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From:English Studies in Canada (Vol. 30, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedTHE CONTEMPORARY TRICKSTER is the closest to a postmodern, postcolonial persona we have in literature. Representing both the play and the politics of current fiction, the trickster can permit a new narrative route to...
From: English Studies in Canada[(essay date September 2004) In the following essay, Heinimann views the trickster ethic, as developed in Richler's Solomon Gursky Was Here and Thomas King's Green Grass, Running Water, to be representative of postmodern...
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