Reflections on Media in Canadian Fiction
Williams, DavidPublisher: McGill-Queen's University Press, Canada
Year Published: 2003
Pages: 278pp ISBN: 0-7735-2516-5
Library of Congress Number: PS8191.M38W54 2003 Dewey: 813'.5409'355
Resource Type: Book
A basic look at the effects different forms of media have had on Canadian novels and film adaptations and cyberspace, and how these affect the sense of time and space and national identities.
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