After the fact: spatial narratives in the canadian imaginary

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2005 Number 57

After the fact: spatial narratives in the canadian imaginary
Jody Berland, pages -

Abstract

Berland explores the importance of space and landscape in Canadian identity, most particularly through examining Canadian writing and theories of communication. The article suggests the implications of this, as informed by Henri Lefebvre’s ideas about the production of space. Berland also explores the role of a self-querying topos as a product of local and colonial narratives.

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Jody Berland (2005) After the fact: spatial narratives in the canadian imaginary, New Formations, 2005(57), -

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