Wieland specialist Johanne Sloan offers a fascinating new perspective onThe Far Shore, making it more accessible by discussing Wieland's utopian fusion of art and politics, the importance of landscape within Canadian culture, and the on-going struggle over the meaning of the natural environment.
Subjects: Film Studies, Art & Art History
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