Contents

V 9 N 1
Spring 2002



Special Issue:
A Canadian Post/national

Guest Editors:
David Stouck and Jordan Stouck


Articles
     
Title Author
Page
     
Introduction: A Canadian Post/national Jordan Stouck
1
     
What is the Narrative of US?: Teaching Canadian Texts as North American Literature Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson
7
     
Locating "A Mother in India": Sara Jeannette Duncan and Colonial Womanhood Sara Hallisey
23
     
In Conversation with P.K. Page Anjali Bhelande
37
     
Anansi History: George Eliott Clarke's Wylah Falls Susan Willis
47
     
The Epic Moment: An Interview with Wayde Compton David Stouck and Myler Wilkinson
57
     
Weetigos and Weasels: Tomson Highway's Kiss of the Fur Queen and Canadian Postcolonialism Cynthia Sugars
69
     
Naming as Performative Re-Membering in Eden Robinson's "Queen of the North" Nancy Van Styvendale
93
     
A Spectre of the Transnational: Exploring Identity as Process in Michael Ondaatje's Anil's Ghost Victoria Cook
105
 
Book Reviews
       
  Postcolonizing the Commonwealth: Studies in Literature and Culture,
edited by Roland Smith
Jackie Rea
119
       
  How Should I Read This?
by Helen Hoy
Jes Battis
122
       
  Native Poetry in Canada: A Contemporary Anthology,
edited by Jeannette Armstrong and Lally Grauer
Rita Wong
124
       
  Rules of Engagement,
by Catherine Bush
Jordan Stouck
126
       
  The Polished Hoe,
by Austin Clarke
David Chariandy
128
       
  Simple Recipes,
by Madeleine Thien
Yaying Zhang
131
       
  The Ash Garden,
by Dennis Bock
Glen Lowry
134
       
  Family Matters,
by Rohinton Mistry
Pat Gillis
137
       
  The Life of Pi,
by Yann Martel
David Stouck
139


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