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Acknowledgements. Rocio G. DAVIS: Introduction: On Writing Ethnicity in Canada. Janice KULYK KEEFER: Personal and Public Records: Story and History in the Narration and Ethnicity. Eva DARIAS BEAUTELL: Writing Back and Beyond: Postcoloniality, Multiculturalism and Ethnicity in the Canadian Context. Aitor IBARROLA-ARMENDARIZ: Boundary Erasing: Postnational Characterization in Michael Ondaatje's The English Patient. Kathleen FIRTH: Home is No-Place: Neil Bissoondath's A Casual Brutality. Rocio G. DAVIS: Paradigms of Postcolonial and Immigrant Doubleness: Rohinton Mistry's Tales From Firozsha Baag. Rosalia BAENA: Italian-Canadian Double Perspective in a Childhood Narrative: Nino Ricci's Lives of the Saints. Marie-France GARCIA RAOUL-JOURDE: Antonine Maillet and the Recognition of Acadian Identity. Danielle SCHAUB: Acadian Estrangement and Reunion: Janice Kulyk Keefer's "April Showers". Lars JENSEN: Canadian Writing and the Articulation of North. Mary CONDE: Marketing Ethnicity: Sky Lee's Disappearing Moon Cafe. Eva DARIAS BEAUTELL: The Imaginary Ethnic Anachronies, (Im)Mobility and Historical Meaning in Obasan and Disappearing Moon Cafe. Danielle SCHAUB: "all so paralyzing and mean': Stereotypical Thinking and Disempowering Focalization in Lee Maracle's "Bertha". Ana I. PAREJO VADILLO: Collective Auto/Biographies: Native Women and Resistance Literature. Maria Belen MARTIN LUCAS: Interweaving Stories: Genre, Race and Gender at a Cross-Stitch. Wayson CHOY interviewed by Rocio G. Davis: Intercultural, Not Multicultural. Linda HUTCHEON interviewed by Rosalia BAENA: Critical Perspectives on Writing Ethnicity in Canada. Contributors.

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"Tricks with a glass: Writing Ethnicity in Canada is good reading and addresses scholars and students alike. It will be valuable in the teaching of literature courses focusing on women's writing as well as ethnicity." in: Miscelanea: a journal of english and american studies 24 (2001): pp.149-151 "...a valuable addition to the body of work on ethnic writing in Canada." in: New Literatures Review, No. 40, pp. 132-135

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