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The Canadian Postmodern: A Study of Contemporary English-Canadian Fiction…

by Linda Hutcheon

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This book studies the work of some of Canada's most prominent fiction writers in the context of postmodernism. Hutcheon shows that in Canada, this cultural phenomenon has not only found particularly fertile ground on which to develop but has also taken a distinctive form. She examines contemporary cultural theory and the writings of Margaret Atwood, Clark Blaise, George Bowering, Leonard Cohen, Timothy Findley, Jack Hodgins, Robert Kroetsch, Michael Ondaatje, Chris Scott, Susan Swan, Audrey Thomas, Aritha van Herk, and others.

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