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Margaret Atwood. Survival: A Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature. McClelland & Stewart. 1972. 296pp.

Diana Brandt. Wild Mother Dancing: Maternal Narrative in Canadian Literature. University of Manitoba Press. 1993. 188pp.

George Elliott Clarke. Odysseys Home: Mapping African-Canadian Literature. University of Toronto Press. 2002. 491pp.

John Robert Colombo. Canadian Literary Landmarks. Dundurn Press. 1984. 318pp.

Wilfred Cude. A Due Sense of Differences: An Evaluative Approach to Canadian Literature. University Press of America. 1980. 216pp.

Frank Davey. Surviving the Paraphrase: Eleven Essays on Canadian Literature. Turnstone Press. 1983. 193pp.

Frank Davey. From There to Here: A Guide to English-Canadian Literature Since 1960. Press Porcepic. 1974. 288pp.

Michael Gnarowski. A Concise Bibliography of English-Canadian Literature. McClelland and Stewart. 1973. 125pp.

Faye Hammill. Canadian Literature. Edinburgh University Press. 2007. 220pp.

M. G. Hesse (editor). Childhood and Youth in Canadian Literature. Macmillan of Canada. 1979. 122pp.

Aďda Hudson; Susan-Ann Cooper (editor). Windows and Words: A Look at Canadian Children's Literature in English. University of Ottawa Press. 2003. 239pp.

D. G. Jones. Butterfly on Rock: A Study of Themes and Images in Canadian Literature. University of Toronto Press. 1970. 197pp.

Joseph Jones. Reference Sources for Canadian Literary Studies. University of Toronto Press. 2005. 464pp.

Eva-Marie Kröller (editor). The Cambridge Companion to Canadian Literature. Cambridge University Press. 2004. 292pp.

Robert Lecker. Making It Real: The Canonization of English-Canadian Literature. House of Anansi. 1995. 276pp.

David Lucking. The Serpent's Part: Narrating Self in Canadian Literature. Peter Lang. 2003. 211pp.

Catherine M. McLay (editor). Canadian Literature: The Beginnings to the 20th Century. McClelland and Stewart. 1974. 479pp.

Allison Mitcham. The Northern Imagination: A Study of Northern Canadian Literature. Penumbra Press. 1983. 103pp.

John Moss (editor). Future Indicative: Literary Theory and Canadian Literature. University of Ottawa Press. 1987. 247pp.

Laura Moss (editor). Is Canada Postcolonial? Unsettling Canadian Literature. Wilfrid Laurier University Press. 2003. 368pp.

R. G. Moyles. English-Canadian Literature to 1900: A Guide to Information Sources. Gale Research. 1976. 346pp.

Daisy L. Neijmann. The Icelandic Voice in Canadian Letters: The Contribution of Icelandic-Canadian Writers to Canadian Literature. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1997. 436pp.

W. H. New. A History of Canadian Literature. McGill-Queen's University Press. 2003. 464pp.

Desmond Pacey. Creative Writing in Canada: A Short History of English-Canadian Literature. Ryerson Press. 1961. 314pp.

Malcolm Ross. The Impossible Sum of Our Traditions: Reflections on Canadian Literature. McClelland and Stewart. 1986. 211pp.

Joanne Saul. Writing the Roaming Subject: The Biotext in Canadian Literature. University of Toronto Press. 2006. 175pp.

K. P. Stich (editor). Reflections: Autobiography and Canadian Literature. University of Ottawa Press. 1988. 176pp.

Elizabeth Waterston. Rapt in Plaid: Canadian Literature and Scottish Tradition. University of Toronto Press. 2003. 354pp.

George Woodcock. Northern Spring: The Flowering of Canadian Literature. Douglas & McIntyre. 1987. 318pp.

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