Giving Canada a Literary History: A Memoir by Carl F. Klinck (Google eBook)

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, Nov 15, 1991 - Literary Criticism - 255 pages
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Contents

Acknowledgements
1923
Introduction
1925
190828
1943
2 Columbia and Toronto
11
3 Waterloo and Europe
21
4 Wilfred Campbell
29
5 Laying the Foundations
43
6 Research into the Literature of the Canadas
59
8 Literary History of Canada
103
9 Canadian Writers and the New Canadian Library
23
10 Later Research
1945
11 The 1970s and Retirement
1977
Afterword
Bibliography
Index
Copyright

7 Canadian Anthology
87

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About the author (1991)

Professor Djwa is the author of "E.J. Pratt: The Evolutionary Vision" and a biography of F. R. Scott, "The Politics of the Imagination" (1987). She has edited Karl Klinck's memoirs, "Karl Klinck: Giving Canada a Literary History" (1991). Her biography of Roy Daniells is forthcoming from the University of Toronto Press, and she is now beginning a biography of P.K. Page.

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