Canadian literary critics

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  1. A. F. Moritz

    A. F. Moritz

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    Canadian poet

  2. A. J. M. Smith

    A. J. M. Smith

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    Canadian writer

  3. Adele Reinhartz

    Adele Reinhartz

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    Adele Reinhartz is a Canadian academic and a specialist in the history and literature of Christianity and Judaism in the Greco-Roman period, the Gospel of John, early Jewish-Christian relations, literary criticism including feminist literary criticism, feminist exegesis, and the impact of the Bible on popular cinema and television.


  4. Alberto Manguel

    Alberto Manguel

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    Canadian writer

  5. André Roy (writer)

    André Roy (writer)

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    André Roy (born February 27, 1944) is a Canadian poet and arts critic from Quebec. He won the Governor General's Award for French-language poetry in 1985 for Action writing and was a shortlisted nominee for the award on three other occasions.


  6. Andrew Donskov

    Andrew Donskov

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    Andrew Donskov is professor of Modern languages at the University of Ottawa, and world-renowned Leo Tolstoy expert.


  7. Ann Dooley

    Ann Dooley

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    Ann Dooley is a professor with the Centre for Medieval Studies and the Celtic Studies Program at St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto where she specializes in Irish literature. She has published a translation of Acallam na Senórach entitled Tales of the Elders of Ireland as well as a study of Táin Bó Cuailnge entitled Playing the Hero: Reading the Irish Saga Táin Bó Cuailnge'.


  8. Anne Carson

    Anne Carson

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    Canadian poet

  9. Antanas Sileika

    Antanas Sileika

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    Antanas Sileika (Antanas Šileika) is a Canadian novelist and critic.


  10. Arlene Perly Rae

    Arlene Perly Rae

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    Arlene Perly Rae is a Canadian journalist, author and arts patron. She is married to Canadian politician Bob Rae.


  11. Arthur Kroker

    Arthur Kroker

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    Arthur Kroker (born 1945 in Red Rock, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian author, editor, educator and researcher of political science, technology and culture.


  12. Bill Glassco

    Bill Glassco

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    Canadian, Director

  13. Brian T. Fitch

    Brian T. Fitch

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  14. Bruce Meyer

    Bruce Meyer

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    Canadian writer

  15. Camille Roy (literary critic)

    Camille Roy (literary critic)

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    Canadian, Educator

  16. Claude Bissell

    Claude Bissell

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    Canadian, Historian

  17. Clifford Leech

    Clifford Leech

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    Clifford Leech (1909–1977) was a prolifically published British-born professor of English at University College at the University of Toronto 1963-74. His contribution to Christopher Marlowe studies was considered "historically important." In Canada he was considered a "distinguished scholar." His publications mainly concerned Elizabethan and Jacobean dramatists, including William Shakespeare, John Webster and John Ford. He also wrote a book on American playwright Eugene O'Neill. Leech's published reviews include one on a Canadian play, The Last of the Tsars, produced at Stratford, Ontario in 1966 on the subject of the last Russian czar.


  18. Cyril Dabydeen

    Cyril Dabydeen

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    Canadian writer

  19. Darko Suvin

    Darko Suvin

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    Croatian Canadian literary critic

  20. David Staines

    David Staines

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    Canadian literary critic

  21. David Stouck

    David Stouck

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    Canadian writer

  22. Desmond Pacey

    Desmond Pacey

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    William Cyril Desmond Pacey, FRSC (May 1, 1917 – July 4, 1975), was a pioneer of Canadian literary criticism. He was also a notable author of verse and short fiction and a long-time university administrator. He was awarded the Lorne Pierce Medal by the Royal Society of Canada in 1972.


  23. Donald Greene

    Donald Greene

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    American, Critic

  24. Doris Giller

    Doris Giller

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    Doris Giller (January 22, 1931 – April 25, 1993) was a Canadian journalist, who was best known as a literary editor for the Montreal Gazette and the Toronto Star.


  25. E. J. Pratt

    E. J. Pratt

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    Canadian poet

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