Regional and Ethnic Identities Essay by Master Researcher

Regional and Ethnic Identities
This paper discusses regional and ethnic identities in Canadian short stories.
# 89764 | 900 words | 1 source | 2006 | US


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In this article the writer studies the theme of regional and ethnic identities that are found in Canadian short stories. The writer examines three different stories for this study. The first story discussed in this regard is 'Death by Landscape' by Margaret Atwood. The second story is 'The Loons' by Margaret Laurence and finally, the writer looks at the story 'The Boat' by Alister MacLeod.

From the Paper:

"Identity is a common theme in many forms of literature. However in Canadian short stories the idea of the multiple identities is an important theme. In many cases characters show different regional and ethnic identities in the same story. The short stories that will be used to prove this point are "Death by Landscape" by Margaret Atwood, "The Loons" by Margaret Laurence and "The Boat" by Alistair MacLeod". Each of these stories takes place in a different region of Canada and each of these regions has a unique ethnic composition."

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