Vol 30, No 2 (2004)

Table of Contents

Readers' Forum

On the Practical “Untidiness” of “Always Indigenizing”
Cheryl Suzack
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1-3
The Importance of Hawaiian Language Sources for Understanding the Hawaiian Past
Noenoe K. Silva
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4-12
Linda C. and the Terrors of the Rabbit-Proof Fence
Cathryn McConaghy
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13-20
On Infinite Decolonization
Alberto Moreiras
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21-28
Indigeneity, Colonialism, and Literary Studies: A “Transdisciplinary, Oppositional Politics of Reading”
Shari Huhndorf
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29-38
Intent for a Nation
Len Findlay
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39-48

Articles

“Injoying of true joye the most, and best”: Desire and the Sonnet Sequences of Lady Mary Wroth and Adrienne Rich
Madeline Bassnett
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49-66
Death and the Married Maiden: Performing Gender in The Broken Heart
Roberta Barker
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67-89
“We who have been bred upon Sir Walter”: Margaret Oliphant, Sir Walter Scott, and Women’s Literary History
Pam Perkins
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90-104
Occupations and Preoccupations: Work in Ulysses
Rob Breton
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105-128
Discovering Lily Lewis: A Canadian Journalist and New Woman
Peggy Martin
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129-150
Living Dada
Paul Hjartarson
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151-160

Book Reviews

E. D. Blodgett. Five-Part Invention: A History of Literary History in Canada.
Tracy Ware
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161-165
Helen M. Buss, D. L. Macdonald, and Anne McWhir, eds. Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley: Writing Lives.
Anthony John Harding
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165-169
Herb Wyile. Speculative Fictions: Contemporary Canadian Novelists and the Writing of History.
Ajay Heble
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170-172
John G. Peters. Conrad and Impressionism.
Philip Holden
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172-175
Kevin Hutchings. Imagining Nature: Blake’s Environmental Poetics.
Mark Lussier
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176-178
Reinhold Kramer and Tom Mitchell. Walk Towards the Gallows: The Tragedy of Hilda Blake, Hanged 1899.
Ann Leger-Anderson
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178-182
Jan Gorak, ed. Northrop Frye on Modern Culture (“The Collected Works of Northrop Frye” volume 11).
Joe Velaidum
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182-183
Len M. Findlay and Paul M. Bidwell, eds. Pursuing Academic Freedom: “Free and Fearless”?
Mervyn Nicholson
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184-186
Ric Knowles, Joanne Tompkins and W. B. Worthen, eds. Modern Drama: Defining the Field.
Jerry Wasserman
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187-189

Colophon

Colophon
English Studies in Canada
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190-191