Citizens, Consumers, Critique-al Subjects: Rethinking the "Statue Controversy" and Emily Murphy's "The Black Candle" (1922)


  • Tracy Kulba



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How to Cite

Kulba, T. (2002). Citizens, Consumers, Critique-al Subjects: Rethinking the "Statue Controversy" and Emily Murphy’s "The Black Candle" (1922). Tessera, 31.