By Hallvard Dahlie
Isolation, remoteness from one's homeland, and the lack of language are yet some of the issues that recur within the literature of exile written over the centuries. during this ebook, the 1st learn of the subject matter of exile in Canadian literature, Hallvard Dahlie brings jointly a vast spectrum of Canadian writers -- writers from the previous international who've turn into exiles to Canada, but in addition Canadians who've exiled themselves for various sessions from Canada.
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