: JUNE 2009 (36.2) TABLE OF CONTENTS

ARTICLES
"A Foreign Tongue to Unite Us": Book Travelling with Dai Sijie
Christian Moraru 120

Anatomies of Influence, Anxieties of Criticism: Northrop Frye & Harold Bloom
Jonathan A. Allan 137

Construire un je(u) sur le corps de l'Autre pour (re)composer l'origine dans les récits de Toni Morrison et Maryse Condé
Emmanuelle Recoing 155

FORUM
Comparative Literature in Canada: The 40th Anniversary of the CCLA
Introduction: The CCLA at Forty
Susan Ingram 171

The Early Years
Eva Kushner 175

"Edmonton is Fun, After All"
George Lang 178

Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto
Mario J. Valdés 182

Comparative Literature at the University of Alberta: The Dissolution of a Department
Nasrin Rahimieh 188

Comparative Literature and Theory: Troubling the Boundaries
Evelyn Cobley 191

The Hemispheric Turn and Comparative Approaches to Literary Study
Sarah Phillips Casteel 197

Of Women, Wolves, and the "Second World" of Discursive Polemics
Ian MacRae 201

BOOK REVIEWS
Robichaud, Paul. Making the Past Present: David Jones, the Middle Ages, & Modernism
Alex Davis 208

Chai, Leon. Romantic Theory: Forms of Reflexivity in the Romantic Era
Stuart Peterfreund 211

Whitinger, Raleigh, trans & intro; Andreas-Salomé, Lou. The Human Family: Stories
Lorraine Markotic 213

Sherry, Vincent, ed. The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of the First World War
Marlene Briggs 217

Fischer, Gerard, and Bernhard Greiner, eds. The Play Within the Play: The Performance of Meta-Theatre and Self-Reflection
Jason Gleckman 221

Chilewska, Anna, and Sheena Wilson, eds. Writing After the Gaze: The Rupture of the Historical
Susan Ingram 223

Zhu Ying. Fiction and the Incompleteness of History: Toni Morrison, V.S. Naipaul, and Ben Okri
Sarah Jefferies 225