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SCHWERDTNER, Karin, And Karen BAMFORD (eds.). HUBBARD, Mina Listings

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1 SCHWERDTNER, Karin, and Karen BAMFORD (eds.). HUBBARD, Mina Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en Littérature Canadienne. Volume 29, Number 1. Special Section / Dossier spécial : Women in Motion / Femmes en Mouvement
University of New Brunswick,, Fredericton, N.B., 2004, 
SCHWERDTNER, Karin, and Karen BAMFORD (eds.). Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en Littérature Canadienne. Volume 29, Number 1. Special Section / Dossier spécial : Women in Motion / Femmes en Mouvement. (Fredericton, N.B.) : University of New Brunswick, 2004. Pp [1]-162,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, black card covers, red and white lettering to front cover and spine. Contents : Introduction: Women in Motion Femmes en mouvement (by Karin Schwerdtner, Karen Bamford); Visualizing Labrador: Maps, Photographs, and Geographical Naming in Mina Hubbard’s A Woman’s Way through Unknown Labrador (by WendyRoy); “Good Housekeeping”: Agnes Macdonald Writes About Home and Parliamen t in Nineteenth-Century Canada (by Robin Sutherland); La fugue, la fuite etl’espace franchi dans Le Premier jardin d’Anne Hébert (by Kathleen Kellett -Betsos); Mobility and Identity Construction in Bharati Mukherjee’s Desirable Daughters “The Tree Wife and Her Rootless Namesake” (by Katherine Miller); Les lettres chinoises de Ying Chen : le mobile et l’immobile (by Irène Oore); Ghostly Foundations: Multicultural Space and Vancouver’s Chinatown inSky Lee’s Disappearing Moon Cafe (by Daniel Martin); The Fiction of Ageles sness: Work, Leisure, and Aging in Alice Munro’s “Pictures of the Ice” (by Sara Jamieson); “Publica(c)tion”: E. Pauline Johnson’s Publishing Venues and their Contemporary Significance (by Sabine Milz); Interview “Among the Word Animals”: A Conversation with Marilyn Dumont (by Jennifer Andrews). Somearticles in French, some in English. Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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