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Icelandic- Canadian Literature Problems in Generic Classification

@inproceedings{Wolf2016IcelandicCL,
  title={Icelandic- Canadian Literature Problems in Generic Classification},
  author={Kirsten Wolf and Kristjana Gunnars and Stephan G. Stephansson},
  year={2016}
}
Confronted written in both Icelandic and English, and representing a broad spectrum of genres, from poetry and drama to travel literature and biography, the historian of Icelandic literature not seldom rears back in exasperation and certain frustration when attempting to write ofthat literary orphan Icelandic-Canadian literature. Unlike the literature of Iceland, which has been nurtured under the tutelage of a well-defined, shaping environment, Icelandic-Canadian literature steps forward as a… Expand
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