Canadian Literature I
— ENGL 385 (3)
Introduction to Canadian literature from its beginnings through the 1960s. Authors include some of the following: Moodie, Leacock, Pratt, Davies, Laurence, Callaghan, Roy, Wiebe, Carr, Richler, Avison, Purdy, Page and Layton. Texts are chosen from works in both English and French (in translation). Among significant themes discussed are the relationship to the land and struggle to define identity as Canadians. Prerequisites: 6 credit hours in ENGL. Exclusion: ENGL 285.
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