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

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Selected Bibliography

Researchers should also consult the Works Cited included with individual chapters.

Baum Rosalie Murphy. "'Unique and Irreplaceable: Margaret Laurence's Hagar." Old Testament Women in Western Literature. With an introduction by Raymond-Jean Frontain and Jan Wojcik. Conway, Arkansas: University of Central Arkansas Press, 1991.

Bell Mark. "'Une economic de tendresse': Thematic Strand in the Manawaka Novels." Margaret Laurence Review 1.1 ( 1991): 25-28, 38-40.

Buss Helen. Mapping Ourselves: Canadian Women's Autobiography in English. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993.

_____. "Margaret Laurences Dark Lovers: Sexual Metaphor, and the Movement Toward Individualization, Hierogamy and Mythic Narrative in Four Manawaka Books." Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal (Journal d'etudes sur la femme) 11.2 (Spring 1988): 97-107.

Chellappan K. "Time and Place in Margaret Laurence's The Stone Angel and T. S. Eliot's East Coker: A Comparison." Margaret Laurence Review 2 ( 1992) and 3 ( 1993): 8-11.

Coger Greta M. K. McCormick. "Interviews: Margaret Laurence Growing up in Neepawa. I. Virginia Shore Sanbum, Phyllis Ralph, Margaret Murray, Gerald Murray. II. Dorothy Campbell Henderson, Marlene Siatecki." Margaret Laurence Review 2 ( 1992) and 3 ( 1993): 31-51.

_____. "Margaret Laurence. The Creation of Women Protagonists." International Literature in English. The Major Writers. Ed. Robert L. Ross. New York and London: Garland, 1991, 293-302.

_____. "Review Essay: Dance, Nurture, Write: Margaret Laurence's Memoir." American Review of Canadian Studies 22.2 (Summer 1992): 259-70.

_____. Ten Interviews recorded in July, 1984.

Givner Joan. "Review Essay. A Broken Read: The Autobiography of Margaret Laurence's Dance on the Earth." Margaret Laurence Review 2 ( 1992) and 3 ( 1993): 26-30.

Godard Barbara. "The Origin of Narrative / Narrative of Origins: The Diviners as Supplement." Open Letter Seventh Series 7 (Spring 1990): 26-73.

Greene Gayle. Changing the Story. Feminist Fiction and the Tradition. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 1991.

Gubar Susan M., and Sandra M. Gilbert, eds. The Norton Anthology of Literature by Women:The Tradition in English

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