Greenwood (1996)

Nearly all of Laurence's works from Africa and Canada are critiqued in this volume which highlights Laurence's innovative narrative styles, her use of multicultural oral literary methods, and the importance of her female protagonists.
Keywords Laurence, Margaret   Feminism and literature   Women and literature   Pluralism in literature   Narration   Poetics
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