Romantic Recognition in Gwethalyn Graham’s Earth and High Heaven

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Title
Romantic Recognition in Gwethalyn Graham’s Earth and High Heaven
Abstract
The author argues that Gwethalyn Graham's 1944 award-winning novel, Earth and High Heaven, which depicts an interfaith romance between a Protestant woman from Montreal and a Jewish man from Northern Ontario, is more than just a dime-novel romance or a socio-political statement on prejudice. She argues that a closer reading of the novel reveals that it is highly self-reflexive about its status as romantic fiction.
Publication
ESC: English Studies in Canada
Volume
Vol. 36
Issue
no. 2-3
Pages
121-140
Date
June-September 2010
Language
en
Citation
Rackham, Michèle. “Romantic Recognition in Gwethalyn Graham’s Earth and High Heaven.” ESC: English Studies in Canada Vol. 36, no. 2–3 (September 2010): 121–140.
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