Canadian literature in English presents a wealth of imaginative experience that belies the colonial status sometimes accorded the world?s second-largest country. This revised and expanded edition of Major Canadian Authors provides an entrance into that realm. Stouck?s carefully integrated essays introduce the life and writings of eighteen foremost Canadian authors, including Robertson Davies, Margaret Laurence, Sinclair Ross, and Alice Munro. The second edition adds a new chapter on Margaret Atwood, updates the text, and expands the reference guide to include more than sixty Canadian authors.In aquot;Cornet at Nightaquot; this conflict is dramatized when the boy must choose which parent to obey: the wheat is ripe and the father needs his sona#39;s help with the harvest, but the mother argues that the Sabbath must not be broken and that the boyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Major Canadian Authors|
|Publisher||:||U of Nebraska Press - 1988-01-01|