Interdisciplinary and Cross-cultural Narratives in North America

Interdisciplinary and Cross-cultural Narratives in North America

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North America is becoming increasingly interdisciplinary and cross-cultural. In this emerging context narratives play a crucial role in weaving patterns that in turn provide fabrics for our lives. In this thoroughly original collection, altIgInterdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Narratives in North America, a dozen scholars deploy a variety of provocative and illuminating approaches to explore and understand the many ways that stories speak to, from, within, and across culture(s) in North America.Studies in Twentieth Century Literature 1:\ (Fall 1982): 59-76. . aquot;Carriera#39;s Fiction. ... Conversations with Canadian Novelists. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1973. Carrier, Roch. aquot;Ceci na#39;est pas un conte.aquot; A¬Čtudes ... au service de la#39;avenir.aquot; Online anbsp;...

Title:Interdisciplinary and Cross-cultural Narratives in North America
Author: Mark Cronlund Anderson, Irene Maria Blayer
Publisher:Peter Lang - 2005

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