Invention of Canada

An in depth study of the Canadian reality as perceived through the works of modern immigrant writers, including Henry Kreisel, Ved Devajee Reshard Gool , Austin Carke, Ethel Wilson, Brian Moore, John Marlyn, Gabriel Szohner, Jan Drabek, Stephen Gill, Stephen Vizinczey The Invention of Canada is a well researched introduction to the theory and practice of writing ThereAn in depth study of the Canadian reality as perceived through the works of modern immigrant writers, including Henry Kreisel, Ved Devajee Reshard Gool , Austin Carke, Ethel Wilson, Brian Moore, John Marlyn, Gabriel Szohner, Jan Drabek, Stephen Gill, Stephen Vizinczey The Invention of Canada is a well researched introduction to the theory and practice of writing There is an effortless fluidity of style which makes the book a pleasure to read It is a powerful base from which to construct the argument for a Canadian imagination which displays the perils and strengths of an alternative tradition to that dominated by Frye, Atwood, Dennis Lee and the Toronto school Ioan DaviesThis book is a valuable contribution to Canadian critical theory Itwaru s rigorous analysis of the ideological subtexts of the novels of post World War II immigrant writers upsets the proprietites of Canadian criticism, which has consistently aovided commenting on thematizations of racism, explotation, hegemony, and unequal distribution of power Arun Mukherjee
Invention of Canada An in depth study of the Canadian reality as perceived through the works of modern immigrant writers including Henry Kreisel Ved Devajee Reshard Gool Austin Carke Ethel Wilson Brian Moore John

  • Title: Invention of Canada
  • Author: Arnold Itwaru
  • ISBN: 9780920661130
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
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