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by BEAUREGARD, Guy Pierre;, PhD
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA (CANADA), 2000, 251 pages
Displacement and self-representation: Theorizing contemporary Canadian
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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO (CANADA), 2000, 234 pages
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KROETSCH ROBERT, MARLATT DAPHNE, LONG POEM)
by BANTING, Pamela, PHD
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA (CANADA), 1990, 347 pages