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Topic 71A: Canadian and Québec studies (new version)

  1. Northrop Frye's Literary and Cultural Theories (“Polemical Introduction” in Anatomy of Criticism; The Great Code or The Double Vision)
  2. The Mass Media and the Theories of Marshall McLuhan (Marshall McLuhan, “Sight, Sound and the Fury”; Understanding Media)
  3. Survey of Canadian Poetry — Major Trends and Poets (based on the selection in Gótika a vadonban, 1983)
  4. Canada's Political System (Parliament and Political Parties)
  5. The French Regime (1534–1763)
  6. The English Regime; Immigration History of Canada
  7. Quebec Fiction in English (Gabrielle Roy, The Tin Flute; Louis Hémon, Maria Chapdelaine)
  8. Immigrant Fiction (John Marlyn, Under the Ribs of Death; Martha Ostenso, Wild Geese)
  9. Regionalism in Canadian Fiction (Stephen Leacock, Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town, Hugh MacLennan, Barometer Rising; Jack Hodgins, “The Trench Dwellers”
  10. Fiction of 20th Century Women Writers — Short Stories (Margaret Atwood, “The Man from Mars”; Margaret Laurence, A Bird in the House)
  11. Multiculturalism in Canada (Miriam Waddington, Halloween Party, Mordecai Richler: The Street, Gabrielle Roy, “Ely! Ely! Ely!”)
  12. Canada in the World (Foreign Policy in a Historical Perspective)

Bibliography: see the one attached to the old topics.


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