Never Was Such a Race of Dancers: Dance and Nation in Canadian Literature

Jenn Macquarrie
This dissertation is an interdisciplinary project that brings dance studies to bear on a representative sampling of early Canadian novels, including Frances Brooke's The History of Emily Montague (1769), Rosanna Leprohon's Antoinette de Mirecourt (1864), William Kirby's The Golden Dog (1877), John Richardson's Wacousta (1832), Sara Jeannette Duncan's A Daughter of Today (1894), and L.M. Montgomery's Anne and Emily series, as well as The Blue Castle (1909-27). The main argument of the dissertation is that...
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