Canadians Are Not Americans: Myths and Literary Traditions




      Canadians Are Not Americans: Myths and Literary Traditions
A transplanted American, Katherine Morrison has long been fascinated with the attempts of Canadians to articulate how their culture differs from that of their southern neighbor Examining three hundred years of cultural traditions, Morrison takes the reader through the historical, political and sociological milieux of Canada and the United States Comparing mythologies, she examines national views of the past and the role of nature and images of place and home in literary writing Using specific works by recognized authors of their time, Morrison considers the role of religion and the church, violence and the law, and humor and satire Before concluding with a discussion of the tenacity of national myths, the book also explores the role of women, race and class in the literature of both countries This rigorous and thoughtful analysis provides new insights in the ongoing debate as to why we aren t like the Americans. Best Read Canadians Are Not Americans: Myths and Literary Traditions author Katherine Morrison For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Canadians Are Not Americans: Myths and Literary Traditions
  • Katherine Morrison
  • English
  • 24 November 2017
  • 1896764738

9 thoughts on “ Canadians Are Not Americans: Myths and Literary Traditions

  1. Hallie says:

    Would be a great place for half stars, this book was somewhere in the middle of ok and liking it Each chapter has an introductory section which gives an overview of different historical events in each country, comparing the two I wish those sections were the basis for the whole book The title says Myths and Literary Traditions but I wantedof the history of less of the literature review If anything else is out there that does a better job comparing the history of Canada and America, Would be a great...

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