Making Babies

Making Babies

Infants in Canadian Fiction

eBook - 2006
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Although the infant has been a consistent figure in literature (and, for many people, a significant figure in personal life), there's been little attention focused on infants, or on their place in Canadian fiction, until now. In this book, Sandra Sabatini examines Canadian fiction to trace the ideological charge behind the represented infant. Examining writers from L.M. Montgomery and Frederick Philip Grove to Thomas King and Terry Griggs, Sabatini compares women's writing about babies with the way infants appear in texts by men over the course of a century. She discovers a range of changin.
Publisher: Waterloo : Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2006.
ISBN: 9780889206212
088920621X
Characteristics: 1 online resource (264 pages)

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