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One West, Two Myths II: Essays on Comparison Paperback – January 8, 2007

ISBN-13: 978-1552382042 ISBN-10: 1552382044

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About the Author

Carol L. Higham is an adjunct assistant professor of interdisciplinary studies at Davidson College, Davidson, NC. and is a noted historian and specialist in U.S. - Canadian studies.



Dr. Robert Thacker is the editor of The American Review of Canadian Studies at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY.


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Robert Thacker is Charles A. Dana Professor of Canadian Studies and English and Associate Dean at St. Lawrence University. His writing has focused on Canada and the U. S., and especially the literatures and cultures of the North American West in their comparative contexts. The fiction and careers of Willa Cather and Alice Munro are of particular interest. A past president of the Western Literature Association, he has also edited the journal of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States. He is now updating and revising his critical biography of Alice Munro.

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