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The Serpent’s Part

Narrating the Self in Canadian Literature

David Lucking

Contents: History and Identity in Canadian Literature – The Divided Self in Moodie’s Roughing It in the Bush – Sounding Silence in O’Hagan’s Tay John – Myths Made Flesh in Hodgins’s The Invention of the World – Naming the World in Bowering’s Burning Water – Role-Playing in Davies’s Deptford Trilogy – Making History in Atwood’s The Robber Bride – Writing on the Wall in Findley’s Famous Last Words.