Examining Literature in Grade 12

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This exposition will demonstrate that graduating students in Ontario ought to just study Canadian literature in a Grade 12 English course. While great writers exist in all societies, Ontario students ought to just study Canadian authors. Since we have to get more acquainted with our writing. Three explanations behind this are; the need to concentrate on our own Canadian society regardless of being encompassed by different societies, the need to advertise and create our scholars, and the need to empower more youthful Canadian authors. Students in Ontario taking English ought to just study Canadian literature in light of the fact that we are totally overwhelmed by the American society around us. This is a Canadian custom in light of the fact that we have dependably been an "extension plant" of an alternate nation beginning with England and France implying that our society has never had the opportunity to progress since we have dependably been under the thumb of an all the more capable outside society. Along these lines, for a considerable length of time, students in Ontario study about Shakespeare and other British journalists: today they might likewise mull over American authors, for example, Fitzgerald. In any case numerous schools confine a student’s exposure to the Canadian novel to ISP reading lists. In this sense, “Canada is America’s attic” [1] in which we have put away American and British literature without recognizing our own. No big surprise a Canadian student has issues, acknowledging there society. Regularly what Canadian literature is mulled over is exceptionally old. This incorporates works, for example, Mordecai's Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz or Lawrence’s Stone Angel. Fifth Business, which was distributed in ... ... middle of paper ... ...ic Guide to Canadian Literature. McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1972. Davies, Robertson. Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada. (Series IV, Volume XIII). “Canadian Nationalism in Arts and Science.” The Royal Society of Canada, Ottawa: 1975. Works Cited Endnotes 1 Letters in Canada p. 426 Robertson Davies 2 Robertson Davies, “Canadian Nationalism in Arts and Science”, Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada (Series IV, Volume XlII, 1975), p. 35 3 Margaret Atwood, Survival, 18, 1972. Works Cited Robertson Davies. Letters in Canada. MacMillan Press, Toronto, 1979. Margaret Atwood. Survival: A Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature. McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1972. Davies, Robertson. Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada. (Series IV, Volume XIII). “Canadian Nationalism in Arts and Science.” The Royal Society of Canada, Ottawa: 1975.
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