To create awareness about Canadian culture and literary imagination; to make the students familiar with the unique aspects of Canadian literature; to develop in them a deep interest in the subtle thematic and technical experimentations in Canadian literature.
Introduction to Canadian.
Literature - Prose, Poetry, Drama, Fiction.
Poetry [All Detailed].
Daniel David Moses "The Persistence of Songs".
Eli Mandel "The Mad Women of the Plaza De Mayo".
Margaret Atwood “Journey to the Interior”.
Clare Harris “Framed”.
Lakshmi Gill "Letter to a Prospective Immigrant”.
George Ryga: "The Ecstasy of Rita Joe".
Prose Northrop Frye: "Conclusion to A Literary History of Canada" [Non-Detailed].
Fiction [All Non-Detailed].
Sinclair Ross. "As for Me and My House".
Gabrielle Roy. "Enchantment and Sorrow".