New Perspectives on Margaret Laurence: Poetic Narrative, Multiculturalism, and Feminism

By Greta M. K. McCormick Coger | Go to book overview

About the Editor and Contributors
GRETA MARGARET KAY MCCORMICK COGER has studied postcolonial literatures since teaching at the University of Sierra Leone; published Index of Subjects, Proverbs, and Themes in the Writings of Wole Soyinka (Greenwood 1988), "Ake. The Years of Childhood" ( Salem 1989), and "Religion in the Literature of Wole Soyinka" (Rodopi, forthcoming); initiated and was president of the Margaret Laurence Society; edits the Margaret Laurence Review and Margaret Laurence Newletter, and has published on Margaret Laurence in International Literature in English: The Major Writers ( Garland 1991), The American Review of Canadian Studies, and Crosscurrent.
CECIL ABRAHAMS is vice president at Acadia University, Nova Scotia, and has published books on William Blake, South African writers, and postcolonial literatures.
ROSALIE MURPHY BAUM is associate professor, University of South Florida, and has published books and essays on contemporary poets and novelists in Britain, America, and Canada.
ALICE BELL has taught at the University of Wisconsin and Heidelberg College, Triffin, Ohio. Formerly senior editor for a custom education firm, she now freelances in Califonia She has published on Willa Cather and other American women writers.
NEIL BESNER, chair of Department of English, University of Winnipeg, is past president of the Manitoba Writers' Guild, and has published on Mavis Gallant.
MICHEL FABRE, University of the Sorborne, a world authority on Richard Wright, has interviewed and published on Margaret Laurence.
MITZI HAMOVITCH was assistant professor, Queen's College, New York,

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