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This study investigates the connections between nineteenth-century pioneer women in Canada and their putative twentieth-century biographers in Anglo-Canadian women’s fiction by Carol Shields ( Small Ceremonies, 1976), Daphne Marlatt ( Ana Historic, 1988), and Susan Swan ( The Biggest Modern Woman of the World, 1983). These three texts reveal definite problems in the formation of Canadian female identities, but they also revalorise the traditionally underprivileged halves of binary structures such as: female/male, other/self, body/intellect, subjectivity/objectivity, and Canada/imperial centres.
The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies is an annual critical bibliography of scholarly work done in the modern languages (except English). The bibliography is collaboratively edited under the direction of the general editors. All contributions are in English and written by acknowledged experts in the field.
The following languages and literatures are covered:
- Medieval and Neo-Latin; French; Occitan; Spanish; Catalan; Portuguese; Galician; Latin-American; Italian; Romanian; Romansh
- Welsh; Breton; Cornish; Scottish Gaelic
- German; Dutch; Danish; Norwegian; Swedish; Yiddish
- Czech; Slovak; Polish; Russian; Ukrainian; Belarusian; Bulgarian

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