Canadian literature - History and criticism.
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A Due Sense of Differences: An Evaluative Approach to Canadian Literature.
More recently, Cude has written another book, Weapons of Mass Disruption: An Academic Whistleblower’s Story, self-published in 2014. It is a type of scholarly autobiography, giving Cude’s background, including a stimulating time in the military and then the Royal Military College, then the sorry story of his treatment at the University of Alberta as well as a later appointment saga at St. Francis Xavier University (CAUT, 1997). A Due Sense of Differences: An Evaluative Approach to Canadian Literature.
A Due Sense of Differences: An Evaluative Approach to Canadian Literature, University Press of America . SIDELIGHTS: Canadian Wilfred Cude is a writer, publisher, and teacher who has challenged the benefit of doctoral programs in North America.
A Due Sense of Differences: An Evaluative Approach to Canadian Literature, University Press of America (Lanham, MD), 1980. Trap, Medicine Label Press (West Bay, Canada), 1987. Trap Revisited, Dundurn Press (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 2001. Trap Revisited, Cude lays out the negative consequences for individuals pursuing doctorates and on the education system they operate within.
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Wilfred L. Guerin, Professor Emeritus of English, Louisiana State University This book is a wonderful tool for understanding literature
Wilfred L. Guerin, Professor Emeritus of English, Louisiana State University. Earle Labor, George A. Wilson Professor of American Literature, Centenary College. Lee Morgan, Professor Emeritus of English, Centenary College. This book is a wonderful tool for understanding literature. It provides an overview of literary criticism that is thorough enough for most to understand and specific enough to educate the reader on what they need to know to understand and apply the critical approaches well. From formalism to feminism to literary Darwinism, this book covers a wide variety of approaches and gives good examples of how to apply them to literature.
Wilfred Cude is the author of A Due Sense of Differences, The P. Trap, and numerous scholarly articles on English literature, Canadian history, critical methodology, and educational traditions. He has lectured at colleges and universities across the country. He lives in rural Cape Breton.