The road trip genre, well established in the literatures of Canada, is a natural outcome of the nation’s obsession with geography. Divided Highways examines road trip works by Anglophone, Québécois and Indigenous authors and these communities’ sense of place and nationhood.
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Heather Macfarlane is Assistant Professor at Queen’s University and teaches Canadian and Indigenous Literatures. Her publications include an anthology of critical works on Indigenous literatures and articles on French and English literature in Canada.