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Writing the everyday [electronic resource] : women's textual communities in Atlantic Canada / Danielle Fuller.

By: Fuller, Danielle.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Montreal, Que. : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2004Description: 1 online resource (xi, 298 p.).ISBN: 0773528067 (bound); 9780773528062 (bound); 9780773572331 (electronic bk.); 0773572333 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Canadian literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism | Canadian literature -- Atlantic Provinces -- History and criticism | Canadian literature -- 20th century | �Ecrits de femmes canadiens-anglais -- Histoire et critique | Litt�erature canadienne-anglaise -- Provinces de l'Atlantique -- Histoire et critique | Litt�erature canadienne-anglaise -- 20e si�ecle | Canadian literature (English) -- Women authors -- History and criticism | Canadian literature (English) -- Atlantic Provinces -- History and criticism | Canadian literature (English) -- 20th century | Frauenliteratur | Canadian literature (English) -- Women authors -- History and criticism | Canadian literature (English) -- Atlantic Provinces -- History and criticism | Canadian literature (English) -- 20th century | Englisch | Maritime Provinzen | LITERARY CRITICISM / American / General | Geschichte 1950-2004Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Writing the everyday.DDC classification: C810.9/9287 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Ch. 1. Investigating the everyday -- Ch. 2. Writing home: a regional business -- Ch. 3. Swimming with the tide? Joan Clark and the poetics of everyday realism -- Ch. 4. Creating textual communities -- Ch. 5. Negotiating genre: two Newfoundland narratives of the everyday -- Ch. 6. Poetry, performance, and oral communities -- Ch. 7. Outloud on page and stage: the politics of community poets -- Ch. 8. "My heart in the extended hand": caring, love, and the epistemic potential of emotion.
Review: "Writing the Everyday is the first book to focus on contemporary women's writing from Atlantic Canada and the communities of writers, readers, and publishers that support it. This area has received scant academic attention, resulting in an unawareness of the vitality of the region's literary traditions and the power of the work of Atlantic women writers in exploring important social issues."--BOOK JACKET.
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Ch. 1. Investigating the everyday -- Ch. 2. Writing home: a regional business -- Ch. 3. Swimming with the tide? Joan Clark and the poetics of everyday realism -- Ch. 4. Creating textual communities -- Ch. 5. Negotiating genre: two Newfoundland narratives of the everyday -- Ch. 6. Poetry, performance, and oral communities -- Ch. 7. Outloud on page and stage: the politics of community poets -- Ch. 8. "My heart in the extended hand": caring, love, and the epistemic potential of emotion.

"Writing the Everyday is the first book to focus on contemporary women's writing from Atlantic Canada and the communities of writers, readers, and publishers that support it. This area has received scant academic attention, resulting in an unawareness of the vitality of the region's literary traditions and the power of the work of Atlantic women writers in exploring important social issues."--BOOK JACKET.

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