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Adams, Timothy Dow. “Painting above Paint': Telling Li(v)es in Emily Carr's Literary Self-Portraits,” Journal of Canadian Studies 27, no. 2 (1992): 37-48.

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Banting, Sarah. “Eating at the Buffet of Love: ‘Consummating’ Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding in Vancouver,” Canadian Theatre Review no. 134 (2008): 12-17.

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Barman, Jean. “I Walk My Own Track in Life & No More Male Can Bump Me Off It': Constance Lindsay Skinner and the Work of History.” In Creating Historical Memory: English Canadian Women and the Work of History. Edited by Beverly Boutilier and Alison Prentice, Vancouver: UBC Press, 1997. 129-68 pp.

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Bates, Catherine. “Sustainable Urban Foragings in the Canadian Metropolis: Rummaging through Rita Wong's Forage and Nicholas Dickner's Nikolski,” British Journal of Canadian Studies 2, no. 26 (2013): 191-212.

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Beard, Laura J. “Giving Voice: Autobiographical / Testimonial Literature by First Nations Women of British Columbia,” Studies in American Indian Literatures 12, no. 3 (2000): 64-83.

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Beck, David, and Thom Hess, as told by Martha Williams Lamont, Elizabeth Charles Krise, Edward Sam, and Agnes Jules James. Tellings from our Elders: Lushotseed syəyəhub. Volume I: Snohomish Texts.. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2014. 616 pp. 9780774823555.

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Bradley, Nicholas. “Canadian Literature on the Pacific Coast.” In Canadian Literature on the Pacific CoastThe Oxford Handbook of Canadian Literature (Part IV: Intra-national Perspectives and Traditions). (Part IV: Intra-national Perspectives and Traditions), New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2015. 709-24 pp.

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Bradley, Nicholas. “Remembering Offence: Robert Bringhurst and the Ethical Challenge of Cultural Appropriation,” University of Toronto Quarterly 76, no. 3 (2007): 890-912.

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Charleson, Karen. “Re-considering Margaret Horsfeld’s ‘Cougar Annie’s Garden,” Canadian Literature no. 197 (2008): 12-27.

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