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Author Name    New, W. H. (William H.)

Title   ARTICULATING WEST - Essays on Purpose and Form in Modern Canadian Literature

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good

Jacket Condition   Very Good-

Edition   First Edition

Size   8vo

Publisher   Toronto New Press 1972

ISBN Number    0887707041 / 9780887707049

Seller ID   192085

(xxvi) 282 pp. Beige cloth lettered in black on the spine. Edge and corner wear on the dustjacket with some fading on the spine; no interior markings. The Chapters are: A Life and Four Landscapes: Frederick John Niven; Carol Coates Cassidy and the Form Dispute; The Identity of Articulation: Pratt's Towards the Last Spike; A Feeling of Completion: Aspects of W. O. Mitchell; Sinclair Ross's Ambivalent World; The Genius of Place and Time: The Fiction of Ethel Wilson; The Irony of Order: Ethel Wilson's The Innocent Traveller; The Storm and After: MacLennan's Barometer Rising; The Apprenticeship of Discovery: Richler and MacLennan; Winter and the Night People: Return of the Sphinx; The Disappointed Decade; Six Canadian Poets: Leonard Cohen; Daryl Hine; Margaret Atwood; John Newlove; Alden Nowlan; George Bowering; A Fiction Chronicle; Art and Politics; Artifice and Experience; The Studhorse Quests; Lowery the Cabbala and Charles Jones; Gabriola: Malcolm Lowry's Floating Island; Life and Time: Laurence's Stone Angel; Equatorial Zones and Polar Opposites; The Mind's Eyes (I's) (Ice): The Poetry of Margaret Avison; and Maker of Order Prisoner of Dreams: The Poetry of Earle Birney; followed by an index.

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