West of Eden: Essays on Canadian Prairie Literature



These 17 Essays Ponder The Character Of Prairie Literature What Is Prairie Literature Now, What Has It Been, And What Is Its Future That The Prairies Are West Of Eden Is An Idea Only, And A Somewhat Mischievous One Is This Spot Distant From The Glory Of The Garden Writers Have Often Pondered The Ambiguous Sanctity Of The Prairies, While Those Who Recruited Settlers Certainly Exploited The Notion These Varied Essays Engage With Margaret Laurence, Rudy Wiebe, And Neil Young They Present Analysis Of NFB Films And The Gopher As Icon Here Are Strategies For Teaching And Views Of The Canadian Prairies From Abroad This Is A Significant Collection Of Fresh Views Of Prairie Literature.West of Eden: Essays on Canadian Prairie Literature

Born in Saskatchewan, Sue Sorensen was educated at the University of Regina and the University of British Columbia Her doctoral dissertation was on British novelist A.S Byatt She is the editor of West of Eden Essays on Canadian Prairie Literature 2008 , as well as the author of articles on authors such as Henry James, Ian McEwan, Guy Vanderhaeghe, and Winnipeg rocker John K Samson Her inter

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • West of Eden: Essays on Canadian Prairie Literature
  • Sue Sorensen
  • English
  • 21 October 2017
  • 9780920718810

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