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(p. 907) Index

(p. 907) Index

Abbas, Akbar, 122
Abdulrehman, Sameera, 770
L’Abeille canadienne (newspaper), 246
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (AHF), 152–154, 158, 166nn9–10
Aboriginal literature, 150–169. See also Indigenous literatures; specific authors
healing movements, 153–154
historical context, 152–153
prairie literature, 696–698
reconciliation in, 160–165
Residential School writing, 154–157
Abram, David, 668
Abram’s Plains: A Poem (Cary), 278–280
“The Absence of Neoconservatism and Ecocriticism in Canadian Literary Studies” (Bentley), 732
Abu-Laban, Yasmeen, 893
Acadia (Howe), 734
Acadian National Congress (1881), 243
Acadian Renaissance, 669
Acadius; or, Love in a Calm (Dryden), 371
Acanthus and Wild Grape (Call), 316, 866
Acker, Kathy, 81
Ackerman, Marianne, 380
Acoose, Janice, 140
Acorn, Milton, 324, 477, 480, 666
L’actualité (magazine), 354
Adaawk (sacred narratives), 713
Adam, Ian, 763
Adam and Eve and Pinch-Me (Johnston), 833
Adams, Charlie, 206n20
Adams, Howard, 134, 135, 179
Adams, James, 74
Adams, Thomas R., 803
Adderson, Caroline, 64, 67, 68
Addison, Robert, 277
Adesanmi, Pius, 764
Adieu, Babylone (Kattan), 643, 644
“Adonais” (Shelley), 288
The Advantages of Emigration to Canada (Cattermole), 283
Aeneid (Dryden), 278
Aesthetic agency, 433, 435
Aestheticism and the Canadian Modernists (Trehearne), 326
Affaire LaRue, 624, 627
L’Affaire Tartuffe; or, the Garrison Officers Rehearse Molière (Ackerman), 380
Affective citizenship, 530
Affect theory, 8
L’Afficheur hurle (Chamberland), 407
Africadian literatures, 543
African Canadians. See Black Canadian literature
After Canaan (Compton), 546, 547
The Afterlife of George Cartwright (Steffler), 465, 466, 670, 790
After Sylvia (Cumyn), 834
Against Race (Gilroy), 556
The Age of Arousal (Griffiths), 381
Agnant, Marie-Célie, 630, 632
Aguirre, Carmen, 88, 821
Ahenakew, Edward, 170, 172, 176–178, 184, 186n14
Ainsi parle la tour CN (Bouraoui), 645
Airborn (Oppel), 829
Air India bombing (2007), 75n5
Akiwenzie-Damm, Kateri, 140, 144n5
“Alaska Passage” (Birney), 712
Alexander, Jacqui, 764
Alexie, Robert Arthur, 160, 164
Alexis, André, 428, 554
Alfred, Taiaiake, 162, 163
Algerian War of Independence (1954–62), 641
Algoo-Baksh, Stella, 764
(p. 908) Alias Grace (Atwood), 464, 465, 790
Allard, Jacques, 644, 651
Allemang, John, 72
Allen, Lillian, 99, 486, 542
Alligator (Moore), 677
Alligator Pie (Lee), 828, 829
Allison, Susan, 274n2
All My Relations (King), 138
All Our Wonder Unavenged (Domanski), 741
All the Anxious Girls on Earth (Gartner), 428
Allward, Walter, 69
Almighty Voice and His Wife (Moses), 379
Alonzo, Anne-Marie, 642
Alphabet: A Semiannual Devoted to the Iconography of the Imagination (Reaney), 397
The Already Dead: The New Time of Politics, Culture, and Illness (Cazdyn), 121
Alston, Sandra, 801
Alternative theatre movement, 389, 390
A.M. Klein Research and Publication Committee, 613
Amand, Charles, 248
L’Amélanchier (Ferron), 407, 408, 412
American Council for Québec Studies, 767
American Indian Movement (AIM), 211, 461
American Revolution (1775–83), 242
Amini-Holmes, Liz, 838
Amnesty International, 222n2
Among (Wah), 575
Among the Millet (Lampman), 300
Among Worlds: An Introduction to Modern Commonwealth and South African Fiction (New), 759, 762
Anahareo, 179
Ana Historic (Marlatt), 465, 871
Analytical bibliography, 800
Anand, Madhur, 736, 742
Anansi Press, 455
An Anthology of Canadian Native Literature in English (Moses & Goldie), 138, 194
Anatomy of Criticism (Frye), 21, 325
Ancestor veneration, 569
Les Anciens Canadiens (Gaspé), 249, 297
Andersen, Hans Christian, 382
Anderson, Benedict, 46, 50, 59, 380, 476
Anderson, Doris, 459
Anderson, Janice, 327
Anderson, Patrick, 322, 323, 326, 866, 867
Anderson-Dargatz, Gail, 465
And Nothing But the Truth (Pearson), 832
Andrès, Bernard, 243, 244
Angéline de Montbrun (Conan), 249
Angélique (Gale), 544
Angélique, Marie Joseph, 544
Angel Square (Doyle), 839
Angel Wing Splash Pattern (Van Camp), 206n22
Angenot, Marc, 625
Angers, François-Réal, 247, 248
Angilirq, Paul Apak, 206n21
Anglican Church, 166n6
The Anglo-African Magazine, 548
Anglo-American modernism, 314
L’Anglomanie ou Le Dîner à l’anglaise (Quesnel), 247
Angus, Ian, 56, 117, 121, 543
Anil’s Ghost (Ondaatje), 584, 588, 589
Animal Capital: Rendering Life in Biopolitical Times (Shukin), 744
Anishinaabe Christians, 170
Anne of Green Gables (Montgomery), 307, 339, 822, 830, 837, 865
Anne of Tim Hortons: Globalization and the Reshaping of Atlantic-Canadian Literature (Wyile), 93, 694
Annick Press, 827
Annihilated Time: Poetry and Other Politics (Derksen), 94, 900–902
L’Anniversaire (Kattan), 651
Anti-Americanism, 459
Anti–anti-Semitism, 404
Anti-Diva (Pope), 821
Anti-experimentalism, 481
The Antigonish Review (magazine), 455
Anti-imperialism, 211, 481
Anti-modernism, 339
Anti-multiculturalism, 33
Anti-Semitism, 608
Anti-slavery movement, 266
Antwi, Phanuel, 541, 764
“Anything But Reluctant: Canada’s Little Magazines” (Davey), 483
(p. 909) Apess, William, 173, 174
Apostrophe (Baudot), 515, 516
Apostrophe Engine (Wershler & Kennedy), 515, 519
L’Apparition du livre (Martin), 802
Appel à la justice de l’État (du Calvet), 246
“Appendix: Taking Flight” (Szabo-Jones), 735
Appiah, Kwame Anthony, 296
Appraisals of Canadian Literature (Stevenson), 7
The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (Richler), 452, 457, 605, 607, 612, 881
April Raintree (Mosionier), 135, 136, 139, 140, 466
Aquin, Hubert, 404, 406, 407, 412, 768
Aquino, Nina Lee, 576, 577
Arab-Canadian literature, 639–656
country left behind motifs, 640–645
politicization in, 649–653
transcendence in, 649–653
wartime motifs, 645–649
Arab-Israeli Six-Day War (1967), 645
Ararat (film), 74
The Arbutus/Madrone Files (Ricou), 719
Arcan, Nelly, 816, 820
Archibald, Joann, 183
The Architects Are Here (Winter), 677
Archive for Our Times: Previously Uncollected and Unpublished Poems of Dorothy Livesay (ed. Irvine), 327
Arctic Dreams and Nightmares (Ipellie), 194
Arctic Stories (Kusugak), 837
ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature (journal), 761
Arigato, Tokyo (MacIvor), 381
Armstrong, Jeannette C., 154, 210, 211, 214, 220, 466, 488, 792, 853
Armstrong, Pat, 896
Arnason, David, 730
Arnold, Matthew, 1, 3, 286, 287
Arnott, Joanne, 137
Around 1981: Academic Feminist Literary Theory (Gallop), 851
L’arpenteur et le navigateur (LaRue), 624
Arsenault, Nina, 874
Artbar Reading Series, 522
Arthur Sutherland International Players, 373
“Articulating a World of Difference: Ecocriticism, Postcolonialism and Globalization” (O’Brien), 732
“Artifice of Absorption” (Bernstein), 29
The Art of Memory (Yates), 68
As Birds Bring Forth the Sun (MacLeod), 439, 665
Ascend as the Sun (Voaden), 373
As for Me and My House (Ross), 315, 338, 572, 692, 697, 805, 868, 880
Ashcroft, W.D., 756
Asian Canadian literature, 564–582. See also South Asian Canadian literature
culture and, 566–567
drama, 575–576
historical overview, 564–565
immigrant life depicted in, 567–570
poetry, 575–576
post-1967 experiences, 571–575
World War II and, 570–571
“As It Was in the Beginning” (Johnson), 302
As Long as Rivers Flow (Loyie), 838
Aspiring Women: Short Stories by Canadian Women, 1880–1900 (eds. Campbell & McMullen), 435
Assembly of First Nations (AFN), 152, 461
Assmann, Aleida, 64, 67, 75
Assmann, Jan, 64, 67
Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures (ACQL), 19, 22
Association for Literature, Environment, and Culture in Canada (ALECC), 734, 737, 738
Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment (ASLE), 731, 734, 737, 738
Atala (pseud. Léonise Valois), 251
Atanarjuat (film), 199
Atlantic-Canadian literature, 657–690
Confederation and, 661–666
fiction, 676–690
imaginative space in, 659–661
regionalism and, 657–675
tropes in, 666–671
Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture, and Social Justice (journal), 851
Atlas Shrugged (Rand), 683
At My Heart’s Core (Davies), 260, 374
(p. 910) “At the Cedars” (Scott), 301
At the Full and Change of the Moon (Brand), 465
“At the Mermaid Inn” (Campbell), 303
Atwood, Margaret, 4, 18, 21, 23, 32, 57, 81, 82, 87, 88, 260, 273, 325, 340, 397, 429, 435, 437, 438, 449, 454, 455, 459, 460, 464, 465, 472, 482, 483, 612, 719, 730, 740, 741, 746, 786, 790, 801, 830, 831, 877
“Audubon and the Trauma of Extinction” (Sugars), 747
Augmented reality works, 513, 519
Aureus, Leon, 576, 577
Austen, Veronica, 764
Austerity campaigns, 896
Authors Inc (Glass), 81
Autobiographies, 813–825, 837
Indigenous, 170–190
Auto/biography in Canada: Critical Directions (Rak), 121
Autobiology (Bowering), 819
L’autre rivage (D’Alfonso), 628
Avakumovic, Ivan, 719
L’avalée des avalés (Ducharme), 413
Avant-Garde Canadian Literature: The Early Manifestations (Betts), 489
Avant-garde poetics, 548
Avataq Cultural Institute, 206n13
“Ave! An Ode for the Shelley Centenary” (Roberts), 287, 288, 299
L’Avenir (newspaper), 250
Les aventures de Pomme Douly (Jacobs), 501
Avison, Margaret, 323–326, 483
Awake and Dreaming (Pearson), 832
Away (Urquhart), 465, 466, 790
Axworthy, Tom, 782
Babel, prise deux (Noël), 630
Babylonian Jews, 643, 644
The Baby Project (Ellis), 833
Bachelor Man (Kam), 576
Backhouse, Constance, 784
The Back of the Turtle (King), 467
Back to the World (blog), 86
The Backwoods of Canada (Traill), 269, 284
Badami, Anita Rau, 583–587
Badlands (Kroetsch), 458, 693, 788
La Bagarre (Bessette), 411
Bagdad Saloon (Walker), 377
Bailey, A.G., 668
Baird, Irene, 340, 343, 711
Baker, Deirdre, 11, 826, 827
Baker, Marie Annharte, 102, 488
Balibar, Étienne, 527, 532, 536
Ball, John, 764
“Ballad Stanzas” (Moore), 282–284
Ballantyne, R.M., 800, 828
Ballstadt, Carl, 801, 802
Baltimore’s Mansion (Johnston), 662, 792
Balzano, Flora, 629
Banana Boys (Aureus), 577
Banff Centre for Mountain Culture, 108n5, 736
Banff Centre for the Arts, 739
Banff Centre Press, 736
Banff New Media Institute, 518
Banff Springs, 361, 362
Bangkok Blues (Bouraoui), 645
Bannerji, Himani, 117, 583
Banting, Pamela, 11, 727, 764
Barbeau, Marius, 235
Barber, John, 85, 86
Barber, Virginia, 809
Barker, Nicolas, 803
Barnard, Leslie Gordon, 359
Barnard, Margaret, 359
Bar-Natan, Dror, 535
Barr, Jessica Marion, 747
Barr, Robert, 306
La Barre du jour (periodical), 406
Barreto-Rivera, Rafael, 482
Barry, Robertine, 252
Barrymore, Lionel, 305
Bartlett, Brian, 739, 740
Barton, John, 866
Bart-Riedstra, Carolynn, 387
Barwin, Gary, 490
Basic Black with Pearls (Weinzweig), 70
Basque, Maurice, 252
Bateman, Fiona, 760
Bates, Judy Fong, 570
Bates, Michael, 387
Battle of Lake Champlain (1609), 806
Batty, Nancy, 764
Baudelaire, Charles, 251
(p. 911) Baudot, Jean, 513–515
Baudrillard, Jean, 112, 115
Bayley, Cornwall, 280
Bear (Engel), 460
Beatrice Chancy (Clarke), 792
Beattie, Munro, 6
Beaty, Bart, 121
Beauchemin, Yves, 411
beaulieu, derek, 489–491
Beaulieu, Victor-Lévy, 408–411, 413
Beauregard, Guy, 566, 764, 765
Beautell, Eva Darias, 732, 733
Beautiful Losers (Cohen), 457, 607, 615, 617
A Beautiful Truth (McAdam), 740
Becker, Tilman, 70
Beckett, Samuel, 645
Beckwith, John, 397
Bédard, Pierre-Stanislas, 245
Bedford, Sharon Morgan, 541
Before Green Gables (Wilson), 830
Before Tomorrow (film), 206n21
The Beggar’s Garden (Christie), 428
“The Beginnings of a Canadian Literature” (Roberts), 297
Bégon, Élisabeth, 246
Being Brown: A Very Public Life (Brown), 820
Being Caribou: Five Months on Foot with an Arctic Herd (Heuer), 746
Belaney, Archie. See Grey Owl
“Belated” (Campbell), 304
Belleau, André, 406, 413
Bellei, Sergio, 763
Belle Moral (MacDonald), 381
“Belles lettres,” 246
Les Belles Soeurs (Tremblay), 376, 406
Belliveau, George, 390
Beloved (Morrison), 793
Benjamin, Walter, 123n2
Bennett, Donna, 18, 764
Benson, Eugene, 7, 762
Bentley, D.M.R., 10, 27, 47, 51, 61nn3–4, 61n6, 273, 277, 296, 297, 299, 306, 308, 326, 472, 668, 732, 733
Bentley, Richard, 804
Bercuson, David, 533
Beresford-Kroeger, Diana, 742
Bergen, David, 463, 700
Berger, Carl, 48
Berger, Moses, 790
Bergschrund (Bringhurst), 712
Bergson, Henri, 112
Berland, Jody, 118
Bernadette et Juliette ou la vie c’est comme la vaisselle, c’est toujours à recommencer (Bourget), 500
Berne Convention in 1988/89, 804
Bernstein, Charles, 29
Berque, Jacques, 768
Berrouët-Oriol, Robert, 623, 625, 768
Bersianik, Louky, 95, 497, 852, 864
Berton, Pierre, 81
Besner, Neil, 763, 764
Bessette, Gérard, 406, 411
Bessy, Marianne, 630, 631
Best Books for Kids and Teens (Canadian Children’s Book Centre), 827
The Best Canadian Short Stories (Oberon Press), 442
The Best Laid Plans (Fallis), 87
Better That Way (Bouvier), 138
Betts, Gregory, 314, 327, 489
Beyond Mozambique (Walker), 377
Beyond Reason (Trudeau), 821
Bezmozgis, David, 80, 82, 85, 428
B for Buster (Lawrence), 829
Bhabha, Homi, 50, 380, 632, 657, 758, 761
Bhatia, Nandi, 221
The Bias of Communication (Innis), 115
Bibaud, Adèle, 249
Bibaud, Michel, 248
Bibb, Henry, 546
Biblioasis, 442
Bibliographical Society of Canada (BSC), 806
Bibliography of Canadian Imprints 1751–1800 (Tremaine), 801
La Bibliothèque canadienne (periodical), 248
Biculturalism, 386
Bidini, Dave, 821
The Bigger Light (Clarke), 457, 551
The Biggest Modern Woman of the World (Swan), 465
The Big Why (Winter), 677
Bilge, Sirma, 769
Bilingualism, 388
(p. 912) Billy Bishop Goes to War (Gray), 378
Binning, Sadhu, 585
Biographies, 813–825
Bioregionalism, 731
“Biotexts,” 575
Bird, Louis, 234
A Bird in the House (Laurence), 436
Birdsell, Sandra, 700, 703
Birmingham School of Cultural Studies, 111, 122n1
Birney, Earle, 324–326, 328, 483, 709, 710, 712, 716–718, 741, 819, 879, 881, 883
Biron, Michel, 244, 409, 410, 623
Bismuth, Nadine, 507
bissett, bill, 483, 867, 868
Bissoondath, Neil, 626
Black, Ayanna, 542
Black, Fiona, 806
The Black Atlantic (Gilroy), 556
Blackburn, Grace, 343
Black Canadian literature, 539–563
fieldwork, 539–542
post-racial roots, 542–549
post-racial routes, 549–554
post-racial theory and criticism, 555–557
Black Canadians, 792, 793
The Black Grizzly of Whiskey Creek (Marty), 740
Black Loyalists, 5, 546
Black Moss Press, 455
Black Nell (Woods), 828
Black Power movement, 768
Black Robe (Moore), 465
Black Rock (Gordon), 305, 804
Blaeser, Kimberly, 167n18
Blair, Jennifer, 764, 901
Blais, Marie-Claire, 406, 413
Blaise, Clark, 438, 439
Blake, Or the Huts of America (Delany), 548, 549
Blake, William, 303
Blakely, Mary, 504
“Blight in the Bush Garden” (Keith), 472
Blink and Caution (Wynne-Jones), 835
Bliss, Michael, 782, 783, 785, 787
Blodgett, E.D., 7, 27, 31, 34n4, 242
Bloodletting and Miraculous Cures (Lam), 574
“The Blossoming of Canadian Historical Research” (Gaffield), 783
Bluebeard’s Egg (Atwood), 438
Blueberry Clouds (Bouvier), 138
Blue Marrow (Halfe), 142, 701
Blue Mountain (Leavitt), 828
The Blue Mountains of China (Wiebe), 700
Boas, Franz, 195, 235, 239n3
“The Boat” (MacLeod), 439
The Boatman (Macpherson), 324
Bobbi Lee: Indian Rebel (Maracle), 170, 182, 211, 462
Bobcat and Other Stories (Lee), 428
Bociurkiw, Marusya, 121
Bodega y Quadra, Juan Francisco de la, 713
Bodin, Jean, 48
Bodsworth, Fred, 364, 740, 746
“The Body of This Death” (Garneau), 878
The Body Politic (Rule), 870
Bogle Corbet; or, the Emigrants (Galt), 283
Boire, Gary, 32, 764
Bök, Christian, 32, 33, 80, 489, 516
Bonenfant, Joseph, 413
Bongie, Chris, 758
Le Bonheur a la queue glissante (Farhoud), 648
Booker Prize, 442
Bookninja.com blog, 489
The Book of Canadian Poetry (Smith), 52, 53, 322, 323, 473
A Book of Canadian Prose and Verse (Broadus & Broadus), 7
The Book of Jessica (Campbell), 135, 170, 378
Book of Longing (Cohen), 614
Book of Mercy (Cohen), 615
The Book of Negroes (Hill), 463, 540, 546, 547
The Book of Secrets (Vassanji), 465
The Book of Small (Carr), 709
The Book of the Bible against Slavery (Robertson), 792
Book Publishing Industry Development Plan, 805
Books and Islands in Ojibwe Country: Traveling through the Land of My Ancestors (Erdrich), 184
Books in Canada (magazine), 455, 678
BookThug, 516
(p. 913) Boom!: Manufacturing Memoir for the Popular Market (Rak), 121
Booth, David, 829
Booze (Gray), 790
Borderlands (New), 719
“Borders” (King), 441
Borrowed Tongues: Life Writing, Migration and Translation (Karpinski), 820
Boschman, Robert, 738
Bosco, Monique, 629, 634
Bouchard-Taylor Commission, 769
Boucher, Denise, 500
Boucherville, Georges Boucher de, 248
Boulanger, André, 500
Bounce Me, Tickle Me, Hug Me: Lap Rhymes and Play Rhymes from Around the World (Carpenter-Davis & Lottridge), 829
Bouraoui, Hédi, 644, 645, 649
Bourassa, Napoléon, 249
Bourdieu, Pierre, 26, 83, 340
Bourget, Élizabeth, 500
Bourget, Monseigneur, 250
Bourinot, George, 49
Bouvier, Rita, 129, 137, 138
Bowdring, Paul, 678
Bowering, George, 24, 325, 458, 465, 483, 788, 819
Bowman, Louise Morey, 316
The Box Garden (Shields), 460
Boyd, David, 736
Boyden, Joseph, 80, 144n12, 161, 163, 164, 214, 466, 741, 792
The Boy in the Burning House (Wynne-Jones), 835
“Boy Meets Girl in Winnipeg and Who Cares” (MacLennan), 454
Boy O’Boy (Doyle), 839
A Boy of Good Breeding (Toews), 697–698
The Boys in the Band (Crowley), 873
Bracken, Chris, 764
Bradley, Nicholas, 7, 11, 709, 735, 738
Brady, James, 182
Branching Out (magazine), 850
Brand, Dionne, 33, 82, 93, 99–102, 105, 107, 465, 486–488, 530, 536, 540, 551–554, 556, 764, 809, 820, 855, 871, 872, 892, 904
Brandenberger, Albert, 393
Brandt, Di, 327, 485, 700, 740, 855
Brant, Beth, 853
Brault, Jacques, 403, 406
Braz, Albert, 252
Bread Out of Stone (Brand), 820
The Breadwinner (Ellis), 839
Breakwater Books, 827
Brewster, Elizabeth, 663
Brewster, Eva, 819
Brewster, Hugh, 836
Brick Books, 455, 482
Brière, Eloise, 766, 767
“Brigades Roses,” 501
Briggs, Jean, 205n3
Bringhurst, Robert, 712, 713, 740
Brissenden, Constance, 838
British American Register, 245
Brittain, Alice, 764
Broadside: A Feminist Review (magazine), 850
Broadus, Edmund and Eleanor, 7
Broadview Press, 307
Brock, Peggy, 185n3
Broken Entries: Race, Subjectivity, Writing (Miki), 576, 816, 819
Broken Gods (Williams), 343, 344
Broken Ground (Hodgins), 465, 714
Bronson, A.A., 35n6
Bronwen Wallace Award, 442
Brooker, Bertram, 700
Brophy, Michael, 633
Brophy, Sarah, 820
Brossard, Nicole, 93, 94–99, 107, 412, 482, 497, 520, 820, 855, 864
Brothers Far From Home: The World War I Diary of Eliza Bates, Uxbridge, Ontario, 1916 (Little), 832
Brothers in Arms (Denison), 373
Brouillette, Sarah, 121, 758
Brown, Audrey Alexandra, 341, 718
Brown, Chester, 816, 822
Brown, E.K., 300, 301, 325, 337, 338
Brown, Jennifer S.H., 10, 132, 133, 177, 227, 234
Brown, Rosemary, 820
Brown, Russell, 18
Brown, William, 243, 801
Brown Girl in the Ring (Hopkinson), 536
Browning, Robert, 286
Bruce, Charles, 663
(p. 914) Bruce, Eva, 359
Bruce, Phyllis, 483
Bruchesi, Paul, 407
Brumble, H. David, 231
Brundige, Lorraine, 177, 178
Brydon, Diana, 11, 32, 93, 530, 541, 755, 759, 760, 762–764, 770
The Buccaneers (Lawrence), 829
Buchan, David, 679
Buck, Ruth M., 178
Buckler, Ernest, 315, 451, 663, 665
Buckner, Vanessa Lee, 222n5
Bucknor, Michael, 541
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 379, 873
Buell, Lawrence, 728–731, 734
Buitenhuis, Peter, 34n1
“The Bull Moose” (Nowlan), 666
Bumsted, J.M., 60n1, 387, 780
Burke, Edmund, 57
Burman, Jenny, 758, 764
Burning Ground (Luke), 741
Burning Rock Collective, 440, 670
Burning Water (Bowering), 458, 465, 788
Burns, Martha, 397
Burtynsky, Edward, 741
Burwell, Adam Hood, 280
“Bushed” (Birney), 741
The Bush Garden: Essays on the Canadian Imagination (Frye), 54, 455, 472
Buss, Helen, 262
The Busy Man’s Magazine, 353, 355
Butala, Sharon, 727, 735, 740
“But Could I Make a Living from It” (Derksen), 902
Butler, Judith, 530
Butling, Pauline, 474
“The Butterfly” (Smith), 323
Butterfly on Rock: A Study of Themes and Images in Canadian Literature (Jones), 21, 57, 472, 483
Bydlowska, Jowita, 821
Byers, Michele, 121
By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept (Smart), 315, 340
Byron, Lord, 251, 371
By the Aurelian Wall and Other Elegies (Carman), 303
Cabajsky, Andrea, 10, 242
Cabin Fever: The Best New Canadian Nonfiction (anthology), 821
Cabot, John, 659, 679
Caccia, Fulvio, 626
“Cadence, Country, Silence” (Lee), 454, 484
Cahier de roses et de civilisation (Brossard), 96
Calder, Alison, 11, 691
Call, Frank Oliver, 316, 866
Callaghan, Morley, 34n5, 338, 339, 345, 434, 435, 451, 880
Calvin, Robert, 534, 535
Calvin’s Case (1608), 534
Cambodians, 565
The Cambridge History of Postcolonial Literature (Quayson), 757, 762
Cambron, Micheline, 407, 410
Cameron, Anne, 222n6
Cameron, Barry, 22
Cameron, Elspeth, 326
Cameron, Kevan Anthony, 542
Campbell, Douglas, 387
Campbell, Grace, 341
Campbell, Kofi, 758, 764
Campbell, Maria, 134, 135, 138–140, 151, 154, 163, 170–172, 177, 178–182, 184, 185, 211, 298, 301, 303, 304, 378, 449, 460, 461, 818
Campbell, Sandra, 435
Campbell, SueEllen, 733
Campbell, William Wilfred, 296, 303, 304, 337
Canada and Its Americas: Transnational Navigations (Siemerling & Casteel), 33
“Canada and Its Poetry” (Frye), 53, 54
Canada Council for the Arts, 84, 89n5, 324, 441, 450, 479, 480, 512, 515, 516, 521, 805, 867
Canada Reads competition, 87, 88, 89n1, 206n25
Canadian Adventures of the Flying Egyptian (Elkhadem), 646
Canadian Anthology (Watters), 18
Canadian Association of Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (CACLALS), 761
Canadian Association of Cultural Studies, 118, 122
Canadian Authors Association, 315, 319, 328, 345
(p. 915) “The Canadian Authors Meet” (Scott), 317, 320, 341
Canadian Ballads (McGee), 284
“A Canadian Boat Song” (Moore), 282–284
Canadian Book Publishing Development Program, 805
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 404
Canadian Canons: Essays in Literary Value (Lecker), 27
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1982), 535, 885
Canadian Children’s Book Centre, 827
Canadian Cinemas (eds. Beaty & Straw), 121
Canadian Crusoes: A Tale of the Rice Lake Plains (Traill), 827, 828
Canadian Cultural Poesis: Essays on Canadian Culture (Sherbert, Gérin, & Petty), 120–121
Canadian Cultural Studies: A Reader (eds. Mookerjea, Szeman, & Faurschou), 117, 122
The Canadian Encyclopedia, 450
Canadian Federation for the Social Sciences and Humanities, 761
Canadian Fiction Magazine, 455
Canadian Forum, 319, 320, 323, 329, 603, 716, 717
Canadian Historical Review, 784
Canadian Home Journal, 352, 353, 355, 359
Canadian Homes and Gardens, 353, 355
The Canadian Identity (Morton), 49
Canadian Jewish Chronicle, 603
Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 745
Canadian Literary Power (Davey), 27
Canadian Literature (journal), 18, 21, 22, 478, 709
Canadian Literature: Surrender or Revolution (Mathews), 472
Canadian Literature in English (Keith), 7, 18
Canadian Literature in English: Texts and Contexts (Sugars & Moss), 327, 765
Canadian Magazine, 353, 355
Canadian Mercury, 319
The Canadian Modernists Meet (Irvine), 327
Canadian Museum of History, 73
Canadian Museum of Human Rights, 74
Canadian National Railway, 392
Canadian Pacific, 353, 361, 362
Canadian “Pataphysics (Toronto Research Group), 24
Canadian Place Theatre, 394, 395
Canadian Poetry (journal), 739
Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews (journal), 326
Canadian Poetry 1920 to 1960 (Trehearne), 327
Canadian Poetry Magazine, 319, 321, 328
Canadian Poetry Press, 307
The Canadian Postmodern (Hutcheon), 25, 462, 787–789
The Canadian Settler’s Guide (Traill), 270
Canadian Short Stories (Knister), 434
Canadian Woman Studies (journal), 851
Canadian Women in Print 1750–1918 (Gerson), 10, 27
Canadian Women’s Press Club, 345
Canadian Women’s Studies Association, 851
Canadian Writers’ Union, 435
Canadian Youth Hostel Association (CYH), 364
“Canadian Zombie Fiction” anthology, 443
Le Canadien (periodical), 245
Le Canadien, La Minerve (newspaper), 246
Candelaria, Fred, 712
The Cannibals (Lawrence), 829
The Canning Season (Horvath), 835
Les Cantouques (Godin), 407
Canty, Daniel, 518
Can You Hear the Nightbird Call? (Badami), 584–586
Capilano Review (magazine), 455, 521
Capitalism, 898, 903
Cardinal, Harold, 134, 179, 461
Careless, J.M.S., 783, 784
The Cariboo Horses (Purdy), 480, 481
Cariou, Warren, 80, 82, 85, 137, 138, 699, 700, 740, 744, 764, 820
Carlos Bulosan Theatre (CBT), 576
Carman, Bliss, 2, 287, 288, 296, 300–304, 306, 315, 317, 321, 328, 432
Carmichael, Franklin, 341
Carnival (Hage), 652
Carnival Panel I (McCaffery), 521
Carnival Panel II (McCaffery), 521
Carpenter, J.R., 519
(p. 916) Carpenter-Davis, Sandra, 829
Carr, Angela, 517
Carr, Emily, 709, 819, 822
Carried Away on the Crest of a Wave (Yee), 381
Carrier, Roch, 413
Carrière, Marie, 3, 10, 621, 631, 632
Carruthers, Beth, 747
Carson, Anne, 33
Carter, Adam, 5, 9, 41, 450, 758
Carter, Kathryn, 822
Cartier, Jacques, 47, 230, 233, 244, 658, 659
Cartwright, George, 466, 790
Carver, Raymond, 443
Cary, Thomas, 245, 278–280, 801
The Case of Peter Pan or The Impossibility of Children’s Fiction (Rose), 826
“The Case of the Missing Face” (Kenner), 52
Casgrain, Henri-Raymond, 247, 249
Casgrain, Thérèse, 847
The Cashier (Roy), 341
Le Cassé (Renaud), 406
The Castaways (Lawrence), 829
Casteel, Sarah, 33, 764
Casting Out: The Eviction of Muslims from Western Law and Politics (Razack), 119
The Catcher in the Rye (Salinger), 277
Cather, Willa, 338, 347
Catholic Church, 496
Cat’s Eye (Atwood), 464
Cattermole, William, 283
Caught (Moore), 677
Cavell, Richard, 5, 9, 64, 764
Cazdyn, Eric, 121
Celebrity authorship, 80–91
Cendrars, Blaise, 490
Censorship, 868
Centennial Commission, 375, 376
The Centennial Play (Davies et al.), 376
Center for Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCCS), 122n1
Centering Anishinaabeg Studies: Understanding the World through Stories (eds. Doerfler et al.), 744
Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts, 307
Centre for Globalization and Cultural Studies, 771
A Century of Sonnets (Lampman), 300
Cerberus (Souster, Dudek, & Layton), 323
Cereus Blooms at Night (Mootoo), 594, 872
Certainty (Thien), 463, 574
Césaire, Aimé, 404
Ces étrangers du dedans: Une histoire de l’écriture migrante au Québec (1937–1997) (Moisan & Hildebrand), 624
Chafe, Paul, 11, 676
Chafe, Wallace, 233
Chakravorty, Dipesh, 213
Chamberlain, Pam, 736
Chamberland, Paul, 403, 404, 406, 407, 409, 768
Chamberlin, J. Edward, 719, 728, 734, 756, 758, 763
Champlain, Samuel de, 73, 244, 806, 807
Chan, Harvey, 838
Chan, Marjorie, 576
Chan, Marty, 576
Chanady, Amaryll, 767
Chansons populaires du Canada (Gagnon), 250
Chanting Denied Shores: The Komagata Maru Narratives (Malik), 584, 585
Chao, Lien, 571
Chapman, E.J., 277
Charbonneau, Jean, 251
Chariandy, David, 10, 71, 80, 82, 530, 536, 539, 541, 554, 764, 892
Charland, Maurice, 118
Charlebois, Robert, 407, 410
Charles et Eva (Marmette), 249
Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Nonfiction, 821
Charlevoix, Pierre-François-Xavier de, 244
Charron, François, 409
Charter of Rights and Freedoms, 890
Chartier, Daniel, 626
Chartier, Roger, 806
Chase, Steve, 533
Chateaubriand, François-René de, 248
Le Château de Beaumanoir (Rousseau), 249
Chateau Frontenac, 361
Chatelaine (magazine), 353–356, 358–361, 459
Chatterjee, Partha, 380
Chauveau, P.-J.-O., 249
Chawaf, Chantal, 852
(p. 917) Check List of Canadian Literature (Watters), 800
The Cheese and the Worms (Ginzberg), 785
Le chemin des dames (Ferron), 499
Chen, Cecilia, 738
Chen, Ying, 623
Cherry (Mayor), 703
Cherry, Don, 821
Chevalier, Henri-Émile, 248
Chiasson, Herménégilde, 669
Chick Lit novels, 507
Chiefly Indian (Pennier), 179
Le Chien d’or/The Golden Dog (Kirby), 804
Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage (Byron), 371
Childhood (Alexis), 554
Childhood and Society (Erickson), 60n1
Children’s literature, 826–844
“early” children’s books, 827–830
family reconfigurations in, 831–836
historical fictions, 836–840
Montgomery’s influence, 830–831
“China and Postcolonialism” (ARIEL), 762
China Dog and Other Tales from a Chinese Laundry (Bates), 570
Chinese Canadians, 533
Chinese Immigration Act of 1923 (Canada), 565
Chivers, Sally, 11, 877
Cho, Lily, 5, 10, 34n4, 120, 527, 758, 764
Chomsky, Noam, 111
Chong, Denise, 567, 568, 570
Chorus of Mushrooms (Goto), 464, 572
Choudhury, Romita, 764
Choy, Wayson, 464, 465, 535, 567, 569, 570, 712, 820, 872
Christakos, Margaret, 103, 489
Christian Guardian, 803
Christianity, 285, 287, 305
Christie, Michael, 428
Chroniques de Jerusalem (Delisle), 822–823
The Circle Game (Atwood), 455
Citizenship, 527–538, 782
“Citizen Subject” (Balibar), 531
City Hall Street (Souster), 323
City Treaty (Francis), 701
Civic responsibility, 782
Civil Elegies (Lee), 454, 483–485, 901
Civil Rights Movement, 378, 451, 544, 549
CIV/n (magazine), 324
Cixous, Hélène, 95
Clah, Arthur Wellington, 185n3
Clara Callan (Wright), 466
Clark, David L., 29
Clarke, Austin, 99, 457, 464, 466, 540, 549, 820
Clarke, George Elliott, 486, 539–543, 547, 549, 556, 670, 758, 760, 764, 792, 793
Clayton, Cherry, 764
Clements, Marie, 132, 210, 214, 216
Climate, 42–46, 745
The Clockmaker (Massicotte), 381
The Clockmaker; or The Sayings and Doings of Sam Slick, of Slickville (Haliburton), 431, 660, 804
“The Closing Down of Summer” (MacLeod), 439
Cloud of Bone (Morgan), 681, 685, 686
Coach House Press, 87, 442, 455, 482, 520, 521
Coady, Lynn, 85, 428, 440, 442, 658, 667, 668, 670
Cocalero (Ellis), 839
Cocking, George, 370, 371
Cockroach (Hage), 651, 652
Cocteau, Jean, 377, 382
Code X (Sutherland), 520
The Cod Fisheries: The History of an International Economy (Innis), 115
Cogswell, Fred, 5, 666
Cohen, Leonard, 81, 325, 457, 477, 482, 483, 607, 613, 805, 868
Cohen, Matt, 455, 608, 609, 612–617
Cohen, Nathan, 873
Cohn, Norman, 206n21
Le Coin du feu (periodical), 251
Colas et Colinette ou le Bailli dupé (Quesnel), 247
Coldwell, William, 803
Coleman, Daniel, 10, 27, 31, 52, 59, 60, 479, 541, 544, 699, 704, 758, 764
Collected Poems (Purdy), 481
The Collected Poems and Translations of Edward A. Lacey, 868
Collective memory, 785
Collins, Aileen, 324
Collins, W.E., 325
(p. 918) Collis, Stephen, 741, 900
Coloma, Roland Sintos, 764
“Colonial” (Lane), 668
Colonialism, 318, 528
The Colony of Unrequited Dreams (Johnston), 465, 466, 676–678, 680, 682, 684, 686–688, 790
Colours in the Dark (Reaney), 395, 396
The Colours of War (Cohen), 608
Columbus, Christopher, 229
Come Walk with Me (Mosionier), 135, 182
Coming of Age in Jewish Baghdad (Kattan), 643
Coming Through Slaughter (Ondaatje), 458
Comment faire l’amour avec un nègre sans se fatiguer (Laferrière), 623
Committee for the Equality of Women in Canada (CEWC), 848
Commodification, 904
Common Front strikes (1970s), 414
Communion (Gibson), 882
The Communist Manifesto (Marx & Engels), 93
A Companion to Postcolonial Studies (Schwarz & Ray), 760
The Compleat Gentleman (Gailhard), 43
The Complete Journals of L.M. Montgomery (eds. Rubio & Waterston), 830
Complete Poems (Klein), 327
Complete Poems (Pratt), 327
A Complicated Kindness (Toews), 700
“Compression” (Derksen), 902, 903
Compton, Wayde, 541–543, 546, 547
Conan, Laure, 249, 252
The Concubine’s Children (Chong), 568
“The Confederation Group of Poets” (literary group), 315
Confederation Period, 61n6, 243, 295–313, 371
Confessions of an Immigrant’s Daughter (Salverson), 344
Les Confitures de coings et autres textes (Ferron), 407
The Confusion of Stones (Hassan), 646, 647
La conjuration des bâtards (Noël), 630
Conlogue, Ray, 782
Conn, Jan, 742
Connerton, Paul, 68, 74, 75n8
Connor, Ralph, 52, 260, 295, 305, 696, 698, 804, 880
Conolly, L.W., 762
The Conquest of Canada; or, the Siege of Quebec (Cocking), 370
Conrad, Joseph, 285
Conrad, Margaret, 72, 664, 851
“Conscious for Change” (King), 545
Conservative Party, 388
Conspicuous consumption, 361
Constitutional Act of 1791 (Canada), 245, 247, 280
Consumer culture, 903
Contact (magazine), 324
Contact Press, 324, 477
Contact zones, 229
“Contemporary Poetry” (Smith), 317
Contemporary Verse (magazine), 322, 323, 328
Contexts of Canadian Criticism (Mandel), 326
The Convicts (Lawrence), 829
Cook, Ramsay, 230, 783, 784
Coombes, Annie E., 760
Cooper, Afua, 99, 541, 544
Cooper, Allan, 668
Cooper, Barry, 664
Cooper, James Fenimore, 248
Cooperative Commonwealth Federation, 450
Copps, Sheila, 821
Copway, George, 170, 172, 173–176, 184, 818
Copyright Act of 1875 (Canada), 305
Corker (Lill), 896, 904
Cormack, Barbara Villy, 697
Corman, Cid, 324
Cornellier, Bruno, 11, 755, 760, 764, 770
Corner Gas (television show), 434
Corntassel, Jeff, 162
The Corps of the Bare-Boned Plane (Horvath), 835
Cosmopolitanism, 295–313, 540
Coteau Books, 482, 835
Cotnoir, Louise, 95
Couldry, Nick, 902
Coulter, John, 374
Counterculture histories, 453–462
Counter-history, 448
Counter-memory, 448
“The Counter-Public in Pain” (MacDonald), 478
(p. 919) Country Roads: Memoirs from Rural Canada (Chamberlain), 736
Coupland, Douglas, 458
Le Courier du Canada (newspaper), 250
Cours d’histoire du Canada (Ferland), 250
Cox, Ryan J., 867
Coyote, Ivan E., 428, 440, 441, 874
Coyote City (Moses), 379
The Crackwalker (Thompson), 381
Craig, Mary Coad, 343, 344
“Crash” (Brand), 105
Crash Landing of the Flying Egyptian (Elkhadem), 646
Crawford, Isabella Valancy, 281, 304, 372, 435, 741, 809
Crawley, Alan, 322
Creates, Marlene, 747
Creative nonfiction, 815, 820
Creative Writing in Canada (Pacey), 342, 345, 347
Creeley, Robert, 324, 482
Creelman, David, 84, 662, 666, 671
Cree Michif language, 143
Creighton, Helen, 664
Crémazie, Octave, 247, 250, 251, 297
Creolization, 594, 758, 760
Le cri des oiseaux fous (Laferrière), 632
Crime and Punishment (Dostoevsky), 505
Crimes et chatouillements (Monette), 505
Criminals in Love (Walker), 377
Crip theory, 878, 883
Crip Theory: Cultural Signs of Queerness and Disability (McRuer), 884
“The Critic, Institutional Culture, and Canadian Literature” (Godard), 763
Critical citizenship, 528, 531
Crocker, Stephen, 120
Croft, Tomas, 680, 682
Cronin, J. Keri, 122, 744
Crosby, Alfred W., 282
Crosstalk: Canadian and Global Imaginaries in Dialogue (Brydon & Dvorak), 32, 93
Crowded Out! and Other Sketches (Harrison), 304
Crowley, Mart, 873
Cruikshank, Julie, 238, 719
Crummey, Michael, 466, 670, 677, 679, 680
Crusz, Rienzi, 583
“A Cry from an Indian Wife” (Johnson), 301
“Cry Me a River, White Boy” (Taylor), 160
Cultural citizenship, 530, 531
Cultural elitism, 457
Cultural exceptionalism, 65
Cultural Grammars of Nation: Diaspora and Indigeneity in Canada (Kim, McCall, & Singer), 32, 33, 66
Cultural identity, 550
Cultural memory, 64–79
fictions of remembering, 67–72
nationalizing memory, 72–75
Cultural Memory and Early Civilization: Writing, Remembrance, and Political Imagination (Assmann), 67
Cultural Memory and Western Civilization: Functions, Media, Archives (Assmann), 67
Cultural model of disability, 884
Cultural nationalism, 481, 483, 484, 488
Cultural Spaces and the Cultural Studies and Environmental Humanities series, 118
Cultural studies, 110–125
in exploration genre, 232–235
national character and, 42–46
“Culture and the National Will” (Frye), 53, 55
Culture wars, 29, 471
Cumberland, F.B., 48
Cumyn, Alan, 834
Cunningham, Louis Arthur, 359
The Cunning Man (Davies), 456
The Cure for Death by Lightning (Anderson-Dargatz), 465
Currie, Sheldon, 666–668
Curry, Bill, 72
“The Curse of the Jolly Stone Trilogy” (Lawrence), 829
Curtis, Christopher Paul, 838
Curtis, Wayne, 663
Curzon, Sarah Anne, 371
The Custodian of Paradise (Johnston), 678, 687
Cuthand, Beth, 853
Cuthand, Stan, 186n13
Cutler, May, 827
Cvetkovich, Ann, 70
CV/II (magazine), 455
(p. 920) Cyber-Marx (Dyer-Witheford), 122
Cypress (Klar), 741
Dabydeen, Cyril, 486, 583
Dahab, Elizabeth, 3, 10, 639
Dahan, Andrée, 641, 653
Dahlie, Hallvard, 34n1
D’Alembert, Jean, 44, 45
D’Alfonso, Antonio, 628
Dalhousie University, 430
Dalton, Mary, 666
Daly, Richard, 171, 183
Damage Done by the Storm (Hodgins), 715
D’Amour P.Q. (Godbout), 413
Dance of the Happy Shades (Munro), 437, 808
Dance on the Earth (Laurence), 821
Dandelion (journal), 24
Danica, Elly, 819
Daniells, Roy, 6
The Danish Play (Mills), 381
Dante, 232
Dantin, Louis, 251
Danuta Gleed Literary Award, 442
Danyluk, Stephanie, 179
The Dark Weaver (Salverson), 343
Darkwing (Oppel), 829
Darwin, Charles, 285, 741
Das kulturelle Gedächtnis (Assmann), 67
“Daughter of Zion” (Nowlan), 666
Daughters of Copper Woman (Cameron), 222n6
Daunt, Achilles, 284
Davey, Frank, 5, 9, 17, 35n11, 58, 61n8, 325, 326, 380, 462, 472, 483, 763
David (Birney), 328, 329, 717, 881, 883
David and Other Poems (Birney), 324, 716
Davies, Alan, 33
Davies, Gwendolyn, 764, 856
Davies, Ioan, 118, 120
Davies, Julie A., 140
Davies, Robertson, 260, 373, 376, 397, 449, 451, 455, 456, 460
Davin, Nicholas Flood, 61n3
Davis, Andrea, 541
Davis, Brian Joseph, 522
Davis, Miles, 382
Davis, Natalie Zemon, 785, 786
Davis, Rocio G., 591
Davis, Ronald, 329
Davis, Wade, 742
Dawson, Carrie, 764
Day, Frank Parker, 658, 664
Day, Kirstie McClellan, 818
Day, Margaret, 322
Day and Night (Livesay), 321
Deacon, W.A., 339, 346
Deactivated West 100 (McKay), 718
The Dead Dog Café Comedy Hour (radio program), 441
Dead Man’s Gold (Yee), 838
Dead North (Moreno-Garcia), 443
Dear America series, 836
Dear Canada series, 836
“Dear Common: Ya Basta!” (Collis), 900
Dear Heather (Cohen), 613
Dear Life (Munro), 437
The Death of Donna Whalen (Winter), 677
“The Death of the Subject” (McCaffery), 26
De Certeau, Michel, 590, 781
Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen (France), 532, 536
Declaratory Act of 1778 (Canada), 280
Decolonising Fictions (Brydon & Tiffin), 759
Decolonization, 30, 133, 220, 404, 410, 758, 768, 850, 857
Decomp (Collis & Scott), 741
Deer, Beatrice, 206n18
Deer Dear Sylvia (Cumyn), 834
Defamiliarization, 212, 217
Defamiliarizing the Aboriginal (Emberley), 222n2
Defoe, Daniel, 60, 232
De Groot, Jerome, 781
Delany, Martin, 548, 549
De la Roche, Mazo, 81, 339, 343, 359, 373
Deleuze, Gilles, 116, 474, 487, 639, 647, 653
Delight (de la Roche), 339
DeLillo, Don, 81
Delisle, Guy, 822, 823
Delisle, Jennifer Bowering, 677
Dellamora, Richard, 867
Deloume Road (Hooton), 712
Delvaux, Martine, 627, 629
Demain les dieux naîtront (Chamberland), 409
(p. 921) De Maistre, Joseph, 114
Demers, Modeste, 252
Demerson, Velma, 819
De Mille, James, 305
Dene Cultural Institute, 227
De Niro’s Game (Hage), 651
Denison, Frederick, 284
Denison, Merrill, 372
Dennie, Joseph, 281
DePasquale, Paul, 186n12
Les dépouilles de l’altérité (Durante), 627
Deregulation, 892, 903
Der ershter frimargn / That First Morning” (Zipper), 602
Derksen, Jeff, 92, 94, 489, 764, 892, 893, 895, 900–904
Le dernier des martyrs (Fréchette), 252
Derrida, Jacques, 212
Desbarats, George-Paschal, 803
Desbarats, Pierre-Édouard, 803
Descant (magazine), 455
Descriptive bibliography, 801
The Deserted Village (Goldsmith), 279
Le Désert mauve (Brossard), 520
Desert of the Heart (Rule), 460, 869
Deshaye, Joel, 81, 327, 477
Desjardins, Henry, 251
Despair, and Other Stories of Ottawa (Alexis), 428, 554
Després, Rose, 669
Des Rivières, Marie-José, 359
Desroches, Vincent, 631, 766, 768
Des Rosiers, Joël, 626
La Detresse et l’enchantement (Roy), 819
Devereux, Cecily, 5, 11, 20, 632, 696, 845
Devil in Deerskins (Anahareo), 179
Le Devoir (periodical), 624
Dewar, Jonathan, 10, 150, 792
Dewar, Kenneth, 66
Dewart, Edward Hartley, 3, 7, 50, 51, 61n3
Dewdney, Christopher, 482, 742
DeWitt, Patrick, 85, 716
Dialogues (Lahontan), 244
Diamond Grill (Wah), 535, 575, 820
Diaries, 822
The Diary of Evelyn Lau (film), 571
Diasporic literature, 527–538, 623, 893
Asian Canadian literature, 564–582
South Asian Canadian literature, 592–595
Dickason, Olive, 784
Dickens, Charles, 804
Dickinson, Adam, 736, 742
Dickinson, Emily, 323
Dickinson, Mark, 739
Dickinson, Peter, 764, 864, 865, 869
Dickner, Nicolas, 622, 634
Diderot, Denis, 44, 45
Didur, Jill, 758, 764
Digital age literature, 512–523
machine-generated writing, 513–517
screen-based literature, 517–519
social media and, 521–522
translations and adaptations, 520–521
Dimić, Milan, 26
Directions Home (Clarke), 792
Dirty Laundry (Fung), 567
Disability, 877–891
in Atwood’s writing, 878–882
“crip potential” and, 882–885
as trope, 880–881
Disappearing Moon Cafe (Lee), 464, 465, 567, 712
Disaster studies, 745
Discover Canada: The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship (study guide), 528
A Discovery of Strangers (Wiebe), 465
Discovery Passage (Morse), 712
The Disinherited (Cohen), 608
Dispossession, 217, 590
“Disunity as Unity: A Canadian Strategy” (Kroetsch), 29
The Diviners (Laurence), 260, 457, 460, 461, 698
The Divine Ryans (Johnston), 678
Division of the Modern Language Association of America, 762
Dixon, Michael, 22
Djwa, Sandra, 326, 327, 819
Dk/Some Letters of Ezra Pound (Dudek), 326
Dobozy, Tamas, 442
Dobson, Kit, 31, 33, 93, 121, 122, 575, 893, 904
Doctor, Farzana, 584, 591
(p. 922) Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières), 823
“The Documentary Poem: A Canadian Genre” (Livesay), 329
Dodd, Mead, and Company, 340
Doerfler, Jill, 744
Do Glaciers Listen? (Cruikshank), 719
Dogs at the Perimeter (Thien), 71, 574
Domanski, Don, 668, 740, 741
Dominion Drama Festival (DDF), 374, 388
Dominion Elections Act of 1920 (Canada), 847
Dominion Institute, 782
Donaday, Anne, 766
Donaghue, Emma, 871
Donaldson, Bryce, 179
Don Cherry’s Hockey Stories and Stuff (Cherry), 821
Don McKay: Essays on His Work (Bartlett), 739
Don Messer’s Jubilee (Gray), 379
Donne, John, 323
The Donnellys (Reaney), 376, 395
Don Quichotte de la démanche (Beaulieu), 409, 413
Don’t: A Woman’s Word (Danica), 819
The Doomed Bridegroom (Kotash), 820
Dorais, Louis-Jacques, 205n5
Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize, 576
“Do Seek Their Meat from God” (Roberts), 432
Dostoevsky, 505
“Double colonization,” 852
Le double conte de l’exil (Latif-Ghattas), 623
The Double Hook (Watson), 316, 451, 452
Doucet, Julie, 822
Douglas, James, 716
Douglas, Lauren Wright, 870
Douglas and McIntyre (publisher), 83, 84, 720
The Doukhobors (Woodcock & Avakumovic), 719
Doutre, Joseph, 248
“Dover Beach” (Arnold), 289
Down the Long Table (Birney), 819
Doyle, Arthur Conan, 306
Doyle, Brian, 839
Doyle, James, 327
Dragland, Stan, 301, 327, 764
Drag Queens on Trial (Gilbert), 379
Drama, 369–385
Asian Canadian, 576–577
Stratford Festival, 386–402
Le Drapeau de Carillon (Crémazie), 250–251
The Drawer Boy (Healey), 379
‘Drawn from Nature’ ” (Sugars), 747
Dream Tapestries (Bowman), 316
“DREAM YOU LOST” (Nichol), 518
The Drift of Pinions (Pickthall), 304
“Drinker” (Anderson), 866
Droite et de profil (Alonzo), 642
Druce, Robert, 866
Drummond, William Henry, 47
Drunk Mom (Bydlowska), 821
A Dryad in Nanaimo (Brown), 718
Dryden, John, 371
Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing (Highway), 154, 155, 379, 873
Dubé, Marcel, 406
Dubois, Jacques, 26
Du Bois, W.E.B., 770
Dub poetry, 99
Du Calvet, Pierre, 246
Ducharme, Réjean, 406, 413
The Duchess (Griffiths), 381
Dudek, Louis, 322–324, 326, 347, 476–478, 482, 614, 868
Duffy, Dennis, 34n1, 787
Du fond de mon arrière-cuisine (Ferron), 407
Duley, Margaret, 676
Dumas, Alexandre, 254n18
The Dumbfounding (Avison), 323
Dumont, Dawn, 185
Dumont, Fernand, 406
Dumont, François, 244, 623
Dumont, Gabriel, 130, 461
Dumont, Marilyn, 129, 132, 134, 136, 137, 142, 143, 488, 792
Dumont-Smith, Claudette, 166n12
Dunbar, John, 270
Duncan, Sara Jeannette, 2, 4, 260, 298, 306, 338, 435, 804
Duncan, William, 185n3
Duncan Commission, 663
Duplessis, Maurice, 95, 107n3, 403, 768
Dupuis, Gilles, 625
Dupuy, Michel, 29
(p. 923) Durante, Daniel Castillo, 627, 634
Durham, John George Lambton, First Earl of, 243, 248
Durham Report (1839), 242, 247, 248
Durkin, Douglas, 345
Dutton, Paul, 482
Duval, Sophie, 501
Duval-Thibault, Anna-Marie, 251
Duvernay, Ludger, 246
Du Veuzit, Max, 359
Dvořák, Marta, 32, 93, 765
Dwell (Derksen), 900
Dybikowski, Ann, 852
Dyer, Gwyn, 58
Dyer-Witheford, Nick, 122
Dymond, Greig, 120
Each Man’s Son (MacLennan), 451
Early Canadian literature, 10
Earth Alive: Essays on Ecology (Rowe), 742
Earth and High Heaven (Graham), 339, 343, 346
Earth’s Enigmas (Roberts), 432
Earth Song (Voaden), 373
“Easter 1916” (Yeats), 475
The Easter Egg (Reaney), 395
Eastern European settlers, 5
“Easter Wings” (Herbert), 323
East of Berlin (Moscovitch), 381
East of the City (Dudek), 323
“Eat Bitter” (Fan), 570
Eating Dirt: Deep Forests, Big Timber, and Life with the Tree-Planting Tribe (Gill), 741, 821
Eaton, Edith Maude, 566
Eaton, Winnifred, 566
Éclats de la pierre noire d’oú rejaillet ma vie (Chamberland), 409
“Eclectic Detachment: Aspects of Identity in Canadian Poetry” (Smith), 329
Ecocriticism, 727–754
antecedents of, 730–735
definitions, 728–729
future directions of, 743–748
infrastructure for, 735–742
“Ecocriticism: Some Emerging Trends” (Buell), 728, 729
The Ecocriticism Reader (Glotfelty), 731, 733
The Ecocriticism Reader: Landmarks in Literary Ecology (anthology), 728
Ecofeminism, 743
L’Écologie du réel (Nepveu), 409, 411, 623
Eco-poetics, 668, 669
Ecosexuality, 743
Ecoute, Sultane (Alonzo), 642
Écriture féminine, 95, 854, 871
Écriture migrante, 10, 621–638, 769
Écritures migrantes et identités culturelles (Moisan), 624
The Ecstasy of Rita Joe (Ryga), 376, 379, 395
ECW Press, 852
Ede, Amatoritsero, 542
Edel, Leon, 317, 819
Edgar, Pelham, 341
The Edible Woman (Atwood), 459, 460
Editing Modernity: Women and Little-Magazine Cultures in Canada, 1916–1956 (Irvine), 327, 347
Éditions du Boréal, 406
Éditions Parti pris, 406
“Editors, Ghosts, and Amanuenses” (Brumble), 231
The Educated Imagination (Frye), 55
Edugyan, Esi, 80, 85, 89n3, 463, 554, 701
Edwards, Gail, 827
Edwards, Justin D., 590
Edwards, Mary Jane, 18
Edwardson, Ryan, 395
“Eet me alive” (bissett), 867
Effigy (York), 740
Egan, Susanna, 817, 818
Egoff, Sheila, 826, 827
“Ego-histoire,” 66
Egoyan, Atom, 82
Eh! qu’mon chum est platte (Boulanger & Prégent), 500
Eh? to Zed: A Canadian Abecedarium (Major), 829
Eichhorn, Kate, 10, 489, 512
Eigenbrod, Renate, 745, 764
1837: The Farmers’ Revolt (Salutin), 376
Eisenstein, Bernice, 822
Ekstein, Modris, 66
The Electrical Field (Sakamoto), 569
(p. 924) “Electropoet” (Kearns), 517
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard (Gray), 282, 301
Elements of Political Science (Leacock), 307
Elijah of Buxton (Curtis), 838
Eliot, T.S., 52, 314, 318, 329, 338, 436, 603
Élisa (pseud. Marie-Anne Routhier), 251
Elkhadem, Saad, 645–647, 652, 653
Elkins, Caroline, 760
Elle (Glover), 466
ellipse (magazine), 455
Ellis, Deborah, 839, 840
Ellis, Sarah, 833, 836
Elsa, I Come with My Songs (Gidlow), 865
Emberley, Julia, 10, 209, 758, 764, 850, 857
“Embracing Forgiveness” (Wagamese), 159
The Embroidered Tent (Fowler), 273
L’Emergence d’une culture au féminin (ed. Zavalloni), 853
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 111, 297, 298
The Emigrant (McLachlan), 283
“The Emigration of the Fairies” (Hunter-Duvar), 285
Émile Nelligan et son oeuvre (Nelligan), 251
Emily Climbs (Montgomery), 830
Emily of New Moon (Munro), 307, 341, 830, 831
Emily’s Quest (Montgomery), 830
Emmet, Robert, 281
Emotional Arithmetic (Cohen), 608
Empire, York Street (Moure), 486
Empire and Communications (Innis), 115
Empire of the Beetle: How Human Folly and a Tiny Bug Are Killing North America’s Great Forests (Nikiforuk), 741
The Empire Within (Mills), 768
The Empire Writes Back: Theory and Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures (Ashcroft, Griffiths, & Tiffin), 273, 756, 758
Empress of Britain (ship), 361
Enbridge Northern Pipeline, 441
“The Enchanted Isle: A Dialogue” (Livesay), 866
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 520
Encyclopedia of Contemporary Literary Theory (Walker), 854
Encyclopedia of Literature in Canada (ed. New), 7
Encyclopedia of Post-Colonial Literatures in English (eds. Benson & Conolly), 762
Encyclopédie (Diderot & D’Alembert), 44, 45
The Energy of Slaves (Cohen), 615
Enfin duchesses! (play), 500
Engel, Marian, 460, 740, 822
Engels, Friedrich, 93
English, James F., 88
The Englishman’s Boy (Vanderhaeghe), 465, 790, 888, 889
The English Patient (Ondaatje), 464
Enlightenment, 43, 45, 243, 244, 758
En Masse (magazine), 866
En Mexico (Dudek), 323
En’owkin Centre, Penticton Indian Reserve, 108n5, 738
The Enpipe Line: 70,000 Kilometers of Poetry Written in Resistance to the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipelines Proposal (anthology), 747
Entre les fleuves (Ltaif), 642
Enumerative bibliography, 799, 800
Ephemeral Territories (Manning), 770
Episkenew, Jo-Ann, 142, 162, 164, 171, 187n17, 212
Epistles, Odes, and Other Poems (Moore), 282
Epp, Bernard, 790
Erdrich, Heid E., 174–176
Erdrich, Louise, 172, 184
Erickson, Bruce, 743
Erickson, Erik, 60n1
Ericson, Leif, 229
Erni, John Nguyet, 122
Eros: An Anthology of Male Friendship (Anderson), 866
“Eruptions of Postmodernity: The Postcolonial and Ecological” (Hutcheon), 730
Esonwanne, Uzoma, 764
“Essay on Man” (Pope), 173
Essays, Controversies, Poems (ed. Waddington), 326
Essays on Canadian Writing (journal), 676, 760
Estok, Simon C., 737
Éthel et le térroriste (Jasmin), 404
“Ethnic writing,” 623
(p. 925) Ethnopoetics of the Minority Voice: An Introduction to the Politics of Dialogism and Difference in Metis Literature (Jannetta), 139
“The Ethos of Censorship in English-Canadian Literature: An Ontopornosophical Approach” (Weir), 23
Études littéraires (periodical), 406
L’Euguélionne (Bersianik), 497, 499
Eunoia (Bök), 489
Europe (Dudek), 323
Europe and Other Bad News (Cohen), 607–608
“Europeanization,” 65
Evangelicalism, 266
Evangeline (Longfellow), 252
L’Évangéline (newspaper), 252
Evans, James, 131
Event (magazine), 455, 720
Events and Signals (Scott), 323
Even-Zohar, Itamar, 26
Everson, R.G., 316
Everything on a Waffle (Horvath), 835
Everywhere Being Is Dancing: Twenty Pieces of Thinking (Bringhurst), 740
Evolution and Ethics (Huxley), 282
The Evolution of Canadian Literature (Edwards), 18
Ewart, Chris, 879
The Exalted Company of Roadside Martyrs (Cariou), 138
Exalted Subjects: Studies in the Making of Race and Nation in Canada (Thobani), 119
Exile, 645, 647
Exile (magazine), 455
“The Exploding Porcupine” (Kroetsch), 26
Les Exploits d’Iberville (Rousseau), 249
Exploration genre, 227–241
audience for, 230–231
contact narratives as history, 228–229, 237–239
language and culture in, 232–235
literary influences, 231–232
Expressway (Queyras), 93, 104, 107
Extreme Landscape: The Lure of Mountain Spaces (ed. McDonald), 736
Eyeing the North Star (Clarke), 547
The Eye in the Thicket: Essays at a Natural History (ed. Virgo), 736
The Eye of the Needle (Scott), 323
The Fable of the Goats (Pratt), 317
The Face and the Mask (Barr), 306
Factory Theatre, 375
Fagan, Cary, 609
Fagan, Kristina, 179
Falardeau, Jean-Charles, 406
Falcon, Pierre, 143
Falk, Gathie, 35n6
Fallis, Terry, 87
Fall on Your Knees (MacDonald), 465, 871, 872, 885, 886
Family Compact, 376, 388
“Family Furnishings” (Munro), 426–429, 437, 443
“Family Portrait: Masks of the Bear” (Atwood), 882
Famous Last Words (Findley), 465, 788
Fanon, Frantz, 404, 768
Far, Sui Sin, 566
Farewell Babylon (Kattan), 643
Farhoud, Abla, 627, 630, 647, 648, 650–653
The Farm Show (Johns & Thompson), 379
Farrar, Straus & Giroux (publisher), 86
Farrell-Racette, Sherry, 135
The Far Shore (Wieland), 121
“The Fate of the Oolichan: Prospects of Eco-Cultural Restoration in Eden Robinson’s Monkey Beach” (Soper), 747
“La Fatigue culturelle du Canada français” (Aquin), 404
Fatty Legs (Jordan-Fenton & Pokiak-Fenton), 837
Faulkner, William, 452
Fauna (York), 740
Faurschou, Gail, 117, 756
Fearful Symmetry (Reaney), 325
The Feast of Lupercal (Moore), 611–612
February (Moore), 677, 895, 896, 904
“February Is the Cruelest Month: Neoliberalism and the Economy of Mourning in Lisa Moore’s February” (Wyile), 677
Febvre, Lucien, 802
(p. 926) Fédération des femmes du Québec (FFQ), 847
Fee, Margery, 758, 764
Feeling Canadian: Television, Nationalism, and Affect (Bociurkiw), 121
Feeling the Worlds (Livesay), 866
Les fées ont soif (Boucher), 500
The Feminine Mystique (Friedan), 459, 847
Femininity, 265
Feminism, 263, 371, 414, 459, 484, 486, 629, 731, 743, 819
Feminist literature, 845–862. See also Women’s writing
academic theory and criticism, 848–851, 854–856
anthologies, 851–853
feminist theory, 273
poetry, 471
postfeminism and, 856–857
“second wave” feminism and, 846–848
Féminité, Subversion, Écriture (anthology), 845, 852
Ferens, Dominika, 566
Ferguson, Jade, 541
Ferland, Abbé, 250
Ferne, Doris, 322
Ferron, Jacques, 406–408, 410, 412
Ferron, Madeleine, 499, 502
Fetherling, George, 815
Fiamengo, Janice, 10, 260, 730, 744, 747
Les Fiancés de 1812 (Doutre), 248
Fiction, 448–470. See also specific authors
Atlantic-Canadian, 676–690
counterculture histories, 453–462
Massey Commission and, 449–452
postmodernism, 462–467
Fielding, Sheilagh, 678–680, 683, 684, 686–688
15 Canadian Poets (eds. Geddes & Bruce), 483
Fifth Business (Davies), 456
Filewod, Alan, 389, 390, 395, 397, 451, 764
Filipino Canadians, 565, 576, 577
La Fille du brigand (L’Écuyer), 248
Finch, Robert, 320, 322, 867
Finding Our Way: Rethinking Ethnocultural Ways in Canada (Kymlicka), 66
Findlay, Len, 118, 528, 529, 531, 760
Findley, Timothy, 33, 69, 397, 449, 458, 465, 788, 821, 870, 884
A Fine Balance (Mistry), 889
Fiorentino, Jon Paul, 489, 694, 695, 703
The Fire-Dwellers (Laurence), 460
Firefly Books, 827
Fireweed: A Feminist Quarterly of Writing, Politics, Art and Culture, 819, 850
Fireweed feminist collective, 819
Firewing (Oppel), 829
First Nations, 47, 48, 132, 165n1, 211, 228, 370, 485, 576, 744, 745, 792, 850, 853. See also Indigenous literatures and Aboriginal literature
First Person Plural (McCall), 171
First Screening: Computer Poems (Nichol), 517, 518
First Stage: The Making of the Stratford Festival (Patterson), 387
First Statement (magazine), 322, 866, 867
First Statement 1942–1945: An Assessment and an Index (Fisher), 326
First Statement Press, 322
Firth, Malcolm, 70
Fishbane, Melanie, 830
Fisher, Caitlin, 519
Fisher, John, 375
Fisher, Neil, 326
Fitch, Sheree, 829
Fitzgerald, F. Scott, 338, 434
FitzGerald, Maureen, 864
Five Legs (Gibson), 458, 881
Five-Part Invention: A History of Literary History in Canada (Blodgett), 7, 27, 31
Flamand, Rita, 143n2
“A Flâneur in the Forest: Strolling Point Pelee with Walter Benjamin” (Sandilands), 746
“Flarf” procedure, 105, 108n8
Flash Poetry Generator, 516
Flatley, Jonathan, 589
Fleischmann, Aloys, 530, 531
Fleming, Patricia Lockhart, 801, 806
Fleury, Theoren, 818
Flisfeder, Matthew, 121
Flore Cocon (Jacobs), 501–502
Flower, Archibald, 392
Flowers for Hitler (Cohen), 607, 615
Flowers of Darkness (Cohen), 608
Floyd, Janet, 273
Flying Egyptian trilogy (Elkhadem), 645, 646
(p. 927) Folger, Napatsi, 207n28
Les Folles Alliées (troupe), 500, 501
Fonds québécois de la recherche sur la société et la culture (FQRSC), 770
Fontaine, Phil, 153
forage (Wong), 94, 576, 897
Foran, Charles, 84
The Foreigner (Connor), 696, 698, 880
“For Elie Weisel” (Mandel), 474
“The Forest Path to the Spring” (Lowry), 711
For Joshua: An Ojibway Father Teaches His Son (Wagamese), 184
Forms of Devotion (Schoemperlen), 440
The Forms of Loss (Lacey), 868
For My Brother Jesus (Layton), 608
“For My Sons, Max and David” (Layton), 608
“For Play and Entrance: The Contemporary Canadian Long Poem” (Kroetsch), 24
Forrest, Katherine, 870
Forsdick, Charles, 633
For Those Who Come After (Krupat), 171
Fortier, Dominique, 622
Fortune, My Foe (Davies), 373
Fortune and Men’s Eyes (Herbert), 376, 395, 873
49th Parallel Psalm (Compton), 547, 548
Forum: Canadian Life and Letters (Stevens), 326
Foster, Cecil, 541, 547
Foucault, Michel, 117, 213, 448
Le Fou d’Omar (Farhoud), 650, 652
Found in Alberta: Environmental Themes for the Anthropocene (Boschman & Trono), 738
Fournier, Robert, 768
Fowke, Edith, 6
Fowler, Marian, 273
Fox (Sweatman), 465
Fox, L. Chris, 865
Fox, Terry, 878
Le Foyer canadien (journal), 249
Framing narratives, 594
Framing Truths (Kuester), 787
Francis, Daniel, 302
Francis, Marvin, 701
Francis, Wynne, 326
Frankfurt School, 111, 118
Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award, 442
Fraser, Blair, 355
Fraser, Brad, 874
Fraser, Brendan, 186n13
Fraser, Ray, 439
Fraser, Simon, 230, 231, 235–237, 713
Fraser, Sylvia, 819
Frazer, George James, 232
Fréchette, Louis-Honoré, 246, 247, 251, 252, 284, 297
Freeman, Mini (Minnie) Aodla, 194, 205n10, 818
Freeman, Victoria, 852
French, Alice, 818
French, Donald, 7
French, William, 34n1
French-Canadian literature, 242–259
1763–1837, 243–247
1837–1900, 247–253
Révolution tranquille and, 403–425
French Canadians, 244, 280
French exceptionalism, 70
French language, 404, 410, 646
French Revolution (1787–99), 242
Frères du Sacré-coeur, 514
Fresh Tracks: Writing the Western Landscape (Banting), 735, 736
Freud, Sigmund, 213, 214
Frew, Lee, 11, 863
Friedan, Betty, 459, 847
The Friends of Meager Fortune (Richards), 741
Friesen, Joe, 72, 75n3
Friesen, Patrick, 700
Friskney, Janet B., 82
Frobisher, Martin, 233
“The Frog Song” (Charlebois), 407
From Anna (Little), 832
From the Iron House (Rymhs), 171
Frost, Robert, 668
Frow, John, 823
Frye, Northrop, 1, 5, 6, 9, 17, 18, 20–23, 32, 35n9, 51–59, 298, 325, 326, 337, 338, 340, 376, 380, 397, 455, 472, 473, 481, 670, 719, 730, 780, 815, 897
“Frye Island, N.B. Canada” (Carman), 288
Frygian theory and criticism, 733
Fu-Gen Asian Canadian Theatre Company, 577
(p. 928) Fugitive Pieces (Michaels), 465, 609, 610, 791, 792
Fulford, Robert, 612, 614, 782
Fulford, Tim, 173, 174
Fuller, Danielle, 84, 87, 666, 671
Fung, Richard, 567, 568
Funny Boy (Selvadurai), 584, 588, 589, 872
Funny Little Stories: Memoir 1 (Wolvengrey), 185
Fun yener zayt lid / On the Other Side of the Poem” (Korn), 603
Furious (Moure), 485
The Fur Trade in Canada: An Introduction to Canadian Economic History (Innis), 115
Fuse Magazine, 520
Future Indicative (Moss), 17
“Future Indicative” conference, 25
“The Future Library” project, 438
Gabriel, Christina, 893
Gafaiti, Hafid, 633
Gaffield, Chad, 783
Gaff Topsails (Kavanagh), 679, 680, 682, 684
Gagnon, Ernest, 250
Gagnon, Madeleine, 852
Gailhard, John, 43
Gale, Lorena, 544
Gallagher, Mary, 633
Gallant, Mavis, 435, 436
Gallays, François, 408
Gallichan, Gilles, 806
Gallop, Jane, 846, 851, 854
Galt, John, 283
Gandhi, Indira, 587
Garant, Dominique, 625
Garden metaphor, 594
Le Gardien de mon frère (Kattan), 651
Garfield, Louise, 35n6
Gargoyles (Gaston), 428
Garneau, Alfred, 247, 249–251, 254n21
Garneau, François-Xavier, 243
Garneau, Hector Saint-Denys, 403, 879
Garnier School, 155
Gartner, Zsuzsi, 85, 428, 440
Gascon, Jean, 388
Gaskell, Philip, 802
Gaspé, Philippe Aubert de, 247, 249, 297
Gaspereau Press, 83, 84
Gaston, Bill, 428, 711
The Gathering: Stories for the Medicine Wheel (Scofield), 136
Gathering Strength: Canada’s Aboriginal Action Plan (1998), 154
Gauvin, Lise, 626, 630, 769
Gauvreau, Claude, 406
Gay, Michelle, 519
Gay and lesbian literature, 863–876
The Gay]Grey Moose (Bentley), 27
Gayton, Don, 742
La Gazette littéraire de Montréal, 243, 245, 246
Gedalof, Robin, 172
Geddes, Gary, 34n1, 327, 483
Geistesgeschichte, 47
Gélinas, Gratien, 373
Gellner, Ernest, 380
Gender and queer studies, 731. See also Gay and lesbian literature
“General Grant” (Arnold), 1
Generation X (Coupland), 458
Genetsch, Martin, 591
Geniesh: An Indian Girlhood (Willis), 179, 818
“The Genius” (Cohen), 615
Gens du silence (Micone), 623
The Geography of Voice: Canadian Literature of the South Asian Diaspora (McGifford), 583
George, David, 543
George, Susan, 895
Gérin, Annie, 120
Gérin-Lajoie, Antoine, 249, 252
Gerson, Carole, 10, 27, 82, 302, 327, 337, 365, 764, 806, 856
Ghalem, Nadia, 641
Ghettoization, 625
Gibbons, Velma, 222n5
Gibbs, Philip, 359
Gibson, Douglas, 808
Gibson, Graeme, 429, 455, 458, 881, 882
Gidlow, Elsa, 865
Gilbert, Sky, 379, 873, 874
Gill, Charlotte, 741, 742, 821
Gill, E.A. Wharton, 699
Gillen, Mollie, 830
Giller Awards, 88, 89n2
(p. 929) Gillespie, Ethel, 359
Gilmore, Leigh, 817
Gilmore, Rachna, 840
Gilmore, Thomas, 243
Gilroy, Paul, 123n1, 556
Gingell, Susan, 31, 758, 764, 866
Ginzberg, Carlo, 785
Giraud, Marcel, 179
The Girl in the Goldfish Bowl (Panych), 381
Giroux, Amélie, 252
Girvan, Anita, 745
Gissing, George, 381
Giving Canada a Literary History (Klinck), 20
The Glace Bay Miners’ Museum (Currie), 667
Le Glaneur (periodical), 251
Glass, Loren, 81
Glassco, John, 317, 326, 328, 817, 867
Glavin, Terry, 742
The Global Forest: Forty Ways Trees Can Save Us (Beresford-Kroeger), 742
Globalization, 93, 621, 703, 892, 897, 898, 901, 902
La gloire de Cassiodore (LaRue), 506
Glotfelty, Cheryll, 728–731
Glover, Douglas, 428, 440, 466
Gnarowski, Michael, 34n1, 326, 347, 476–478, 482
God and the Indian (Taylor), 160
Godard, Barbara, 17, 20, 25, 31, 34n4, 35n9, 96, 327, 763, 764, 851, 852, 855, 856, 864
Godbout, Jacques, 406, 407, 413
Godbout, Lucie, 500
Goddard, Horace, 542
Godfrey, Dave, 34n1, 458, 486
Godin, Gérald, 406, 407
Godless But Loyal to Heaven (Van Camp), 206n22
“Godzilla vs. Post-Colonial” (King), 466
Goellnicht, Donald, 566, 573, 764
Goldberg, David Theo, 479
The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion (Frazer), 232
The Golden Dog (Kirby), 305, 307
The Golden Spruce: A True Story of Myth, Madness and Greed (Vaillant), 741
Goldie, Terry, 11, 758, 764, 863–865
Goldman, Jonathan, 81
Goldman, Marlene, 764
Goldsmith, Oliver, 279, 280, 660
Goldwater, Anne-France, 88
Gone Indian (Kroetsch), 788
Goodlands (Kaye), 695
The Good-Natured Feminist: Ecofeminism and the Quest for Democracy (Sandilands), 122
Goodness (Redhill), 381
Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) (MacDonald), 871
The Goose (magazine), 737
Gordon, C.G., 284
Gordon, Charles, 305
Gordon, Jon, 745
Gordon Residential School, 165n5
Gothicism, 456
Goto, Hiromi, 464, 572, 697, 701, 764, 840
Go to Sleep, World (Souster), 323
Goulet, Clare, 739
Govier, Katherine, 747
Gowdy, Barbara, 428, 440, 740
Goyette, Sue, 740
Graham, Gwethalyn, 339, 343, 346
Grain (Stead), 696, 702
Grainger, Martin Allerdale, 711
Gramsci, Antonio, 662
Gramsci’s Politics of Language: Engaging the Bakhtin Circle and the Frankfurt School (Ives), 121
Granatstein, J.L., 66, 326, 782–784
Grandpré, Pierre de, 406
Grant, George, 56, 111, 114–117, 120, 454, 481, 543
Grant, Jessica, 440, 670, 677, 678
Graphic memoir, 822
Grass, Sky, Song: Promise and Peril in the World of Grassland Birds (Herriot), 746
“The Grass is Epic: Tim Lilburn’s Moosewood Sandhills” (Bartlett), 739
Grauer, Lally, 488
“The Grave-Tree” (Carman), 303
Gray, Beryl, 301, 359, 379
Gray, Charlotte, 819
Gray, James H., 790
Gray, John, 378
Gray, Thomas, 282
(p. 930) Green, Mary Jean, 766
Green girl dreams Mountains (Dumont), 137
Green Grass, Running Water (King), 260, 467, 701, 744
“The Greenhorn” (Rosenfarb), 603
Greening the Maple: Canadian Ecocriticism in Context (Soper & Bradley), 735, 738
The Green Pitcher (Livesay), 320, 865
Gregory, Derek, 764
Gretzky: An Autobiography (Gretzky), 821
Gretzky: From Backyard Rink to the Stanley Cup (Gretzky), 814
Gretzky, Walter, 814
Gretzky, Wayne, 814, 821
Grey, Janice, 207n29
Grey Owl (aka Archie Belaney), 739, 746, 817
Griffin, Dustin, 506
Griffiths, Gareth, 756
Griffiths, Linda, 170, 378, 381
Grinder, Barbara, 736
Grizzly Heart: Living Without Fear Among the Brown Bears of Kamchatka (Russell), 746
Groome, Margaret, 389
Gross, Paul, 397
Groundwood Books, 827
Ground Works: Avant Garde For Thee (ed. Bök), 489
Groupe de recherche sur l’édition littéraire au Québec (GRÉLQ), 806
Group of Seven, 372
Grove, Frederick Philip, 315, 337, 339, 692, 697, 703, 817
Growing Up DeGrassi: Television, Identity and Youth Cultures (Byers), 121
Growing Up Stupid under the Union Jack (Clarke), 820
The Guardians (Pyper), 397
Guattari, Félix, 474, 487, 639, 647, 653
La Guerre, Yes Sir! (Carrier), 413
The Guests of War Trilogy (Pearson), 832
Gueye, Abdoulaye, 767
Guibord, Joseph, 250
A Guide to Canadian Children’s Books (Baker & Setterington), 827
Guinness, Alec, 387
“Gulf of Georgia” (Birney), 710
Gulliver’s Travels (Swift), 232
Gunew, Sneja, 758, 764
Guppy, Stephen, 712
Gurdjeff, Georgi, 382
Guthrie, Tyrone, 387, 390, 394, 396, 397
Guttman, Anna, 764
Guy, Ray, 676
Gwyn, Richard, 821
Gwyn, Sandra, 676, 681
Gynocritics/La gynocritique: Feminist Approaches to Writing by Canadian and Québécoise Women/Approches féministes à l’écriture des canadiennes et québécoise (ed. Godard), 20, 852, 854
Habermas, Jürgen, 26
Habitability, 628
Hage, Rawi, 80, 649, 651–653, 892, 904
Haggerty, George, 865
Haig-Brown, Roderick, 711, 719
Haig-Brown, Valerie, 736
Halbwachs, Maurice, 64
Halen, Pierre, 630
Half-Blood Blues (Edugyan), 89n3, 463, 554
Halfbreed (Campbell), 134, 135, 138, 154, 170, 171, 179, 185, 460, 461, 818
Halfe, Louise, 142, 144n15, 488, 702
Haliburton, R.G., 1
Haliburton, Thomas Chandler, 306, 431–433, 660, 780, 793, 804
Halifax Gazette, 803
Hall, Charles Francis, 233
Hall, Stuart, 118, 123n1, 555, 894
Hamilton, Sylvia, 542
Hamish Hamilton Canada, 85
Hammill, Faye, 10, 81, 352
The Handmaid’s Tale (Atwood), 464
Hands of History (Todd), 183
The Hanging of Angélique (Cooper), 544
Hanrahan, Heidi, 185n2
“Happy Locally, Sad Geopolitically” (Derksen), 901, 902
Haraldsen, Kjeld, 678
Hardt, Michael, 31
Harel, Simon, 623, 627–630, 632, 764
Hargreaves, Alex, 633
Harlem Duet (Sears), 381
Harman, Graham, 116
(p. 931) Harman, James, 364
Harper, Stephen, 74, 160, 369, 371, 800
HarperCollins, 442
Harris, Claire, 486
Harris, Cole, 785
Harris, Michael, 896
Harrison, Dick, 730
Harrison, Susan Frances, 304
Hart, Julia Catherine Beckwith, 856
Hart House Theatre, 388
Harting, Heike, 764
Harvey, David, 93, 894
Harvey, Kenneth J., 681, 686
Hassan, Marwan, 646, 647, 652, 653
Hath Not a Jew … (Klein), 324
“Haunting,” 569
Hayakawa, S.I., 290
Hayman, John G., 43, 45
Hayman, Robert, 659
Head, Harold, 541
Headhunter (Findley), 870
The Headmaster’s Wager (Lam), 574
Headwaters of Canadian Literature (MacMechan), 7
Healey, Michael, 379, 382
Healy, J.E. (Jack), 756
Hearne, Samuel, 230
The Heart of a Woman (Hensley), 304
Heart of Darkness (Conrad), 285
“Heat” (Lampman), 300, 304
Heavysege, Charles, 297
Hébert, Anne, 411
Heble, Ajay, 462, 764, 789
He Drown She in the Sea (Mootoo), 584, 593, 594
Heidbreder, Robert, 829
Heidegger, Martin, 24, 115
Heidsieck, Charles, 362
Heise, Ursula, 728, 729
Hellenism, 286
Hellgoing (Coady), 442
Helms, Gabriele, 818
Hemingway, Ernest, 338, 434
Henderson, Jennifer, 31, 273, 764
Henderson, Mathew, 740
Henderson, Scott, 822
Hendry, Tom, 394
Hennepin, Louis, 244
Henrik Ibsen on the Necessity of Producing Norwegian Theatre (Palmer), 377
Henry V (Shakespeare), 371
Hensley, Sophia Almon, 304
Henson, Josiah, 545, 546, 549
Henty, G.A., 828
Herbert, George, 323
Herbert, John, 376, 395, 873
Les Herbes rouges (periodical), 406
Herder, Johann Gottfried Von, 45–48, 50
Here Is Queer: Nationalisms, Sexualities, and the Literatures of Canada (Dickinson), 864, 865
Herizons: Women’s News + Feminist Views (magazine), 819, 850
Hernandez, Catherine, 577
Hero of Lesser Causes (Johnston), 833
Herriot, Trevor, 740, 746
“He Scarcely Resembles the Real Man” (Fraser), 186n13
Heti, Sheila, 80, 83, 85–88
Heuer, Karsten, 740, 746
Hewson, Kelly, 764
“Hiawatha” (Longfellow), 277, 699
The Hidden Adult (Nodelman), 826
The Hidden Room (Dragland), 327
Hiemstra, Mary, 274n2
Higher Criticism, 285
The Higher Hill (Campbell), 341, 342
“The Higher Pantheism” (Tennyson), 287
High Spirits (Davies), 456
Highway, Tomson, 154–157, 172, 379, 467, 873, 884
Highways of Canadian Literature (Logan & French), 7
Hilary Weston Prize for Nonfiction, 821
Hilberg, Raul, 75n6
Hildebrand, Renate, 624, 629
Hill, Colin, 315, 316, 327, 338, 435, 452, 693, 703
Hill, Lawrence, 463, 540, 546, 547
Hill-Land (Voaden), 373
Hill-Tout, Charles, 235
Hine, Daryl, 868
Hinz, Evelyn, 814
Hirsch, Marianne, 68, 71, 75n6, 76n9, 76n12
His Greatness (MacIvor), 381
(p. 932) Histoire (Garneau), 249
Histoire de la littérature canadienne (Lareau), 250
Histoire de la littérature québécoise (Biron et al.), 411, 623
Histoire de la Nouvelle France (Charlevoix), 244
Histoire de l’édition française (eds. Martin, Chartier, & Vivet), 806
Histoire de l’édition littéraire au Québec au XXe siècle (ed. Michon), 806
Histoire du Canada depuis sa découverte jusqu’à nos jours (Garneau), 243, 247
Historica, 782
An Historical and Statistical Account of Nova Scotia (Haliburton), 780
Historical bibliography, 802
The Historical Novel (de Groot), 781
Historiographic fiction, 584–587, 780–798
children’s literature, 836–840
History and Theory (Jenkins & Zagorin), 786
A History of Canadian Literature (New), 7
The History of Emily Montague (Brooke), 856
A History of Forgetting (Adderson), 64, 68, 71
History of New France (Membertou), 233
History of the Book in Canada (eds. Fleming et al), 27, 806
History of the Book in Canada project, 787
A History of the Canadian Pacific Railway (Innis), 115
History of the Village of Small Huts (Hollingsworth), 382
Hjartarson, Paul, 764
Hladki, Janice, 35n6
Hlongwanne, Gugu, 764
Hobbs, Ray, 72
Hobbs, Sandra, 769
Hobsbawm, Eric, 59, 380
Hodgetts, A.B., 784
Hodgins, Jack, 26, 356, 438, 439, 458, 465, 714–716, 783, 785
Hodgins, Peter, 782
Hoggart, Richard, 123n1
Holbert, Cornelia, 179
Holland, Patrick, 764
Hollingsworth, Michael, 382
The Hollow Tree (Lunn), 837
Holmes, Nancy, 736, 738, 741, 742
Holmlund, Heather, 838
Holocaust, 74, 606, 609, 791, 792, 818, 819
Homel, David, 626
Home Place: Essays on Ecology (Rowe), 742
Homer, 229
Home-Work: Postcolonialism, Pedagogy, and Canadian Literature (Sugars), 764–765
L’Homme rapaillé (Miron), 407, 413
Homosexual, lesbian, and queer politics, 410. See also Gay and lesbian literature
Hood, Andrew, 443
Hood, Hugh, 439
Hooton, Matthew, 712
Hope Deferred (Davies), 373
Hopkinson, Nalo, 536
Hopkinson, William Charles, 585
HorizonZero site, 518
The Hornbooks of Rita K (Kroetsch), 94
Horsburgh, Amelia, 179, 274n3
Horvath, Polly, 835, 836
Horwood, Harold, 668, 676
Hosanna (Tremblay), 864
The House (Cormack), 697
Householder, Johanna, 35n6
House of Anansi Press, 86, 442, 472, 486
The House of Difference: Cultural Politics and National Identity in Canada (Mackey), 119
House of Hate (Janes), 665
“House-wife novels,” 499
Hovey, Richard, 302
Howard O’Hagan Award, 575
Howe, Joseph, 431, 432, 660, 734, 804
Howe, Nicholas, 390
Howsam, Leslie, 803
How Should a Person Be? (Heti), 86
How to Play: The Theatre of James Reaney (Parker), 396
Hoy, Helen, 764
Hoyt, Charles, 329
Hubel, Teresa, 221, 758, 764
Hudon, Normand, 514
Hudson, Peter, 541
Hudson’s Bay Company, 130, 235
Huebener, Paul, 737, 743, 746
Huggan, Graham, 205n2, 584
(p. 933) Hughes, Isabelle, 343, 345–347
Hugo, Richard, 716
Huguenin, Anne-Marie, 356, 358
Hulan, Renée, 11, 780
Hulan, Shelley, 789
Humanism, 32, 556
Humanities Research Council of Canada, 800
Hume, David, 41, 44, 45
Humour
feminism and, 496–500
satire, 503–507
in women’s writing, 495–511
Huneault, Kristina, 327
The Hungry Ghosts (Selvadurai), 535, 872
Hunter, Bernice Thurman, 831
Hunter, Lynette, 24, 32, 474, 765
Hunter-Duvar, John, 285, 286
The Huron Chief, and Other Poems (Kidd), 283
Huston, James, 246
Huston, Nancy, 33
Hutcheon, Linda, 24, 58, 462, 497, 567, 730, 763, 764, 787, 788, 790
Hutner, Gordon, 338
Huxley, Thomas, 282
Huyssen, Andreas, 64
Hybridity, 141, 408, 594, 595, 621
Hynes, Joel Thomas, 677, 687
I am a Taxi (Ellis), 839
I Am Yours (Thompson), 381
“I and I: Phyllis Webb’s ‘I Daniel’” (Scobie), 24
Ibbitson, John, 73, 903
Icefields (Wharton), 465, 740
Idealism, 114
Ideas for a Philosophy of History of Mankind (Herder), 46
Identity and Justice (Angus), 121
Identity politics, 410, 573, 850
An Idiot Joy (Mandel), 474
If This Is Your Land, Where Are Your Stories? (Chamberlin), 734
Igloolik Isuma Productions, 206n21
Ignatieff, Michael, 821
I Knew Two Metis Women (Scofield), 137
Il était un fois dans l’Est (Tremblay), 413
Ilha do Desterro (journal), 763
Illustrado (Syjuco), 574
Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origins and Spread of Nationalism (Anderson), 46, 59
Imagining Resistance: Visual Culture and Activism in Canada (Cronin & Robertson), 122
Immigration, 99, 554, 565, 583, 592, 645, 646, 697, 700, 713
Immigration Act (1967), 570
L’Immobile (Alonzo), 642
L’Impartial (newspaper), 252
Imperialism, 371, 386, 486
The Imperialist (Duncan), 306
“The Imperial Spirit” (Smith), 284
The Imposter Bride (Richler), 610
Inalienable Rice (Powell Street Revue), 566, 575
In Another Place Not Here (Brand), 552
Incendies (Mouawad), 649, 650
The Inconvenient Indian (King), 163
Indian Horse (Wagamese), 160, 741
Indian Residential Schools, 150-169, 165n2, 837
Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement (IRSSA), 5, 154
Indian School Days (Johnston), 155, 164, 183, 818
“Indian Summer” (Campbell), 303
Indigenous autobiography, 10, 170-190
Indigenous languages, 712
Indigenous literatures, 127–223
Aboriginal writing and reconciliation, 150–169
autobiographies, 170–190
decolonization and, 210–212
exploration genre, 227–241
gay and lesbian literature, 872
Inuit, 10, 191–208, 211
Metis literature, 129–149
prairie literature, 696–698
shadow stories, 214–220
women’s writing, 209–223
Indigenous Methodologies (Kovach), 185
Indigenous Poetics in Canada (McLeod), 744
Indigenous Storywork: Educating the Heart, Mind, Body and Spirit (Archibald), 183
Indigenous uncanny, 212–214, 221
Indigenous women’s writing, 10, 850
In Divers Tones (Roberts), 287, 299
(p. 934) Individualism, 500, 902
Individuality, 436
Indo-Caribbean diaspora, 593
In Due Season (Van der Mark), 343, 347, 697, 700
Industrial model of education, 783
Inexpressible Island (Young), 381
L’Influence d’un livre (Gaspé), 247, 248
Influency Salon (Christakos), 103
In Flux: Transnational Shifts in Asian Canadian Writing (Miki), 93, 576
Inglis, John, 283
In Memoriam (Tennyson), 287
In My Father’s House (Fraser), 819
Innis, Harold, 111, 115–117, 120
Innocent Cities (Hodgins), 465
The Innocent Traveller (Wilson), 710
“In Search of Alias Grace” (Atwood), 786, 790
In Search of April Raintree (Mosionier), 135, 136, 139, 140, 466
In Search of Myself (Grove), 817
Inside Memory: Pages from a Writer’s Workbook (Findley), 821
Inside Out (Tyman), 701, 703
Inspiritation, 285–291
In Spite of Killer Bees (Johnston), 833
Intelligence (Hassan), 646
L’Intendant Bigot (Marmette), 249
Intercultural memory, 66
International Commonwealth Short Story Prize, 442
International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, 442
Internationalization, 388
Internment, 565
Intertidal Life (Thomas), 712
Interventions (journal), 763
Interviewing Inuit Elders (Laugrand, Oosten, & Kublu), 192
“In the Country Churchyard” (Scott), 301
In the Feminine (Dybikowski), 485
In the feminine: women and words/les femmes et les mots conference, 852
In The Midst of Alarms (Barr), 306
In the Shadow of Elephants (CBT), 577
In the Shadow of Evil (Mosionier), 135
In the Skin of a Lion (Ondaatje), 81, 463, 465, 591, 609, 788
In the Village of Viger (Scott), 301, 433
The Intimate Empire (Whitlock), 265, 760
Intimate Journal (Brossard), 820
Introduction to Canadian Poetry (Woodcock), 477
Inuit literature, 10, 191–208, 211
The Invention of the World (Hodgins), 458
“Inventions of Sexuality in Kathleen Winter’s Annabel” (Neuhaus), 677
Inventory (Brand), 93, 99, 100, 102, 107, 530, 552
Ipellie, Alootook, 194, 206n12
Irish Rebellion of 1798, 281
Irony, 509
Irvine, Dean, 10, 327, 328, 347
Irwin, William Arthur, 356
Isaac, Elisapie, 206n19
Is Canada Postcolonial? (Moss), 32, 756
Isidore of Seville, 43
Isin, Engin, 533
Islamic garden, 594
Isuma, 205n3
“Italian Multiculturalism” (Davey), 35n11
It’s a Good Life, If You Don’t Weaken (Seth), 822
It’s All True (Sherman), 381
Ives, Peter, 121
I’ve Tasted My Blood (Acorn), 480
Ivison, Douglas, 590
I Walk in Two Worlds (Brass), 176
I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors (Eisenstein), 822
Jackson, Marni, 736
Jacob, Suzanne, 501, 502
Jacques, Edna, 359
Jacques et Marie (Bourassa), 249
The Jade Peony (Choy), 464, 465, 569, 712
Jaffe, Aaron, 81
Jalna (de la Roche), 339, 343
James, Thomas, 229
Jameson, Anna Brownell, 261, 267, 268
Jameson, Fredric, 25, 64, 112
Jameson, Robert, 267
Janes, Percy, 665, 676
Jannetta, Armando, 139
Japanese-Canadian redress movement, 816
(p. 935) Japanese Canadians, 568, 570, 576, 819
Japanese internment, 585
Japanese Nightingale (Winnifred), 566
Japanese Redress Movement, 463
Les Jardins de cristal (Ghalem), 641
Jarman, Mark Anthony, 428, 440
Jasmin (Truss), 828
Jasmin, Claude, 404
Jaunière, Claude, 359
Jautard, Valentin, 245
Jay, Martin, 405
Jay, Paul, 93
Jean Rivard, économiste (Gérin-Lajoie), 249
Jean-Rivard, le défricheur (Gérin-Lajoie), 249
Jefferess, David, 758, 764
Jenik, Adriene, 520
Jenkins, Keith, 786
Jenness, Diamond, 235
Je regarde les femmes (Kattan), 651
“Jerk” (Derksen), 901, 902
Jerome, Joseph K., 306
Jerusalem (Delisle), 822
Jessica (Campbell/Griffiths), 378
A Jest of God (Laurence), 460, 697
“Je suis cubain / yankee no je suis nègre je lave les planchers dans un / bordel du Texas je suis Québécois” (Chamberland), 404
Je suis un écrivain japonais (Laferrière), 626
The Jesuit Relations, 816
Jesuits’ Reasons Unreasonable (Huxley), 283
Jeux de patience (Farhoud), 630, 647, 648, 650
Jewish Canadian literature, 602–620
poetics of response in, 610–616
tradition in, 602–610
Jewish Canadians, 5
Jewish immigration, 604, 610
Jewish Publication Society of America, 603
Jocelyn, Marthe, 831, 840
Johns, Ted, 379
Johnson, E. Pauline, 81, 220, 296, 301, 302, 713
Johnson, Fran, 222n5
Johnson, J.W., 42, 48
Johnson, Kendall, 185n2
Johnson, Yvonne, 170
Johnston, Anna, 760
Johnston, Basil, 154–157, 161, 164, 183, 462, 818
Johnston, Hugh, 586
Johnston, Julie, 831, 833, 834
Johnston, Wayne, 465, 466, 658, 662, 676–678, 680, 681, 686, 687, 786, 790, 792, 821
Jolliet, Louis, 244
Jolly, Rosemary, 764
Jones, Ann Rosalind, 854
Jones, D.G., 21, 23, 57, 472, 477, 483
Jones, Doug, 730
Jones, Joseph, 762
Jones, Manina, 571, 764
Jones, Peter, 173
Jordan, Gilbert Paul, 222n5
Jordan, Philip, 216
Jordan, Terry, 735
Jordan-Fenton, Christy, 837
Joseph, Clara, 764
Joubert, Lucie, 10, 495
Journal du voyage de M. Saint-Luc de La Corne (Saint-Luc), 246
Journal intime (Brossard), 820
Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 762
Journal of West Indian Literature, 763
The Journals of Knud Rasmussen (film), 199, 206n21
The Journals of Susanna Moodie (Moodie), 260, 465, 801
The Journey Prize Anthology, 442
Joyce, James, 112, 338, 436, 604
Joyland: A Hub for Short Fiction (blog), 522
Joy of Apex (Folger), 203
Judith (Van Herk), 460
Julien, Pauline, 409
Julius Caesar (Shakespeare), 289
Jung, Carl, 456
“Jung-Sum Second Brother” (Choy), 569
Kadar, Marlene, 814, 820
Kalingo, Adamie, 194
Kalm, Pehr, 242
Kalsey, Surjeet, 583
Kam, Winston, 567, 576
Kamboureli, Smaro, 28, 32, 33, 81, 93, 94, 121, 463, 475, 476, 487, 528, 529, 758, 763, 764, 853, 856
Kamra, Sukeshi, 758, 764
Kanaganayakam, Chelva, 763, 764
Kane, Margo, 144n5
(p. 936) Kane, Paul, 133, 230
Kant, Immanuel, 45, 56
Kanu, Yatta, 764
The Kappa Child (Goto), 572, 697, 701
Karpinski, Eva, 820
Karr, Clarence, 89n4
Kattan, Naïm, 626, 629, 640, 643–645, 649, 651, 653
Kaufman, Gloria, 504
Kavanagh, Patrick, 679–682
Kaye, Frances W., 695
Keahey, Deborah, 693
Kearns, Lionel, 517
Keate, Stuart, 665
Keats, John, 288–290, 303
Keefer, Janice Kulyk, 663, 666
Keeper ‘n Me (Wagamese), 159, 467
Keith, W.J., 7, 472
Kelly, Peggy Lynn, 327
Kelsey, Henry, 692
Kennedy, Bill, 515, 516, 519
Kennedy, Dan, 155
Kennedy, John F., 847
Kennedy, Leo, 317, 319, 320
Kenner, Hugh, 52, 53, 57
Kenney, Denise, 742
“Kensington Gardens” (Arnold), 287
Kepler, Johannes, 381
Kerber, Jenny, 177, 695, 702, 734, 735, 738, 739
Kertzer, Adrienne, 791
Kertzer, Jonathan, 2, 47, 58
Key Porter Books, 89n3
Khordoc, Catherine, 3, 10, 621, 630, 631
Kidd, Adam, 280, 283
Kids Can Press, 827
Killam, G.D., 762, 764
The Killdeer and Other Plays (Reaney), 396, 398
The Killing of History: How Literary Critics and Social Theorists Are Murdering Our Past (Windschuttle), 782
Kim, Christine, 32, 33, 66, 897
Kinch, Martin, 394
“Kinetic Poem” (Kearns), 517
Kinew, Wab, 164
King, Boston, 543
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 545
King, Thomas, 163, 172, 260, 428, 441, 466, 467, 701, 761, 764, 792
Kingsway (Turner), 711
Kipling, Rudyard, 800
Kirby, William, 284, 305, 804
Kiss of the Fur Queen (Highway), 156, 467, 873
Kit (Woods), 828
Kiyooka, Roy, 486, 575, 820
Klahowya Tillicum: Coming Home to the Stories and Songs of the West Coast” (Chamberlin), 719
Klar, Barbara, 741
Klein, A.M., 67, 68, 74, 317, 320, 322, 324, 327, 328, 603, 605–607, 610, 613, 866
Klinck, Carl F., 5–7, 17, 18, 20, 26, 337, 472, 800, 815
Klippenstein, Frieda Esau, 10, 227
Knelman, Martin, 379
Knister, Raymond, 328, 346, 359, 434
Knopf Canada, 89n3
Knowles, Richard, 66, 387, 388, 395, 398, 764
Kogawa, Joy, 65, 71, 72, 449, 463, 465, 564, 569–571, 585, 715
Kokis, Sergio, 623, 768
Kolodny, Annette, 696
Komagata Maru incident (1914), 585–587
The Komagata Maru Incident (Pollock), 377
Kootenay School of Writing (KSW), 103, 900
Korinek, Valerie, 359
Korn, Rokhl, 603
Kostash, Myrna, 820
Kovach, Margaret, 184
Kovar, Émile, 254n23
Koyczan, Shane, 80
Kreisel, Henry, 604, 605, 610, 612, 616
Krieghoff, Cornelius, 47
Kristeva, Julia, 92
Kroetsch, Robert, 23, 24, 26, 29, 34n5, 58, 94, 325, 448–449, 454, 458, 465, 692–694, 698, 702, 727, 728, 730, 734, 740, 764, 788
Kroker, Arthur, 123n3
Kröller, Eva-Marie, 359, 764
Krotz, Sarah, 205n2
Kruger, Loren, 389
Krupat, Arnold, 171, 172
Krykorka, Vladyana, 837
Kublu, Alexina, 192
(p. 937) Kudluk, Tumasi, 194
Kuester, Martin, 787
Kungax (traditional songs), 713
Kunuk, Zacharias, 195, 206n21
Kurelek, William, 819
Kusugak, Michael Arvaarluk, 194, 837
Kuttainen, Victoria, 365
Kwa, Lydia, 573
Kwong, Roger, 568
Kymlicka, Will, 66, 75n3, 296
Labadie, Louis, 245
Labyrinths of Voice (Kroetsch, Neuman, & Wilson), 24
Lacey, Edward A., 868
Lacombe, Michele, 764
Lacombe, Patrice, 249
Laconics (Ross), 316
LaCook, Lewis, 516
Lady in the Red Dress (Yee), 577
Lady Oracle (Atwood), 459
Laferrière, Dany, 623, 632, 768
Lafitau, Joseph-François, 244
LaForme, Harry, 166n12
Lahontan, Baron de, 244
Lai, Larissa, 80, 95, 536, 572, 573, 764, 898–900, 904
Lake: A Journal of Arts and Environment, 742
Lake of the Prairies: A Story of Belonging (Cariou), 138, 740, 820
Lalonde, Michèle, 404, 406, 407, 768
Lam, Vincent, 574
LaMarsh, Judy, 375, 821, 848
Lambotte, Marie-Claude, 503
Lament for a Nation (Grant), 56, 481, 543
Lamonde, Yvan, 254n25, 806
Lampman, Archibald, 4, 281, 284, 287, 295, 296, 299–301, 303, 304, 308, 432
Lamy, Suzanne, 496, 845, 849
The Land of Afternoon (Macbeth), 664
Landscapes of the Interior: Re-Explorations of Nature and the Human Spirit (Gayton), 742
Land to Light On (Brand), 487, 488, 553
Lane, Dorothy, 764
Lane, M. Travis, 668, 669
Lane, Richard, 760
Langevin, André, 411
Langevin, Gilbert, 412
Langton, Anne, 263, 264
Language, 713. See also French language
in exploration genre, 232–235
Michif language, 131, 143n2
Language in Her Eye: Views on Writing and Gender by Canadian Women Writing in English (ed. Scheier), 25, 485
Laotians, 565
Lapointe, Annette, 703
Lardeau (Wah), 575, 734
Lareau, Edmond, 250
LaRocque, Emma, 10, 129, 153, 162, 163, 758
Larocque, Gilbert, 411
Larry’s Party (Shields), 465
Larsen, Stephan, 759
LaRue, F.-A.-H, 249
LaRue, Monique, 504–507, 624
Last of the Curlews (Bodsworth), 740, 746
The Last of the Mohicans (Cooper), 248
Latif-Ghattas, Mona, 623, 643, 653
Lau, Evelyn, 571, 820
Laugrand, Frédéric, 192
Laura Secord: The Heroine of 1812 (Curzon), 371
Laurence, Elsie Fry, 359
Laurence, Margaret, 82, 260, 340, 435, 436, 449, 454, 457, 459–461, 696–698, 740, 821
Laurendeau, André, 768
Laurendeau, Marc, 405
Laurie, Patrick Gammie, 803
Laurier, Wilfrid, 73, 295, 585
Lavallée, Calixa, 251
La Vérendrye, Pierre de, 244
Lavoie, Marie-Renée, 508
“Law, Literature and Postcoloniality” (ARIEL), 762
Lawrence, Iain, 829, 840
Lawson, Alan, 760
Lawson, Julie, 836
Layton, Irving, 81, 322–326, 329, 477, 483, 607, 608, 610, 613, 615, 616
Lazarus, Neil, 755
Lea, Graham, 390
Leacock, Stephen, 81, 87, 295, 307, 432–434, 443
Leahy, David, 10, 403, 622
(p. 938) Leaven of Malice (Davies), 451
Leaves of Grass (Whitman), 277
Leavisite New Criticism, 112
Leavitt, David, 869
Leavitt, Martine, 828
Leavitt, Sarah, 822
Leblanc, Daniel, 73
Lecker, Robert, 27, 33, 327
Leclerc, Annie, 852
Leclerc, Félix, 514
L’Écuyer, Eugène, 248
Ledoux-Beaugrand, Evelyne,