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The Rhetorical Shape of International Conflicts, Vol. 12 - 2005, No. 4

Canada in the Age of Terror: The Metaphysics of the Cottage

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This essay offers a wry analysis of the manner in which elements of Canada’s rhetorical culture inflect its response to international affairs. Canada’s public and private response to international conflicts in an “Age of Terror” is examined as an instance of disengagement and irony through the metaphor of the “cottage.”

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