John Glassco, Canadian Erotica and the 'lying chronicle'

Faye Hammill, Pierre Anctil (Editor), André Loiselle (Editor), Christopher Rolfe (Editor)

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Abstract

To what extent does Canada need to be reappraised? «Canada Exposed», the 6th biennial conference of the International Council for Canadian Studies, aimed to establish a better understanding of Canada. In this collection of papers from the conference, Canadian and international scholars examine little-studied or lesser-known aspects of Canadian culture, economics, politics, history and sociology, thus revealing the strengths and weaknesses of a society grappling with issues shared by many other contemporary societies.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCanada Exposed / Le Canada à découvert
Place of PublicationBrussels
PublisherPeter Lang AG
Pages281-296
Number of pages15
Volume20
ISBN (Print)9052015484
Publication statusPublished - 2009

Publication series

NameÉtudes Canadiennes - Canadian Studies
PublisherPeter Lang

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Keywords

  • erotica
  • autobiography
  • Paris
  • Canadian literature
  • memoirs of Montparnasse
  • the English voverness
  • squire hardman

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Hammill, F., Anctil, P. (Ed.), Loiselle, A. (Ed.), & Rolfe, C. (Ed.) (2009). John Glassco, Canadian Erotica and the 'lying chronicle'. In Canada Exposed / Le Canada à découvert (Vol. 20, pp. 281-296). (Études Canadiennes - Canadian Studies). Brussels: Peter Lang AG.