Divisions on a Ground: Essays on Canadian Culture

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House of Anansi, 1982 - 199 lappuses
"Thirteen essays and addresses on Canadian writing, teaching, and society by one of the most influential critical thinkers of the century."
 

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Editors Preface by James Polk
9
Culture as Interpenetration
15
Across the River and Out of the Trees
26
National Consciousness in Canadian Culture
41
Sharing the Continent
57
Conclusion to Literary History of Canada
71
Teaching the Humanities Today
91
Humanities in a New World
102
The Writer and the University
118
The Teachers Source of Authority
125
The Definition of a University
139
The Ethics of Change
156
New World Without Revolution
167
Notes Toward A Future
181
Acknowledgements
191
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Northrop Frye was one of Canada's -- and the world's -- most distinguished and respected authorities on English literature. He was principal and chancellor of Victoria College, University of Toronto, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Among his numerous books are The Educated Imagination, Fearful Symmetry: A Study of William Blake, Anatomy of Criticism, The Great Code, Divisions on a Ground, and The Bush Garden.

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