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The North Comes South : Seasonal Nordicity in Montreal in the Short Stories of Monique Proulx and Clark Blaise

The North Comes South : Seasonal Nordicity in Montreal in the Short Stories of Monique Proulx and Clark Blaise

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KANNENBERG, Christina, 2011. The North Comes South : Seasonal Nordicity in Montreal in the Short Stories of Monique Proulx and Clark Blaise. In: Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik : ZAA. 59(2), pp. 135-148. ISSN 0044-2305

@article{Kannenberg2011North-24518, title={The North Comes South : Seasonal Nordicity in Montreal in the Short Stories of Monique Proulx and Clark Blaise}, year={2011}, doi={10.1515/zaa.2011.59.2.135}, number={2}, volume={59}, issn={0044-2305}, journal={Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik : ZAA}, pages={135--148}, author={Kannenberg, Christina} }

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