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  • 28 May 2021
    David Staines

    A History of Canadian Fiction

    How did Canadian fiction, essentially a late-nineteenth-century/early-twentieth-century creation, come to be a major avenue of world fiction in little more than one hundred years?      More than a century ago, a few fiction writers published highly regarded and incredibly popular books. Writers such as Ernest Thompson Seton and Marshall Saunders, Ralph Connor and Stephen […]

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  • 7 Mar 2017
    David Staines

    International Women’s Day: spotlight on Alice Munro

    Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2013, Alice Munro is far from unknown in┬áliterary award circles. For example, in Canada she has received three Governor General’s Awards for Fiction and two Giller Prizes; in the United States she became the first non-American to receive the PEN/Malamud Award for Excellence in Short Fiction, the […]

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  • 25 Jan 2010

    Editing the History of Canadian Literature

    Manuela Constantino of the quarterly Canadian Literature picked the perfect interview subjects for their latest issue: editors and contributors from The Cambridge History of Canadian Literature, including our own Sarah Stanton. * * *

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