This general issue features essays on rhetoric and resistance, language and translation, tolerance, Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being, resilience, relationality, Rancière and Derrida’s textual relationship, and two essays on Hamlet—one which explores Hamlet in relation to Freud and self-authorship, and the other which posits tragic foundationalism as Hamlet’s hamartia.
Issue 52.4, 9 essays, 184 pages, $24.95 CAD
This general issue features essays on the diurnal course of the lyric, hallucinogenic regression, landscape gardening, African speculative fiction, theories of reading, Canada’s Parliament buildings, and the Japanese Canadian experience.
Issue 52.3, 10 essays, 200 pages, $24.95 CAD
Opening with a photo-essay by Ibon Aranberri and two essays on the topic of “decolonizing water,” this issue also addresses topics including nineteenth-century glacial theory, Dracula and imperialism, psychoanalysis and Wuthering Heights, time travel in Moorcocks’s Behold the Man, the spectral artwork of Oscar Muñoz, curiosity in the Squire’s Tale, anthropomorphism and poetry, and bashfulness in the work of Margaret Cavendish.
Issue 52.2, 10 essays, 208 pages, $24.95 CAD
This issue includes essays on a variety of topics, including gothic tropics in Grace Metalious’s Peyton Place, Barthes as phenomenologist, animal ventriloquism in J.M. Coetzee’s Disgrace, and situational irony. The cover features the work of Dutch artist Esther Hovers.
Issue 52.1, 10 essays, 192 pages, $24.95 CAD
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