Double talking : essays on verbal and visual ironies in Canadian contemporary art and literature / ed. by Linda Hutcheon
- Toronto : ECW Press, 1992.
- Physical Description:
- 220 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Hutcheon, Linda, 1947-
- Who says that Canadian culture is ironic? / Jamie Dopp -- Postmodernism in recent Canadian art: ironies of memory / Mark A. Cheetham -- Double exposures : the found poem and ironic reading / Manina Jones -- The writing on the wall : the ironies in and of Lothar Baumgarten's Monument for the native peoples of Ontario, 1984-85 / Julie Beddoes -- The 'home truth' about Home truths : Gallant's ironic introduction / Karen Smythe -- Ironic transformations : the feminine gothic in Aritha van Herk's No fixed address / Susanne Becker -- Ironing out the differences : female iconography in the paintings of Joanne Tod / Karen Bernard -- "Mother(s) of confusion' : end bracket / Wendy Waring -- Ironies of colour in the great white north : the discursive strategies of some hyphenated Canadians / Arun P. Mukherjee -- Becoming-homosexual/becoming-Canadian : ironic voice and the politics of location in Timothy Findley's Famous last words / Richard Dellamora.
- Includes index.
- Bibliography Note:
- Bibliogrpahy: pages -213.
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