  1. Heavenly Fatherland: German Missionary Culture and Globalization in the Age of Empire by Jeremy Best (review)
  2. Stephen Morgan
  3. pp. 454-456
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  1. Authorized Heritage: Place, Memory, and Historic Sites in Prairie Canada by Robert Coutts (review)
  2. Nicole Neatby
  3. pp. 456-458
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  1. Roman
  2. Patrick Bergeron
  3. pp. 459-485
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  1. Nouvelle
  2. Michel Lord
  3. pp. 485-502
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  1. Poésie
  2. Élise Lepage
  3. pp. 502-521
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  1. Théâtre
  2. Nicole Nolette, Sarah Bangash
  3. pp. 522-548
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  1. Relations par lettres de l'Amérique septentrionale by Antoine-Denis Raudot (review)
  2. Sébastien Côté
  3. pp. 549-551
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  1. Archive(s), mémoire, art. Éléments pour une archivistique critique by Anne Klein (review)
  2. Ariane Brun del Re
  3. pp. 551-554
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  1. Paroles spectrales, lectures hantées. Médiation et transmission dans le témoignage concentrationnaire by Anne Martine Parent (review)
  2. Julie Delorme
  3. pp. 554-557
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  1. Écrire l'actualité : Edme Boursault spectateur de la cour et de la ville dir. by de Marie-Ange Croft et Françoise Gevrey (review)
  2. Constance Cartmill
  3. pp. 558-560
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  1. L'œil du maître. Figures de l'imaginaire colonial québécois by Dalie Giroux (review)
  2. Renald Bérubé
  3. pp. 560-565
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  1. Présences intermittentes des Amériques by Ariane Audet (review)
  2. Adina Balint
  3. pp. 565-569
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  1. Le rêve de Phonsine. Poétique / psychocritique du Cycle du Survenant de Germaine Guèvremont by David Décarie (review)
  2. Renald Bérubé
  3. pp. 569-574
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  1. L'envers du monde. Anne Hébert, Georges Bataille by Mélanie Beauchemin (review)
  2. Gaëtan Brulotte
  3. pp. 574-576
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  1. Parlons de nuit, de fureur et de poésie. Entretiens sur la lecture et la création littéraire by Gérald Gaudet (review)
  2. Gaëtan Brulotte
  3. pp. 576-582
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  1. Souvenirs de prison by Jules Fournier (review)
  2. Claude Grégoire
  3. pp. 582-583
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  1. Vie(s) d'Eugène Seers / Louis Dantin. Une biochronique littéraire by Pierre Hébert (review)
  2. Michel Lord
  3. pp. 583-586
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  1. Le fils du notaire. Jacques Ferron : genèse intellectuelle d'un écrivain by Marcel Olscamp (review)
  2. Michel Lord
  3. pp. 586-589
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  1. Avec ou sans Partis pris. Le legs d'une revue by de Gilles Dupuis et al. (review)
  2. Claude Grégoire
  3. pp. 589-590
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  1. Les années d'éclosion (1970-1978) by de Claude Janelle et Marc Ross Gaudreault (review)
  2. Michel Lord
  3. pp. 590-591
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  1. Manitobaines engagées by Lise Gaboury-Diallo et Michelle Smith (review)
  2. Isabelle Kirouac Massicotte
  3. pp. 596-599
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  1. Nulle part qu'en haut désir by Gaëtan Brulotte (review)
  2. Michel Lord
  3. pp. 599-600
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  1. Appelée à comparaître : la littérature dans les fictions québécoises du XXIe siècle by David Bélanger (review)
  2. Frédérique Collette
  3. pp. 600-604
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  1. Contributors/Collaborateurs
  2. pp. 605-608
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  1. Index to Books Reviewed/Index des ouvrages recensés
  2. pp. 609-615
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