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Morley Callaghan : A 6 page paper discussing the works of this Canadian author.
The writer specifically describes Callaghan's inclusion of his own spirituality within his
works. Bibliography cites 7 sources. Calhan.wps
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Papers and Essays
Thomas Kings "Medicine River" :
A 5 page paper that considers the theme of the missing father within this particular work.
The writer argues in favor of the notion that Will's missing father significantly shaped
the development of other relationships in the novel. No additional sources cited. Tking.wps
Alice Munro's "Eskimo" : A 3 page essay on
Munro's "Eskimo." The writer focuses upon key aspects of the characters' inner
lives and details their overall impact on the reader. No Bibliography. Munro.wps
The Loss of A Parent in M. Laurence and Alice Munro
: A 7 page paper on two short stories, "A Bird in the House" by Margaret
Laurence and "The Moons of Jupiter" by Alice Munro. Both stories deal with a
womans coming to terms with the loss of her father. The paper concludes that the
healthy individual needs to find a "healing myth" to achieve peace in the face
of such a loss; Laurences protagonist does not find one, but Munros does. No
additional sources cited. Munro.wps
A Bird in the House : This is a 5 page paper
that examines two of the short stories in the collection "The Bird in the House"
in reference to their similarities and specifically focusing on the development of the
storyline and the role the conclusion to these two stories play in that development.
Bibliography lists 1 source. Birdhous.wps
Joy Kogawa's "Obasan" : A 4 page paper that
considers the element of foreshadowing within one early incident in the novel and
demonstrates why this foreshadowing was important in terms of the message of the work.
Bibliography lists no additional sources. Obasan.wps *Japanese - Canadian
Joy Kogawa's "Obasan" # 2 : A 4 page
paper that reflects on the different classifications of Japanese Canadians suggested in
Kogawa's book and considers the events that occurred in terms of these classifications.
Bibliography lists no additional sources. Obasan2.wps *Japanese - Canadian
Ancestry in the Work of Three Canadian Poets : A
5 page paper looking at the work of Miriam Waddington, Irving Layton, and A.M. Klein. The
paper observes that these three poets look at their own lives through the lens of their
distinctively Jewish-Canadian heritage, and share the belief that their particular
identity is reflected in the ancestry of their people. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Canpoets.wps
Ondaatjes Immigrants / Part Of A Mural : A 5
page look at the novel In The Skin of a Lion by Canadian author/poet Michael
Ondaatje. The paper demonstrates how the immigrant characters are represented by the
"alien" quality of another outsider, the protagonist Patrick Lewis. Bibliography
lists 6 sources. Ondaat.wps
Farley Mowats "Never Cry Wolf" : This 5 page essay discusses Farley Mowats book, published in
1963, and based on an official survey by the Canadian Wildlife Service that was designed
to study the impact of on the caribou population through a close study of their lives. The
book underscores the fact that humans can only gain knowledge and awareness of nature by
living as an intimate part of the environment. Bibliography lists 1 source. Dontwolf.wps
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