Page 62 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 51

Basic HTML Version

54
JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
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
teshuva
in time, condensing five thousand years
and miles into fifty years and a few blocks.
References
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,
1970.)
_________
Beautiful Losers
(Toronto: M&S, 1966).
_________
Selected Poems
(Toronto: M&S, 1968).
F r i e d , L ew i s ,
ed.
Handbook o f American-Jewish Literature
(New York:
Greenwood, 1988).
F r y e , N o r t h r o p ,
“Conclusion,”
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
Commonwealth,”
Ariel
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,
1989).
K l e in ,
A.M.
The Rocking Chair and Other Poems.
Toronto: Ryerson,
1948.
_________
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.
Edmonton:
NeWest 1981.
L a y t o n , I r v in g .
Engagements
(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,
1969).
_________
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).