Northern Experience and the Myths of Canadian Culture

by Renee Hulan

Part of the McGill-Queen's Native and Northern Series Series

Northern Experience and the Myths of Canadian Culture Synopsis

An in-depth examination of the ethnographic content and impact of literary representations of Canada as North.

Northern Experience and the Myths of Canadian Culture Press Reviews

This book is astonishing. It displays a commodious and yet incisive mind, a generous but critical aptitude, a far-ranging eclectic engagement with North that never slips into generalization or interdisciplinary evasion. In a breath-taking variety of texts from the obvious to the obscure, Hulan gathers an argument about the extent to which their authority is grounded in assumptions of gender and race ... This book will take its place as a significant voice in an ongoing debate. John Moss, author of Enduring Dreams: An Exploration of Arctic Landscape; An important addition to previous works, analysing the concept of northern identity and how it has evolved over the years. Shelagh Grant, Department of Canadian Studies, Trent University, Traill College

Book Information

ISBN: 9780773522282
Publication date: 24th March 2003
Author: Renee Hulan
Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 232 pages
Categories: Cultural studies, Regional studies,

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