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About Canadian Literature
What classifies literature as Canadian? What distinguishes it from other sub-genres?
Canadian literature is indeed a sub-genre in literature that is focused on Canadian life, its culture, or rather, its multiculturalism, and the issues that plague the Canadian society as a whole. It isn't tagged Canadian literature simply because it's written by Canadian authors; rather, it's about the themes surrounding the works. Read on to know more about Canadian literature:
QUOTE FOR THE WEEK
"Go where you are celebrated - not tolerated. If they can't see the real value of you, it's time for a new start."
January 27 - D. M. Thomas
January 28 - John Perkins
January 30 - Lloyd Alexander
January 31 - Zane Grey
January 31 - John Henry O'Hara
February 1 - Langston Hughes
February 2 - Ayn Rand
February 2 - James Joyce
February 3 - James A. Michener
EDITOR RANDOM FUN ACTIVITY
Find a book club to join this week (if you're not already a member of one). Whether at your local library, other meeting places, or virtually, books clubs offer great opportunities to meet new, like-minded people that share your love for your favorite books and genre. You might think you probably wouldn't find the time for it, but nevertheless try to locate one, attend one meeting, see if you're up for it. If you're not, you can always leave and not go back...or you can stay and start on a new journey and experience that could change your perspective about a lot of things. Let's do it. This week.
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