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Myth and Milieu
Myth and Milieu
Atlantic literature and culture, 1918-1939
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edited by Gwendolyn Davies.
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iv, 209 p. ; 23 cm.
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L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection.
Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Papers presented at the Thomas H. Raddall Symposium held at Acadia University, 3-6 October 1991.
Helen Creighton and the politcs of antimodernism / Ian McKay -- The battle of the cartoonists : the cartoon art of Donald McRitchie and Robert Chambers in Halifax newspapers, 1933-1937 / Margaret Conrad -- Garbo talks ... thespis listens / Mark Blagrave -- G. Horne Russell, R.C.A. : portrait of an illustrator and an artist / C. Ruth Spicer -- Rhodenizer's Handbook / Clara Thomas and John Lennox -- The literary culture of Atlantic women between the wars / Carole Gerson -- Newfoundland literature in the "dirty thirties" / Elizabeth Miller -- Music education in the Maritimes between the wars : a period of transition / Nancy F. Vogan -- Chivalry and romance : L.M. Montgomery's re-vision of the Great War in Rainbow Valley / Elizabeth R. Epperly -- L.M. Montgomery's Rilla of Ingleside (1920) : romance and the experience of war / Alan R. Young -- Women's oral narrative traditions as depicted in Lucy Maud Montgomery's fiction, 1918-1939 / Diane Tye -- Heroes, heroines and the lost kingdom in the unpublished novels of Frank Parker Day / Andrew T. Seaman -- Frank Parker Day's Rockbound : personal ruminations on a long conspiracy of silence / John Stockdale -- Local, specific and elaborate : the craft of words on Nova Scotia's South Shore / Lewis J. Poteet -- The challenged heritage : the sea as myth and milieu in the poetry of E.J. Pratt / David G. Pitt -- Molly Beresford and the Song Fishermen of Halifax : cultural production, canon and desire in 1920s Canadian poetry / Alexander Kizuk -- Conference afterword / Carrie MacMillan -- Canadian literature : the classroom conference / Kathleen Scherf -- Thomas Raddall : a personal tribute / Alan Wilson.
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