Doctoral candidate Leslie Savath has an article entitled “La Corriveau d’Anne Hébert : Traverser d’un côté à l’autre des barreaux” forthcoming in a special issue of the Canadian Review of Comparative Literature in honour of the life and work of E.D. Blodgett. Savath’s article examines the representation of the Québécois legend of La Corriveau in Anne Hébert’s play La Cage (1990) in conjunction with Blodgett’s theories of frontiers and negotiation. Showing how the figure of La Corriveau in Hébert’s play transcends frontiers of language, culture, and gender, among others, Savath argues that this contemporary Corriveau figure enters a space of negotiation that leads to the transformation of the legend from that of a vilified figure to one imbued with the symbolism of Québécois feminism.