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Title: Open Country: Canadian Literature Since 1950
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Open Country: Canadian Literature Since 1950



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Business Communication. Home-Based Businesses. Books Dimensions:226 x 152 x 28 mm. Format of ebooks: PDF(Acrobat Reader) or Word version doc Document. Brief introduction of ebooks. Open Country Canadian Literature Since 1950. Provides an unparalleled view of Canada's literary evolution. It brings together poetry and fiction.

by Reginald Eyre Watters. Published 1959 by Toronto ., Oxford . in Toronto, London.

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Canadian literature (widely abbreviated as CanLit) is literature originating from Canada. Canadian writers have produced a variety of genres. Influences on Canadian writers are broad, both geographically and historically.

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Canadian literature is literature originating from Canada. Collectively it is often called CanLit. Some criticism of Canadian literature has focused on nationalistic and regional themes, although this is only a small portion of Canadian Literary criticism.