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Two invocations of the Canadian Identity: Arthur Lower, Northrop Frye and the invisible French

British historian Ged Martin, former professor Canadian Studies at the University of Edinburgh, argues that Arthur Lower and Northrop Frye created literary constructs of the Canadian identity which ignored Canada's French fact.