In The Dominion of Women: The Personal and the Political in Canadian Women’s Literature, Fraser intends every pun in this academic study. Early settlers such as Brooke, Jameson, Traill, Moodie, Duncan and Wilson critique colonialism, imperialism and emancipation as they complain about struggling for survival in the time when “farmers hated trees.” The study ends with Laurence and the early Atwood’s rebellion against Americanism as they search for distinctive inspiration.

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