2 edition of Literary History of Canada found in the catalog.
Literary History of Canada
January 1, 1990
by University of Toronto Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||492|
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Literary History of Canada: Canadian Literature in English, Volume IV 2nd Edition by W.H. New (Editor)Price: $ Literary History of Canada: Canadian Literature in English (3 Volume Set) Paperback – February 1, by Carl F. Klinck (Editor), Alfred G.
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Hailed as a landmark in Canadian literary scholarship when it was originally published inthe Literary History of Canada is now being reissued, revised and enlarged, in three volumes.
This major effort of a large group of scholars working in the field of English-language Canadian literature provides a comprehensive, up-to-date reference work.
The Canadian Historical Review. Literary History of Canada: Canadian Literature in English ed. by Carl F. Klinck (review) The Canadian Historical Review. University of Toronto Press. Vol Number 1, March : Phyllis Grosskurth. development of Canadian literary criticism In Canadian literature: Modern period, –60 the first edition of the Literary History of Canada (), called the “garrison mentality”—were being broken and cast off.
Halifax, in the colony of Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick’s Fredericton were the scenes of the earliest literary flowering in Canada.
The first literary journal, the Nova-Scotia Magazine, was published in Halifax in Literary History of Canada: Carl F. Klinck, General Editor; University of Toronto Press; pp. xiv, ; Some years ago, a group of editors met to draw up the first tentative plans for a history of English Canadian literature.
What we then dreamed of is substantially what we have got, changed very little in essentials. The Literary Review of Canada was founded in by Patrice Dutil “to be a place of serious discussion about book, politics and the important ideas of our time,” according to its website.
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