TITLE

Chapter 7: Di Brandt & Dennis Cooley

PUB. DATE
January 2002
SOURCE
Selected Essays in English Literatures: British & Canadian;2002, p131
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
The chapter presents an interview with authors Di Brandt and Dennis Cooley held on May 12, 1989 after the University of Trier/University of Manitoba partnership conference. Brandt explained the concept of getting saved which was indicated in her essay which appeared in Why I Am a Mennonite. Essays on Mennonite Identity, edited by Harry Loewen. Cooley talked about his desire to introduce the vernacular into the literary and to destroy the artificial barriers between literature and the vernacular.
ACCESSION #
19326435

 

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