The Literary Paradigm and the Discourses of Culture: Contexts of Canadian Writing, 1759-1867

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Author/collaborator
Title
The Literary Paradigm and the Discourses of Culture: Contexts of Canadian Writing, 1759-1867
Abstract
A study of pre-Confederation writing and the emergence of an autonomous literary institution in Canada. Among the writers that the author discusses are Frances Brooke, who published The History of Emily Montague in 1769, and poet Thomas Cary, editor of the Quebec Mercury.
Type
PhD dissertation
University
University of Ottawa
Place
Ottawa
Date
1997
Language
en
Citation
Walker, Victoria Jane. “The Literary Paradigm and the Discourses of Culture: Contexts of Canadian Writing, 1759-1867.” PhD dissertation, University of Ottawa, 1997.
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