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 KUPCHENKO, Mary Elizabeth, « Immigration and the Cyborg: Identity, Language, and Writing in the Works of Nancy Huston », mémoire de maîtrise, University of Alberta, 2011, 93 f.  +++ Thèse de doctorat / mémoire de maîtrise KUPCHENKO, Mary Elizabeth, « Immigration and the Cyborg: Identity, Language, and Writing in the Works of Nancy Huston », mémoire de maîtrise, University of Alberta, 2011, 93 f.  +++ Thèse de doctorat / mémoire de maîtrise
  
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 Nancy Huston's works, fiction and non-fiction, offer perspectives for the examination of immigration, specifically the female experience, of living across and between languages and cultures. An exploration of migrant individuals, utilizing Donna Haraway's cyborg metaphor, reveals situations of liminality, in which the individual exists poised between various concepts of self. In both //The Mark of the Angel// and //Fault Lines//, this space will be explored, with a focus on questions of identity and language. Additionally, the potential of writing, living, and the pursuit of the creative, as a result of the above existent state, will be examined. Nancy Huston's works, fiction and non-fiction, offer perspectives for the examination of immigration, specifically the female experience, of living across and between languages and cultures. An exploration of migrant individuals, utilizing Donna Haraway's cyborg metaphor, reveals situations of liminality, in which the individual exists poised between various concepts of self. In both //The Mark of the Angel// and //Fault Lines//, this space will be explored, with a focus on questions of identity and language. Additionally, the potential of writing, living, and the pursuit of the creative, as a result of the above existent state, will be examined.
  

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