Floating the Borders: New Contexts In Canadian Literature by Nurjehan AzizFloating the Borders: New Contexts In Canadian Literature by Nurjehan Aziz

Floating the Borders: New Contexts In Canadian Literature

EditorNurjehan AzizForeword byM. G. Vassanji

Paperback | January 1, 1999

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The ten essays and fifteen book reviews consider in detail the works of Rohinton Mistry, Dionne Brand, Austin Clarke, M G Vassanji, Shyam Selvadurai, Josef Skvorecki and many others.
Nurjehan Aziz was born in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, studied in Iran and the United States and immigrated to Canada in 1980. She is the publisher at TSAR Publications.
Title:Floating the Borders: New Contexts In Canadian LiteratureFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.74 × 5.75 × 0.73 inPublished:January 1, 1999Publisher:Mawenzi House Publishers Ltd.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0920661807

ISBN - 13:9780920661802

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Table of Contents

Lien Chao (3), Chelva Kanaganayakam (37), Joseph Pivato (51), Rinaldo Walcott (61), Bruce Meyer (80), John Clement Ball (89), Leslie Sanders (106), Amin Malak (122), Frank Birbalsingh (135), Arun Prabha Mukherjee (151), Frank Birbalsingh (173), Frederic Case (176), Daniel McBride (180), Uma Parameswaran (184), Colin Lowndes (188), GD Killam (193), C Kanaganayakam (200), Uma Parameswaran (204), Ramabai Espinet (208), Uma Parameswaran (212), Frank Birbalsingh (214), Sumana Sen-Bagchee (220), K Sri Bhaggiyadatta (224), Diana Brydon (230), John Ball (234), Amritjit Singh (240), Lien Chao (246), Arun Mukherjee (249), John Ball (255), Linda Hutcheon (259), C Kanaganayakam (264), Joseph Pivato (267), Maria Redi (270), Leslie Sanders (273), Contributors (277), Source Acknowledgements (279), Index (280)

Editorial Reviews

"The book reviews are remarkable for their fairness and their honesty, a reminder of the valuable critical spirit cultivated at TSAR." - Canadian Literature