Agnant, Marie-Célie. La Dot de Sara. 1995. Montréal: Éditions du remue-ménage, 2002. [Novel]

Atwood, Margaret. Alias Grace. Toronto: McClelland, 1996. [Novel]

---. The Handmaid’s Tale. Toronto: McClelland, 1985. [Novel]

Bals, Myriam. Les Domestiques étrangères au Canada : esclaves de l’espoir. Paris: Harmattan, 1999. [Oral History]

Bissoondath, Neil. “Dancing.” Digging up the Mountains: Selected Stories. Toronto: Macmillan, 1986. 187-209. [Short Story]

Black, Ayanna. “She Writes.” Daughters of the Sun, Women of the Moon: Poetry by Black Canadian Women. Ed. Ann Wallace. Stratford, ON, Williams-Wallace, 1991. 15. [Poetry]

Brand, Dionne. No Burden to Carry: Narratives of Black Working Women in Ontario 1920’s-1950’s. Toronto: Women’s P, 1991. [Oral History]

---. Sans Souci and Other Stories. Stratford, ON: Williams-Wallace, 1988. [Short Story]

Clarke, Austin. More. Toronto: Thomas Allen, 2008. [Novel]

---. The Polished Hoe. Toronto: Thomas Allen, 2002. [Novel]

Cohen, Leonard. The Favourite Game. Toronto: McClelland, 1970. [Novel]

Cooper, Afua. The Hanging of Angélique: The Untold Story of Canadian Slavery and the Burning of Old Montréal. Toronto: Harper, 2006. [Life Writing]

---. La Pendaison d’Angélique. L’Histoire de l’esclavage au Canada et de l’incendie de Montréal. Montréal: Éditions de l’homme, 2007. [Life Writing]

De la Roche, Mazo. Delight. 1926. Toronto: McClelland, 1970. [Novel]

Dodge, Helen Carmichael. My Childhood in the Canadian Wilderness. New York: Vantage, 1961. [Life Writing]

Faessler, Shirley. “Henye.” Tamarack Review 56 (1971). Rpt in The Narrative Voice: Short Stories and Reflections by Canadian Authors. Ed. John Metcalf. Toronto; New York: McGraw, 1972. 28-47. [Short Story]

Foster, Cecil. Sleep On, Beloved. Toronto: Random, 1995. [Novel]

Girard, Rodolphe. Marie Calumet. 1904. Montréal: Fides, 1979. [Novel]

---. Marie Calumet. Trans. Irène Currie. Montreal: Harvest, 1976. [Translation of Rodolphe Girard’s Marie Calumet]

Gotlieb, Phyllis. “Three-Handed Fugue.” The New Oxford Book of Canadian Verse in English. Comp. Margaret Atwood. Toronto: OUP, 1982. 248. [Poetry]

Grizzle, Stanley G., and John Cooper. My Name’s Not George. The Story of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters: Personal Reminiscences of Stanley G. Grizzle. Toronto: Umbrella, 1998. [Life Writing]

Heart of the Sun. Dir. Francis Damberger. Dancing Stones Film Prod., 1998. [Film Adaptation of Betty Lambert’s Jenny’s Story]

Hébert, Anne. Kamouraska. Paris: Seuil, 1970. [Novel]

---. Kamouraska. Trans. Norman Shapiro. Toronto: Musson, 1973. [Translation of Anne Hébert’s Kamouraska]

Huston, Nancy. Instruments des ténèbres. Arles: Actes Sud; Montréal: Leméac, 1996. [Novel]

---. Instruments of Darkness. Trans. Nancy Huston. Boston; Toronto: Little, 1997. [Translation of Nancy Huston’s Instruments des ténèbres]

Joe, Rita. Song of Rita Joe: Autobiography of a Mi’kmaq Poet. Charlottetown, PEI: Ragweed, 1996. [Life Writing]

Knight, Phyllis, and Rolf Knight. A Very Ordinary Life. Vancouver: New Star, 1974. [Oral History]

Kramer, Reinhold, and Tom Mitchell. Walk Towards the Gallows: The Tragedy of Hilda Blake, Hanged 1899. Don Mills, ON: OUP, 2002. [Life Writing]

Lambert, Betty. Jennie’s Story. Toronto: Playwrights Canada, 1982. [Play]

Laurence, Margaret. The Stone Angel. Toronto: McClelland, 1964. [Novel]

Maillet, Antonine. La Sagouine. Montréal: Leméac, 1971. [Play]

McClung, Nellie. Flowers for the Living: A Book of Short Stories. Toronto: T.H. Best, 1935. [Short Story]

---. Painted Fires. Toronto: Ryerson, 1925. [Novel]

McNaughton, Janet. To Dance at the Palais Royale. St. John’s, NFLD: Tuckamore, 1996. [Novel for Young Adults]

Moodie, Susanna. Roughing It in the Bush. 1852. Toronto: McClelland, 1962. [Life Writing]

--- “Our First Settlement, and the Borrowing System.” Roughing It 66-83.

---. “Our Logging Bee.” Roughing It 156-65.

---. “A Visit to Grosse Isle.” Roughing It 19-27.

Moran, Bridget. Stoney Creek Woman: The Story of Mary John. Vancouver: Tillacum, 1989. [Oral History]

Munro, Alice. “The Beggar Maid.” Who Do You Think You Are? Toronto: Macmillan, 1978. 65-97. [Short Story]

---. “How I Met My Husband.” Something I’ve Been Meaning to Tell You. Toronto: McGraw, 1974. 45-66. [Short Story]

Potrebenko, Helen. Hey Waitress and Other Stories. Vancouver: Lazara, 1989. [Short Story]

Richards, David Adams. The Friends of Meagre Fortune. Toronto: Doubleday, 2006. [Novel]

Roy, Gabrielle. La Rivière sans repos. Montréal: Beauchemin, 1970. [Novel]

---. Windflower. Trans. Joyce Marshall. Toronto: McClelland, 1970. [Translation of Gabrielle Roy’s La Rivière sans repos]

Salverson, Laura Goodman. Confessions of an Immigrant’s Daughter. 1939. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1981. [Life Writing]

Sarsfield, Mairuth. No Crystal Stair. Toronto: Stoddart, 1998. [Novel]

Silvera, Makeda. “Canada Sweet, Girl.” Class Is the Issue. Spec. issue of Fireweed 25 (Fall 1987): 11-19. [Short Story]

---. Silenced: Talks with Working Class Caribbean Women about Their Lives and Struggles as Domestic Workers in Canada. Rev. ed. Toronto: Sister Vision, 1989. [Oral History]

Steers, Florence Young. Memories of a Kitchen Maid. Toronto: CBC, 1971. 1 cassette: mono. Duration: 30 min. Orig. broadcast on the CBC radio series Ideas, Jan. 1971. [Interview/Sound Archive]

Thériault, Yves. La Fille laide. Montréal: Éditions de l’homme, 1962. [Novel]

Tynes, Maxine. “Borrowed Beauty.” Celebrating Canadian Women: Prose and Poetry by and about Women. Ed. Greta Hofmann Nemiroff. Markham, ON: Fitzhenry, 1989. 190-92. [Short Story]

---. “In Service.” This Is Class Too. Spec. issue of Fireweed 26 (Winter-Spring 1988): 8-11. [Short Story]

Vanderhaeghe, Guy. The Englishman’s Boy. Toronto: McClelland, 1996. [Novel]

When Strangers Re-Unite. Dir. Marie Boti and Florchita Bautista. NFB, 1999. [Film]

Wilson, Ethel. “Lilly’s Story.” The Equations of Love. London: Macmillan, 1952. 131-281. [Short Story]

Wiseman, Adele. Crackpot. Toronto: McClelland, 1974. [Novel]

Yee, Paul. The Bone Collector’s Son. Vancouver: Tradewind, 2003. [Novel for Young Adults]


Compiled by Natasha Dagenais and Roxanne Rimstead