Works about Hugh MacLennan  ~   Theses and Dissertations

Campbell, Gabrielle. Hugh MacLennan: a respected man, a superior author, a great Canadian. Unpublished shcool essay, 19??. From Hugh MacLennan Papers, University of Calgary: MS 380/86.2.

Ewing, Ronald. French-English Relations in Canadian Novels From the Conquest to World War II. Université de Sherbrooke, 1994, pp: 356

Halpern, Sheryl Ruth. The Unsung Hero in the Contemporary English-Canadian Novel. Université de Montreal, 1993, pp: 233.

Hoy, Helen Elizabeth. The Portrayal of Women in Recent English-Canadian Fiction. University of Toronto, 1977.

Kristiansen, Erik Randolf. Time, Memory and Transformation: Representations of Development in the Nova Scotian Novel (Hugh MacLennan, Charles Bruce, Ernest Buckler). Saint Mary's University, 1991, pp: 166.

Le Breton, Paul. L'Éternel cycle, croissance et decadence: une étude de Two Solitudes et Return of the Sphinx de Hugh MacLennan. Université Laval, 1993, pp: 127.

Montgomerie, John Alexander. MacLennan's sons and their fathers. Dalhousie University, 1984.

Murri, Claudio. The Artist as Hero: Canadian Fiction, 1940-1960 (Sinclair Ross, Emily Carr, Ernest Buckler, Hugh MacLennan, Gabrielle Roy). York University, 1986, pp: 159.

Obed, Nkunzimana. Crystal Fences and Golden Gates: The Magic of Being Oneself in Some Novels by Hugh MacLennan and Chinua Achebe. Université de Sherbrooke, 1991, pp: 149.

Peepre-Bordessa, Mari. Hugh MacLennan's National Trilogy: Mapping a Canadian Identity (1940-1950). Helsinki: Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia, 1990.

Pell, Barbara Helen. Faith and Fiction: Religious Vision and Form in the Novels of Hugh MacLennann, Morley Callaghan and Hugh Hood. University of Toronto, 1981.

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