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1. 1521 Isolation and Identity in Joy Dogawa's Obasan.

In Kogawa's novel, Obasan, the identity of the Japanese Canadian is an identity portrayed as a constant struggle between the spaces which lie between being Japanese, and with the agony of trying to understand the Canadian contexts within which this family finds itself. This is the line which both separates the Japanese from the White Canadians, and the line which brings the Japanese into a relationship with Canadians, brought together and joined by a line which is not always visible, but which is drawing on the tensions of a shared history. 4 pgs. 4 f/c. 2 b.
  • Pages: 4
  • Bibliography: 2 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 1521 Obasan.doc
  • Price: US$35.80

2. 1607 Imperialism in the Works of Leacock, Duncan and Wilson.

During its heyday, England flew the Imperialist flag over a number of nations--India and Canada being the two most significant perhaps--and in doing so, colonized literature. The notion of Empire and all it represented was both fervently embraced and just as fervently repudiated depending on where you stood. Canadian authors of the early twentieth century were either British born, or born of British parents on Canadian soil. Imperialism, then, in one way or another permeates the novels and short stories of such authors as Sara Jeannette Duncan, Ethel Wilson and Stephen Leacock. Duncan's attitude to Imperialism is mixed, Wilson's is innate while Leacock embraces it even as he writing what is regarding by many as a "quintessentially" Canadian work. 10 pgs. 19 f/c. 7b.
  • Pages: 10
  • Bibliography: 7 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 1607 Imperialism.doc
  • Price: US$89.50

3. 1620 Familiar Strangers: Characterisation in H. Raddall's "The Wedding Gift".

This paper discusses how In "The Wedding Gift", Thomas H. Raddall demonstrates wonderful skills of characterisation. He brings to full literary life not only such characters as Miss Kezia Barnes, Mr. Hathaway, Mr. Mears, and the Barclays, but also the harsh Nova Scotia landscape itself, which effectively functions as a character in the story. One of the key requirements of good characterisation is, of course, the quality of being memorable, and Raddall certainly achieves this quality in his story. His characters possess a vivid quality which seems to derive in part from their very humanity - they are recognisably like people we know - and in part from their very super-humanity - they are a little more extraordinary, a little more real than anybody we have met in our daily lives. 6 pgs. 10 f/c. 1b.
  • Pages: 6
  • Bibliography: 1 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 1620 Wedding Gift.doc
  • Price: US$53.70

4. 1847 Representation of the "City" in Margaret Atwood's Surfacing

4 pgs. 8 f/c. 2b.
  • Pages: 4
  • Bibliography: 2 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 1847 City Atwood Surfacing.doc
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5. 2189 Alice Munro's "Wild Swans".

This paper describes "Wild Swans" as a story about the sexual violence that is perpetuated against women that passes so subtly in our society. Rose sits on a train ride, during which a self-described minister gropes her throughout the ride. She cannot take a stand against him, because she knows that the abuse is hidden and that her outcry will be deafened by an indifferent society. 8 pgs. 0 f/c. 1b.
  • Pages: 8
  • Bibliography: 1 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 2189 Munro Wild Swans.doc
  • Price: US$71.60

6. 2461 Eating Away at Stereotypes: Margaret Atwood's The Edible Woman.

This paper discusses how The Edible Woman by Margaret Atwood explores and exposes cultural clichTs and stereotypes. 5.5 pgs. 5 f/c. 3b.
  • Pages: 5.5
  • Bibliography: 3 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 2461 Edible Woman.doc
  • Price: US$49.22

7. 2462 Dazed and Confused: Gender ambivalence in Margaret Atwood's The Edible Woman.

4 pgs. 5 f/c. 3b.
  • Pages: 4
  • Bibliography: 3 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 2462 Gender Ambivalence.doc
  • Price: US$35.80

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