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Benson, Eugene and William Toye, eds., The Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature, Oxford University Press, Second Edition, 1997.

This helpful reference book includes entries on all major aspects of Canadian literature. It also has sections that specifically focus on works by writers in Quebec, including Francophone writers.

Bickerton, James, ed., Canadian Politics, Broadview Press, Third Edition, 1999.

Collectively, this book of essays examines all of the pertinent issues in Canadian politics, including social movements, institutions, specific political regions, and Canada's global relations.

Joseph, John, Language and Identity: National, Cultural, Personal, Palgrave McMillan, 2003.

This textbook offers an overview of the role of language in identity. The book includes specific cases from around the world.

Lecker, Robert and Jack David, eds., Annotated Bibliography of Canada's Major Authors: Marian Engel, Anne Hebert, Robert Kroetsch, and Thomas Raddall, G. K. Hall, 1988.

This useful resource can help students to identify available sources on H...

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