We are pleased to announce that CRCL is now being listed on EBSCO, starting with 43.2.
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As the CCLA Congress in Calgary approaches, we are pleased to announce that issue 43.2 is in press.
The contents of this issue are:
Reading Northrop Frye Reading François Rabelais
Robert D. Denham 203
Peine perdue : Traduction, deuil, et humanisme dans Nox d’Anne Carson
Marc-Alexandre Reinhardt 222
Worlds of Libraries: Metafictional Works by Arlt, Borges, Bermani, and De Santis
Cynthia Gabbay 241
Dialogues Across Theory and Practice
Introduction to “The Orientalist Photograph”
Amir Khadem 263
The Orientalist Photograph: An Object of Comparison
Ali Behdad 265
Comparative Milton and Poetics
Jonathan Locke Hart 282
Reading (Deconstructing) J. Hillis Miller: Humanist and Pluralist
Daniel R. Schwarz 303
The Tears of Sovereignty: Perspectives of Power in Renaissance Drama
Alejandro Garcia-Reidy 308
The Farm Novel in North America: Genre and Nation in the United States,
English Canada, and French Canada, 1845-1945
Albert Braz 311
Creating Postcolonial Literature: African Writers and British Publishers
Nathan Suhr-Sytsma 313
Awadalla, Maggie, and Paul March-Russell, eds.
The Postcolonial Short Story: Contemporary Essays
Kathryn Lachman 316
Parker, Adele, and Stephanie Young, eds.
Transnationalism and Resistance: Experience and Experiment in Women’s Writing
Polina Kroik 320
Albuquerque, Severino J., and Kathryn Bishop-Sanchez, eds.
Performing Brazil: Essays on Culture, Identity, and the Performing Arts
Axel Perez Trujillo 324
Frank, Michael C., and Eva Gruber, eds.
Literature and Terrorism: Comparative Perspectives
Peter C. Herman 327