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The differentiated self : perception, identity and transformation in Canadian fiction

2019 - Storia e Letteratura

xvi, 92 pages

  • Includes bibliographical references.
  • The Differentiated Self intends to propose in a multifarious spectrum – the short story, the interview, the visual arts – a study of the transformation of female identities into a legitimate element of a new Canadian specificity. The colonial past of course is not lost, but it does not hinder the process of the adoption of a new citizenship. Such a perspective goes beyond what was up to now the dominant sphere of a postcolonial vision. Here is the novelty and the freshness of this book. [Publisher's text]
  • Collected essays.