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Weiss, Jonathan M. "Acadia Transplanted: The Importance of Evangéline Deusse in the Work of Antonine Maillet." Colby Literary Quarterly XIII, No. 3 (September 1977): 173-85.

Discusses the development of Acadian themes in Maillet's works leading up to Evangéline Deusse and examines how Maillet broadens the Acadian exile experience to...

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Criticism

Weiss, Jonathan M. "Acadia Transplanted: The Importance of Evangéline Deusse in the Work of Antonine Maillet." Colby Literary Quarterly XIII, No. 3 (September 1977): 173-85.

Discusses the development of Acadian themes in Maillet's works leading up to Evangéline Deusse and examines how Maillet broadens the Acadian exile experience to a universal view.

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