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turns to the ghostly Jews of Saskatchewan in the covenant of
coal mines and the stone forest of Hebrew graves. The return
journey of Canadian-Jewish literature takes its detour out of
place and its
in time, condensing five thousand years
and miles into fifty years and a few blocks.
B u t o v s k y , M e r v in .
“Canadian Jewish Writers,”
Jewish Book Annual,
Vol. 40, (1982), pp. 20-33.
C o h e n , L e o n a r d .
The Favourite Game.
(Toronto: McClelland & Stewart,
Beautiful Losers
(Toronto: M&S, 1966).
Selected Poems
(Toronto: M&S, 1968).
F r i e d , L ew i s ,
Handbook o f American-Jewish Literature
(New York:
Greenwood, 1988).
F r y e , N o r t h r o p ,
Literary History o f Canada,
ed. Carl
Klinck (Toronto: Univ. of Toronto Press, 1965).
G e r s o n , C a r o l e .
“Some Patterns o f Exile in Jewish Writing o f the
13, no. 4 (1982): 103-14.
G r e e n s t e i n , M i c h a e l .
Third Solitudes: Tradition and Discontinuity in
Jewish-Canadian Literature
(Montreal: McGill-Queen’s Univ. Press,
K l e in ,
The Rocking Chair and Other Poems.
Toronto: Ryerson,
The Second Scroll.
(Toronto: M&S, 1966).
K r e i s e l , H e n r y .
The Almost Meeting and Other Stories.
NeWest 1981.
L a y t o n , I r v in g .
(Toronto: M&S, 1972).
M a r s h a l l , T om .
Harsh and Lovely Land.
(Vancouver: Univ. o f British
Columbia Press, 1979).
R i c h l e r , M o r d e c a i .
The Apprenticeship o f Duddy Kravitz
(Toronto: M&S,
St. Urbain’s Horseman
(Toronto: M&S, 1976).
Son o f a Smaller Hero
(Toronto: M&S, 1977).
Joshua Then and Now
(Toronto: M&S, 1980).