Canadian, literary and didactic mosaic

essays in honor of Albert-Reiner Glaap on the occasion of his 75th birthday
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Canadian literature -- History and criti
StatementMichael Heinze and Elke Müller-Schneck (Eds.)
ContributionsGlaap, Albert-Reiner., Heinze, Michael., Muller-Schneck, Elke.
The Physical Object
Pagination231 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18905829M
ISBN 103884766880

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This one, a middle-grade novel, is about a boy who hits his head and can’t remember anything about what he used to be like before the : Kathleen Keenan. The Canadian Literature Centre, MacEwan University, and Athabasca University are teaming up to bring Call for Papers In Octoberthe CLC and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology held an internationa.

What it's about: Arleen Paré's first book-length poem since the Governor General Literary Award–winning Lake of Two Mountains, takes a poetic look at the shared lives of Canadian artists.

Congratulations to the authors and poets shortlisted for our Literary Awards The winners will be announced at our annual literary awards dinner and gala held in Toronto on J Canadian Authors Award for Fiction Gail Anderson-Dargatz for The Spawning Grounds (Alfred A. Knopf Canada) Gail Anderson-Dargatz, whose fictional style has been called 'Pacific Northwest gothic' by the.

English Canadian literature, literary works produced in Canada and written in the English language. Early Canadian Writing Although Canadian writing began as an imitative colonial literature, it has steadily developed its own national characteristics. Canadian literature is often divided into French and English-language literature, which are rooted in the literary traditions of France and Britain, respectively, However, collectively this literature has become distinctly Canadian.

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Essay in English. An essay is a brief, discursive piece of prose which develops a single theme from a personal point of view, following the prototype established by French essayist Michel de. ship, has been disregarded in English-Canadian literary scholar ship.

Apart from James Lorimer's study of book reading, or apart from the occasional controlled group study such as the one Kenneth Hoeppner conducted, the only extant surveys are a. Martha Baillie. Baillie’s The Search for Heinrich Schlögel (Tin House Books) tracks a young German man tracking his obsession with archives into the Arctic—where he suddenly finds himself thirty years in the future.

Patrick DeWitt. The Sisters Brothers (Ecco Press) is a raucous romp through the west coast in The two brothers, named Sisters, get themselves into a heap of : Alana Wilcox. This July 1 is Canada’s sesquicentennial, aka the th anniversary of Confederation or “when Canada became a country.” For many Indigenous peoples who have lived here since long beforethough, Canada is a celebration of genocide that erases thousands of years of Indigenous history pre-contact.

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The TD Canadian Children's Book Award, established in by the Canadian Children's Book Centre and the TD Bank Financial Group, gives $20 each to the best English and French children's books of the year. His most recent book of poetry, Full-Metal Indigiqueer, was shortlisted for the Lambda Literary Award for Transgender Poetry.

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It’s a real treasure trove of information about British, American, and Canadian history involving the migration. This October, artist Mark Raynes Roberts will bring his ILLUMINATION exhibit to Toronto.

A twofold presentation, the show will feature hand-engraved crystal depictions of Canadian literary passages on light, as well as photographs of Canadian authors. We asked Roberts a few questions about his artwork, his process and Canadian creativity.