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Robertson Davies' significant role in promoting and disseminating the work of James Joyce in the pages of the "Peterborough Examiner" is exemplified in his claim to have introduced Joyce's work to the emerging literary critic Hugh Kenner. An advocate of Joyce and of modernist literature more broadly...
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This article addresses the representation of islands within the fiction of the 20th Century writer James Joyce. It is argued that Joyce reveals how islands and concepts of islandness can be made to serve varying political, historical, and literary ends. Writing in the immediate aftermath of Irish...
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This thesis addresses issues of islandness and island identity in the fiction of Cape Breton's Alistair MacLeod and Newfoundland's Wayne Johnston. Through careful readings of their fiction, with supplementary evidence culled from biographical and secondary sources, the thesis shows that their work i...
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This thesis reviews the development and use of watermills from antiquity to the present, including the economic, environmental and social significance of milling during this time. More specifically, it explores the rise and fall of water-powered technology on two small islands with quite different w...
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