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Northrop Frye
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Mythologizing Canada. essays on the Canadian literary imagination. Published 1997 by Legas in New York, Ottawa Places. Includes bibliographical references.

Mythologizing Canada. Published 1997 by Legas in New York, Ottawa. Literary criticism series ;, 8, Literary criticism series (New York, . ;, 8. Classifications.

The Bush Garden: Essays on the Canadian Imagination is a collection of essays by Canadian literary critic Northrop Frye (1912–1991). The collection was originally published in 1971; it was republished, with an introduction by Canadian postmodern theorist Linda Hutcheon, in 1995. The Bush Garden features analyses of Canadian poetry, prose fiction and painting

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Northrop Frye's Canadian Literary Criticismexamines the impact of Frye's criticism on Canadian literary scholarship as well as the response of Frye'. Why James Reaney Is a Better Poet (1) than any Northrop Frye poet (2) than he used to be.

Reflections on the Canadian Literary Imagination: A Selection of Essays by Northrop Frye. Mythologizing Canada: Essays on the Canadian Literary Imagination. Northrop Frye in Conversation (an interview with David Cayley). The Eternal Act of Creation. The Collected Works of Northrop Frye. Northrop Frye on Religion. composed essays and chapters that appear in over 60 books.

Conclusion to a Literary History of Canada – Northrop Frye The essay Conclusion to a Literary History of Canada appears as the concluding essay of the book The Bush Garden: Essays on the Canadian Imagination - a collection of essays by Canadian literary critic Northrop.

Conclusion to a Literary History of Canada – Northrop Frye The essay Conclusion to a Literary History of Canada appears as the concluding essay of the book The Bush Garden: Essays on the Canadian Imagination - a collection of essays by Canadian literary critic Northrop Frye, published in 1971. The Bush Garden features analyzes of Canadian poetry, prose fiction and painting.

Northrop Frye, Canadian educator and literary critic who wrote much on Canadian literature and culture and became best known as one of the most important literary theorists of the 20th century. Frye was educated at the University of Toronto, where he studied philosophy and then theology, and he was.

Northrop Frye was one of the most distinguished and respected authorities on English literature

Northrop Frye was one of the most distinguished and respected authorities on English literature. He was Principal and Chancellor of Victoria College, University of Toronto, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Among his numerous books are The Educated Imagination, Fearful Symmetry: A Study of William Blake, Anatomy of Criticism, The Great Code, Divisions On a Ground, and The Bush Garden.

Canada and Its Poetry. The Bush Garden: Essays on the Canadian Imagination with Introduction by Linda Hutcheon. The Narrative Tradition in English-Canadian Poetry. Toronto: Anansi, 1995. Frye, Northrop; Carl F. Klinck (1965). Conclusion, Literary History of Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

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