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|Title:||Patterns of (Af)filiation in Recent Canadian Bildungsromane|
|Authors:||Easton, Paul Lee|
|Keywords:||English Language and Literature;English Language and Literature|
|Abstract:||<p>Recently much critical work has female Bildungsroman although, with relatively little has been done been some on done on the exceptions, the Canadian Bildungsroman , male or female. This study gathers twelve Canadian Bildungsromane , six by men, six by women, published since 1972. Using the the concepts of filiation and affiliation as theorized by Edward Said, it postulates that a "gender gap" does exist and can best be explained In these terms.</p>|
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