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Her research on Canadian literary and publishing history and on early Canadian women writers has resulted in many publications, including two books on Pauline Johnson. She was a member of the editorial team for the major three-volume project History of the Book in Canada , for which she co-edited volume 3, covering the period — Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Canadian Women in Print, — Carole Gerson. Observations on the Canon. Well, she claims is rare for Some would surely bear more scholarly attention p.
Her highlights of her career include a comprehensive mono- coverage of the canonical is supplemented nicely by the graph on the life of Pauline Johnson Paddling Her Own not-as-well-known. Gerson does not con- fore Johns, New Brunswick, and published the ac- writers and their entrance into print unfolds effortlessly. She begins in the gether here within a chapter on race with fairly scant murky haze of the pre period when publishing in attention to how those women negotiated racialized po- Canada was in its infancy, represented primarily by the sitions within their writing.
Bent- mented with the kind of iconic snapshots that would be ley, Uma Parameswaran, Barbara Goddard, Smaro Kam- an ideal introduction to a new researcher in this field. Gerson also points out that there can writers in Canada.
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Her most of literary creations were made and which manuscripts recent work here is nothing less than the definitive, con- made it to print; we may have only a partial record of densed introduction to the field. Her extensive notes and the kinds of writing activities happening in the pre bibliography will lead readers to more recent scholars period. And because this book and her role as its outstanding historian.
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Gerson shows that for many of these women, . Citation: Kathryn Carter. H-Canada, H-Net Reviews.
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