`Running Wilde': National Ambivalence and Sexual Dissidence in Not Wanted on the Voyage

Dickinson, Peter
June 1998
Essays on Canadian Writing;Summer98, Issue 64, p125
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Focuses on the national ambivalence and sexual dissidence in Timothy Findley's novel `Not Wanted on the Voyage.' Reference to Findley's perception of nationalism and sexuality; Details on Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick's analysis of the book `The Picture of Dorian Gray'; Information on the concept of national ambivalence; How Findley is perceived by authors.


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