Literature, Canadian Essays and Research Papers, pg.4

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  • An analysis of the positive and negative experiences of Canadians in the literature of Nino Ricci and Lawrence Hill.
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  • An aanlysis of the use of literary devices in Margaret Atwood's "Surfacing" and Mordecai Richler's "St Urbain's Horseman".
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  • A comparison of Wilkie Collins' "The Woman in White" and Maggie de Vries' "Missing Sarah".
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  • An examination of Michael Ondaatje's family memoir "Running in the Family".
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  • A comparison of three female characters in Margaret Atwood's "The Handmaid's Tale".
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  • An analysis of the merging of genres in Timothy Findley's "The Wars".
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  • Assessing the critical reception of a literary text, and particularly its initial critical reception, can be valuable in understanding how the reputation of a work is shaped. As this essay will argue, this is especially the case with respect to ...
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  • Paper discusses literary and scholarly habit of referring to Metis women in melodramatic terms that stress identity confusion as in Maria Campbell or Culleton's popular accounts. These are argued to give distorted impressions of Canadian Metis women, ...
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  • The late Alootook Ipellie's short stories are particularly skillful in terms of showing Inuit cultural change's irony in the 20th century; remarks on Ipellie's background that enabled him to comment objectively in Inuit versus southern Canadian ...
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  • The following paper will look at the construction of masculinity in Margaret Atwood's, The Edible Woman. In so doing, the paper will look at the topic of marriage and how this defines the construction of masculinity in the text - most notably by ...
    # 137893 | 1,250 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
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