Klaus Martens

The Canadian Alternative

Saarbrücker Beiträge zur vergleichenden Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Bd. 28

Book Cover: The Canadian Alternative
Editions:Paperback (Deutsch): € 24,80 EUR
ISBN: 978-3-8260-2636-2
Size: 15,90 x 24,10 cm
Pages: 1.465

R. Knetsch: Saarbrücken Days: The Canadian Alternative - R. M. Hébert: Some Fundamental Canadian Values - J. C. Lehr: Ethnicity, Space and Place in Canada's Cultural Archipelago: The Construction of Identity - H. Lutz: Canadian Multicultural Literatures: Ethnic Minorities and "AlterNatives" - P. Morris: From "Stalwart Peasant" to Canadian Citizen. Immigrant Identity in Early Twentiweth-Century Canadian Fiction - R. Heidenreich: Masks of Fiction: Two Canadian "Autobiographies" - K. Martens: Canada's First Bohemian: Frederick Philipp Grove - D. Lucking: "A second Eden just emerged from the waters of chaos": Making Things New in ,Roughing It in the Bush' - D. McCance: Editing a Literary Journal in Canada: the Mosaic Experience -- H. Reichenbächer: The Canadian Alternative in Public Broadcasting - A. Warken: "Other Canadas": Alternative Futures in Contemporary Canadian Science Fiction Stories - K. Beeler: Visualizing Difference: Tattoos and Cultural Alternatives - Notes on Contributors Der Herausgeber Klaus Martens ist Professor für Anglistik und Amerikanistik an der Universität des Saarlandes.

Publisher: Königshausen & Neumann