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About Canadian Literature
What classifies literature as Canadian? What distinguishes Canadian literature from other sub-genres? Read on to see what Canadian literature is all about.

African Lit - The Folklore
A look at the African folklore, a part of oral literature in Africa that were made up of wildly entertaining tales, also meant to be highly educational and disciplinary as well.

African Literature - An Introduction
A look at the beginnings of African literature from the time it was first recognized and acknowledged, to its gradual development, including mentions of well known authors of the sub-genre.

Afterlife - A Review
S. P. Cloward's Afterlife is a gripping and exciting novel about Wesley Lohmann, a human who accidentally dies, but doesn't really 'die' in the true sense. In this article we get a little sneak peek of what this riveting novel has in store for avid readers.

An Ordinary Woman - A Review
Donna Hill's An Ordinary Woman is a great literary read involving three main characters that are weak, yet strong in so many ways. Hill's masterpiece reveals literature at its very best!

Archie's Daughter - A Review
Jane Seaford's Archie's Daughter is a very touching story about Sally and her quest to find out the truth about what happened to her mother, who had 'gone away' when she was very young. A touching and inspiring novel about mental illness and depression, and how it affects loved ones.

Author Interview - Paige Dearth
A one-on-one with the author of Believe Like A Child, Paige Dearth, as we discuss and delve more into the themes behind her book; she gives answers to questions that so many of us readers have had while reading, and having finished, the novel.

Benefits of Reading Literature
For a lot of people, reading is always a welcoming distraction from the real world; a world of possibilities, where we are allowed to make our own conclusions without being judged. This article covers most of the benefits of what reading can do for the average reader.

Best First Liners in Literary Fiction
How often do you read the first few lines of a novel that's so puzzling and out of line that you find yourself thinking really hard? Read on to find out more!

Bittersweet Dreams - A Review
Mayfair Cummings is young, beautiful, and brilliant. But her intelligence makes her the outcast of both the private school she attends and the broken family she hopes to salvage. Read on for the full review.

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