"Swamp Angel" and "Twenty-Six" - Canadian Authors
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This paper compares and contrasts Ethel Wilson's "Swamp Angel" to Leon McKay Jr.'s "Twenty-Six." Both are dramatic novels written by Canadian authors and set within Canadian borders. Despite these superficial similarities they are, however, very similar books in their themes of compassion, familial relationships, time, drama, pain, and the necessity of moving forward.
From the Paper:"In Swamp Angel, Ethel Wilson's characters are representative of the writer's ability to explore characters of a wide moral spectrum (Comeau). In Wilson's main character Maggie, the reader feels a broad range of emotion through the eyes of a woman running from a failing second marriage..."
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