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Classic English Literature

Wacousta by John Richardson
Tay John by Howard O’Hagan

Unit 2
Where Nests The Water Hen by Gabrielle Roy
Who Has Seen the Wind by W.O. Mitchell
Thirty Acres by Ringuet
As For Me and My House by Sinclair Ross

The Literature covered in units 1 & 2 are as follows:

Unit 1: Frontier Experiences

In this unit, students will study works that have arisen out of or depict frontier experiences in Canada from colonial times to the twentieth century. Works include short prose pieces, a small selection of poetry, and two novels.

Unit 2: The Developing Canadian Community

Unit 2 works through four novels that portray life in rural and small town communities across Canada. The major emphasis is on works set in the west.

Choose one of the following topics. Be sure that your essay has a thesis―that is, a critical approach to the topic―and that the thesis is supported by specific references to the applicable literature.

Religion and education are two central and formative features of community life in Canada. Choose one of these topics and analyze its impact on the central characters of two novels in the course.
In the view of some critics of literature, the single most important technical choice a writer of fiction makes is that of narrative point of view. In a comparative essay, analyze the consequences of the narrative point of view in two novels in the course. You might consider the effects of point of view on such elements as structure, theme, plot, characterization, and atmosphere.
A writer of fiction can choose to use setting either as a relatively inconsequential backdrop for a novel or short story, or as a major determinant of character and plot. Choose two works of fiction and, in a comparative essay, analyze the use of setting, discussing its function (role and significance) in each work.
In a comparative essay, analyze the relationship between civilization and wilderness in two or more works.
Although the primary character in a work supplies the central consciousness, often a secondary character assumes an important role. Compare and contrast the function (role and significance) of at least one secondary character in two or more works studied in the course.
The frontier mentality has played a significant role in the history and culture of Canada. In a comparative essay, analyze the function (role and significance) of the frontier mentality in at least two works studied in the course. Include a clear and concise definition or description of frontier mentality in your discussion.

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