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100 1  James, William C.|q(William Closson),|d1943- 
245 10 Locations of the sacred :|bessays on religion, literature,
       and Canadian culture /|cWilliam Closson James. 
260    Waterloo, Ont. :|bWilfrid Laurier University Press,|c1998.
300    1 online resource (xviii, 270 pages) 
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504    Includes notes at chapter ends, bibliographical references
       (pages 245-264), and index. 
505 00 |tIntroduction --|tDislocating the sacred : the Protestant
       voice ;|tThe Protestant voice --|tA Protestant trio : 
       Davies,  MacLennan, and Laurence --|tImprisonment and 
       liberation --|tHow is Canadian literature "religious"? --
       |tThe Protestant principle in English-Canadian fiction --
       |tA tentative conclusion --|tRelocating the sacred : the 
       human ground of transcendence ;|tEternity and 
       transcendence --|t"Eternity" in Callaghan and MacLennan --
       |tThe ordinary and the sacred in Mitchell and Munro --
       |tDivining the depths in Davies, Laurence, and Atwood --
       |tConclusion --|tNature as the locale of the sacred ;
       |tNative and Christian attitudes --|tSome typical Canadian
       views --|tGeography over history --|tA new direction --
       |tIn quest of the sacred : the canoe trip ;|tThe quest 
       pattern --|tStates of the quest --|tTransformative quest 
       and Canadian character --|tThe canoe trip as initiation 
       rite --|tConclusion --|tSacred Death : the Belcher Islands
       Massacre ;|tIntroduction --|tGeographical and religious 
       backgrounds --|tNarrative of the events --|tThe 
       contemporary reaction to the murders --|tAnalysis --|tA 
       personal epilogue --|tTheodicy and the sacred : A.M. Klein
       and Hugh MacLennan ;|tParallel dislocations --|t'The 
       Second Scroll' as theodicy --|t'The Watch that Ends the 
       Night' and selfhood --|tThe everyman and the self --
       |tChaos into cosmos --|tLove and the Sacred : the 
       ambiguities of Morley Callaghan's 'Such Is My Beloved' ;
       |tCallaghan's "Certain Perceptions" --|tThe two 
       conflicting realms --|tThe song of songs : love and the 
       sacred --|tConclusion : incarnational humanism --|tSacred 
       passages : Native symbols in Atwood and Engel ;|tThe 
       female initiation pattern --|tAtwood's 'Surfacing' --
       |tEngel's 'Bear' --|tConclusion --|tNordicity and the 
       sacred : the journeys of Thomas York and Aritha van Herk ;
       |tThe fugitive --|tThe spiritual quest --|tThe return to 
       the south in 'Desireless' --|t'No End to This Road' : 
       Aritha van Herk --|tMutuality and the sacred : Joy Kogawa 
       ;|tFrom divine abandonment to human solidarity --|tBread 
       and stones and names in 'Obasan' --|tFrom silence to 
       communion --|tConclusion --|tConclusion. 
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520    Where do Canadians encounter religious meaning? Not where 
       they used to! In ten lively and wide-ranging essays, 
       William Closson James examines various derivations of the 
       sacred in contemporary Canadian culture. Most of the 
       essays focus on the religious aspects of modern Canadian 
       English fiction -- for example, in essays on the fiction 
       of Hugh MacLennan, Morley Callaghan, Margaret Atwood and 
       Joy Kogawa. But James also explores other, non-literary 
       events and activities in which Canadians have found 
       something transcendant or revelatory. Each of the chapters
       in Locations of the Sacred can be read independently as a 
       discrete analysis of its subject. Taken as a whole, the 
       essays make up a powerful argument for a new way of 
       looking at the religious in contemporary Canada -- not in 
       the traditional ways of being religious, but in activities
       and locations previously thought to be "secular." Thus, 
       the domains and modes of the religious are expanded, not 
       restricted. 
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588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Spirituality in literature. 
650  0 Religion in literature. 
650  0 Religion and culture|zCanada. 
650  5 Canadian literature (English)|y20th century|xHistory and 
       criticism. 
650  6 Spiritualite dans la litterature. 
650  6 Religion dans la litterature. 
650  6 Religion et culture|zCanada. 
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650  7 Religion and culture.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01093823 
650  7 Religion in literature.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01732559 
650  7 Spirituality in literature.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01130202 
651  7 Canada.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01204310 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aJames, William Closson.|tLocations of 
       the sacred.|dWaterloo, Ont. : Wilfrid Laurier University 
       Press, 1998|z0889202931 
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970 01 |tPreface 
970 01 |tAcknowledgments 
970 01 |tIntroduction|p1 
970 11 |lCh. 1|tDislocating the Sacred: The Protestant Voice|p19 
970 12 |tThe Protestant Voice|p19 
970 12 |tA Protestant Trio: Davies, MacLennan, and Laurence|p22 
970 12 |tImprisonment and Liberation|p28 
970 12 |tHow Is Canadian Literature "Religious"?|p30 
970 12 |tThe Protestant Principle in English-Canadian Fiction|p34
970 12 |tA Tentative Conclusion|p36 
970 11 |lCh. 2|tRelocating the Sacred: The Human Ground of 
       Transcendence|p39 
970 12 |tEternity and Transcendence|p39 
970 12 |t"Eternity" in Callaghan and MacLennan|p42 
970 12 |tThe Ordinary and the Sacred in Mitchell and Munro|p45 
970 12 |tDivining the Depths in Davies, Laurence, and Atwood|p51 
970 12 |tConclusion|p57 
970 11 |lCh. 3|tNature as the Locale of the Sacred|p61 
970 12 |tNative and Christian Attitudes|p61 
970 12 |tSome Typical Canadian Views|p64 
970 12 |tGeography over History|p69 
970 12 |tA New Direction|p72 
970 11 |lCh. 4|tIn Quest of the Sacred: The Canoe Trip|p81 
970 12 |tThe Quest Pattern|p81 
970 12 |tStates of the Quest|p85 
970 12 |tTransformative Quest and Canadian Character|p91 
970 12 |tThe Canoe Trip as Initiation Rite|p94 
970 12 |tConclusion|p98 
970 11 |lCh. 5|tSacred Death: The Belcher Islands Massacre|p101 
970 12 |tIntroduction|p101 
970 12 |tGeographical and Religious Backgrounds|p103 
970 12 |tNarrative of the Events|p108 
970 12 |tThe Contemporary Reaction to the Murders|p114 
970 12 |tAnalysis|p117 
970 12 |tA Personal Epilogue|p124 
970 11 |lCh. 6|tTheodicy and the Sacred: A. M. Klein and Hugh 
       MacLennan|p131 
970 12 |tParallel Dislocations|p131 
970 12 |tThe Second Scroll as Theodicy|p134 
970 12 |tThe Watch that Ends the Night and Selfhood|p137 
970 12 |tThe Everyman and the Self|p143 
970 12 |tChaos into Cosmos|p147 
970 11 |lCh. 7|tLove and the Sacred: The Ambiguities of Morley 
       Callaghan's Such Is My Beloved|p155 
970 12 |tCallaghan's "Certain Perceptions"|p155 
970 12 |tThe Two Conflicting Realms|p157 
970 12 |tThe Song of Songs: Love and the Sacred|p161 
970 12 |tConclusion: Incarnational Humanism|p167 
970 11 |lCh. 8|tSacred Passages: Native Symbols in Atwood and 
       Engel|p171 
970 12 |tThe Female Initiation Pattern|p171 
970 12 |tAtwood's Surfacing|p174 
970 12 |tEngel's Bear|p178 
970 12 |tConclusion|p183 
970 11 |lCh. 9|tNordicity and the Sacred: The Journeys of Thomas 
       York and Aritha van Herk|p189 
970 12 |tThe Fugitive|p189 
970 12 |tThe Spiritual Quest|p192 
970 12 |tThe Return to the South in Desireless|p205 
970 12 |t"No End to This Road": Aritha van Herk|p207 
970 11 |lCh. 10|tMutuality and the Sacred: Joy Kogawa|p213 
970 12 |tFrom Divine Abandonment to Human Solidarity|p213 
970 12 |tBread and Stones and Names in Obasan|p223 
970 12 |tFrom Silence to Communion|p228 
970 01 |tConclusion|p241 
970 01 |tReferences|p245 
970 01 |tIndex|p265 
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