Editor’s Note / Note du directeur
Jonathan Hart 106

Rejuvenating T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land
Ghanim Samarrai 112

Ma Jian and Gao Xingjian:
Intellectual Nomadism and Exilic Consciousness in Sinophone Literature
Shuyu Kong 126

Alexeï Tsvetkov et Laurent Fourcaut : Renouvellement du sonnet amoureux
Nadezda Vashkevich 147

Towards a Common Civilization:
G. Lowes Dickinson, China, and Global Humanism
Q.S. Tong 156

Review Article
The Good and the Read: Literary Value and Readership in Canadian Literature
Albert Braz 174

Comparative Literature in Canada / La littérature comparée au Canada
A Brief Opening / Brève ouverture
Jonathan Hart 183

You and Me: Relational Ontologies in Canadian Comparative Literature
Lindsay R. Parker 187

La littérature comparée et son extension prochaine : les espaces vidéo-ludiques
Tristan Bera 191

The Road Less Travelled: A Student’s Perspective on Exploring Uncharted Literary Terrain in Graduate Research Projects
Alexandre Desbiens-Brassard 194

Meeting Ground: Considering the Place, Value and Choice of Comparative Literature
Jacqueline Sloan Morgan 197

Critical Regionalism and the Goals of Comparative Literature
Pushpa Acharya 201

The Nuances of Comparing or Justifying Comparative Literature Programs
Juan Carlos Rodriguez 203

The Comparative Impetus: Thoughts on the Changing Landscape of Comparative Literature
Christian Ylagan 206

Comparative Canadian Literature: A Testimony from Below
Andrea C. Valente 209

On the State of Comparative Literature in Canada
Avishek Ray 213

Towards a Globalectical Reading of Comparative Canadian Literature
Asma Sayed 216

Comparative Literature and the Adjunct
Jonathan A. Allan 220

Une nouvelle Weltanschauung :
manifestation de l’esprit moderne dans l’art dramatique
Sara Bressan 223

Shake Up, not Shake-Down:
Comparative Literature as a Twenty-First Century Discipline
Sheena Wilson 226