The Central European journal of Canadian studies 2011, vol. 7, iss. [1]

Publication year
1213-7715 (print)
2336-4556 (online)
Interview – Entretien
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7-13 Better developed critical Canadian Studies? : an interview with poet and publisher Joe Blades Blake, Jason; Blades, Joe | pdficon
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17-24 Going down the road for the Red violin : a certain tendency in recent Canadian cinema Pospíšil, Tomáš | pdficon
25-31 Listening to voices from elsewhere : CanLit going global Otrísalová, Lucia | pdficon
33-43 Such a longjourney (1991) : topophilic sentiments in Rohinton Mistry Molnár, Judit | pdficon
45-51 The representation of "home" – the novels of Vladimir Tasic Jovanović, Aleksandra V. | pdficon
53-64 Les gens et les marées Georgescu, Delia | pdficon
65-75 Susanna Moodie's Roughing it in the bush : a female contribution to the creation of an imagined Canadian community Klepač, Tihana | pdficon
77-86 From white vs. native to white and native - going Indian, playing Indian and identifying with first nations values Kádár, Judit Ágnes | pdficon
Reviews, report – Comptes rendus, chronique
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89-92 [Zacharasiewicz, Waldemar; Kirsch, Fritz Peter, ed. Social and cultural interaction and literary landscapes in the Canadian West: impressions of an exploratory field trip and academic interaction in the Canadian West = Rapports interculturels et paysages littéraires dans l'Ouest canadien: textes d'un voyage d'échanges et d'études dans l'Ouest canadien] Martonyi, Éva | pdficon
93-94 [Canadian voices: an anthology of prose and poetry by emerging Canadian writers. Volume one] Albu, Rodica | pdficon
95-97 [Kürtösi, Katalin. "Világok találkoznak": a "másik" irodalmi ábrázolása Kanadában ("Worlds meet": the literary representation of the 'other' in Canada)] Kenyeres, János | pdficon
97-100 [Cadigan, Sean T. Newfoundland and Labrador: a history] Devine, Michael | pdficon
101-103 [Finley, Robert. The accidental Indies] Gadpaille, Michelle | pdficon
Contributors – Collaborateurs
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107-108 Contributors | pdficon