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Man Should Rejoice By Hugh Maclennan

Hugh Maclennan
Author: Hugh MacLennan
Publisher: University of Ottawa Press
ISBN: 0776628011
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Man Should Rejoice is one of two hitherto unpublished novels by acclaimed novelist Hugh MacLennan. Completed in 1937 and left unpublished due to economic conditions during the Great Depression, it lay in the McGill archives until now. This critical edition of Man Should Rejoice , which is also the first-ever publication of the work, is comprised of a critical introduction, a bibliography of published and unpublished sources, a fully-edited text based on a typescript of the novel, a list of textual emendations, and explanatory notes. The introduction draws upon extensive research undertaken in three Canadian archival collections located in Montreal and Calgary. It provides relevant historical, cultural, and biographical context for the novel. From hundreds of archival documents, Colin Hill reconstructs a textual history of the novel’s production that acknowledges the crucial contribution of Dorothy Duncan, who heavily revised the text and assisted MacLennan behind the scenes. Hill also explores the critical reception of MacLennan’s fiction from the 1930s to the present. This book is published in English. - Man Should Rejoice est un des deux romans inédits du grand romancier Hugh MacLennan. Terminé en 1937, il fut victime de la Grande Crise et fut conservé dans les archives de McGill jusqu’à maintenant. Cette édition critique de Man Should Rejoice comprend une introduction critique, une bibliographie des sources publiées et non publiées, le texte révisé tiré d’un tapuscrit du roman, une liste des emendations textuelles, et des notes explicatives. L’introduction, qui repose sur des recherches archivistiques poussées de trois collections canadiennes situées à Montréal et à Calgary, fournit le contexte historique, culturel et biographique du roman. Colin Hill érige l’histoire textuelle de l’écriture de ce roman à partir de centaines de documents d’archives qui jettent la lumière sur la contribution clé de Dorothy Duncan, qui a révisé en profondeur le texte et a aidé MacLennan en coulisses. Il explore par ailleurs la réception critique de la fiction de MacLennan, des années 1930 jusqu’à aujourd’hui. Ce livre est publié en anglais.
Man Should Rejoice, by Hugh MacLennan
Language: en
Pages: 340
Authors: Hugh MacLennan
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-04-16 - Publisher: University of Ottawa Press
Man Should Rejoice is one of two hitherto unpublished novels by acclaimed novelist Hugh MacLennan. Completed in 1937 and left unpublished due to economic conditions during the Great Depression, it lay in the McGill archives until now. This critical edition of Man Should Rejoice , which is also the first-ever publication of the work, is comprised of a critical introduction, a bibliography of published and unpublished sources, a fully-edited text based on a typescript of the novel, a list of textual emendations, and explanatory notes. The introduction draws upon extensive research undertaken in three Canadian archival collections located in Montreal and Calgary. It provides relevant historical, cultural, and biographical context for the novel. From hundreds of archival documents, Colin Hill reconstructs a textual history of the novel’s production that acknowledges the crucial contribution of Dorothy Duncan, who heavily revised the text and assisted MacLennan behind the scenes. Hill also explores the critical reception of MacLennan’s fiction from the 1930s to the present. This book is published in English. - Man Should Rejoice est un des deux romans inédits du grand romancier Hugh MacLennan. Terminé en 1937, il fut victime de la Grande Crise et fut conservé dans les archives de
Introducing Hugh MacLennan's Barometer Rising
Language: en
Pages: 75
Authors: George Woodcock
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 1989 - Publisher: E C W Press
Canadian Fiction Studies are an answer to every librarian's, student's, and teacher's wishes. Each book contains clear information on a major Canadian novel. Attractively produced, they contain a chronology of the author's life, information on the importance of the book and its critical reception, an in-depth reading of the text, and a selected list of works cited.
Hugh MacLennan
Language: en
Pages: 421
Authors: Elspeth Cameron, Kachuk, Bruce
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 1981 - Publisher: Vancouver, B.C. : Crane Library
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Hugh MacLennan, ein kanadischer Romancier
Language: de
Pages: 19
Authors: Hermann Boeschenstein (Germanist)
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 1960 - Publisher:
Books about Hugh MacLennan, ein kanadischer Romancier
Watch that Ends the Night
Language: en
Pages: 372
Authors: Hugh MacLennan
Categories: Literary Collections
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-05-18 - Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
George and Catherine Stewart share not only the burden of Catherine's heart disease, which could cause her death at any time, but the memory of Jerome Martell, her first husband and George's closest friend. Martel, a brilliant doctor passionately concerned with social justice, is presumed to have died in a Nazi prison camp. His sudden return to Montreal precipitates the central crisis of the novel. Hugh MacLennan takes the reader into the lives of his three characters and back into the world of Montreal in the thirties, when politics could send an idealist across the world to Spain, France, Auschwitz, Russia, and China before his return home.
Das Romanwerk Hugh MacLennans
Language: de
Pages: 140
Authors: Paul Goetsch
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-04-15 - Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
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Hugh MacLennan
Language: en
Pages: 210
Authors: Frank M. Tierney
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 1994 - Publisher: Reappraisals: Canadian Writers
Since the publication of Two Solitudes in 1945, Hugh MacLennan has been generally accepted as one of Canada's premier novelists. However, recent studies suggest the need for a reappraisal of MacLennan's status. This need is confirmed by a close examination of his writing in recent years, which has raised questions about the depth of the quality of his works, his scope and inclusiveness, his modernism, as well as other issues. In this volume, leading scholars offer fresh perceptions of MacLennan's personality, character, and artistry. Among other issues, they examine the quality of his writing, the influences on his work, and its importance for Canadian literature. Moreover, conclusions are offered about his international, national, regional, and civic intent; his love-hate relationship with the nationalist literary agenda; his attitude toward women; his own "feminine side"; the authenticity of the father-son conflict central to his fiction; his attitude toward his own and other writers' works, the role of critics, the future of literature. An annotated bibliographic update is also included.
Hugh Maclennan's National Trilogy
Language: en
Pages: 236
Authors: Mari Peepre-Bordessa
Categories: Canada
Type: BOOK - Published: 1990 - Publisher: Helsinki : Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia
Books about Hugh Maclennan's National Trilogy
Hugh MacLennan
Language: en
Pages: 83
Authors: Peter Buitenhuis
Categories: Canada
Type: BOOK - Published: 1969 - Publisher: Toronto, Forum
Books about Hugh MacLennan
The Literary Legacy of the Macmillan Company of Canada
Language: en
Pages: 339
Authors: Ruth Panofsky
Categories: Business & Economics
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012 - Publisher: University of Toronto Press
"Fifth Business and Alligator Pie. Stephen Leacock, Grey Owl, and Morley Callaghan: these treasured Canadian books and authors were all nurtured by the Macmillan Company of Canada, one of the country's foremost twentieth-century publishing houses. The Literary Legacy of the Macmillan Company of Canada is a unique look at the contribution of publishers and editors to the formation of the Canadian literary canon. Ruth Panofsky's study begins in 1905 with the establishment of Macmillan Canada as a branch plant to the company's London office. While concentrating on the firm's original trade publishing, which had considerable cultural influence, Panofsky underscores the fundamental importance of educational titles to Macmillan's financial profile. The Literary Legacy of the Macmillan Company of Canada also illuminates the key individuals -- including Hugh Eayrs, John Gray, and Hugh Kane -- whose personalities were as fascinating as those of the authors they published, and whose achievements helped to advance modern literature in Canada."--Publisher's website.