Racial Attitudes in English-Canadian Fiction, 1905-1980

Racial Attitudes in English-Canadian Fiction, 1905-1980

eBook - 1987
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Racial Attitudes in English-Canadian Fiction is a critical overview of the appearances and consequences of racism in English-Canadian fiction published between 1905 and 1980. Based on an analysis of traditional expressions in literature of group solidarity and resentment, the study screens English-Canadian novels for fictional representations of such feelings. Beginning with the English-Canadian reaction to the mass influx of immigrants into Western Canada after World War One, it examines the fiction of novelists such as Ralph Connor and Nellie McClung. The author then suggests that the cum.
Publisher: Waterloo, Ont. : Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Ă1987
ISBN: 9780889208483
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xii, 163 pages)


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