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posted 07 Feb 2006, 22:02 by Shryke, Candidate

The truly sad thing about this is that this is the way even canadians think about there own literature. We either don't produce much else, or the else we don't SEE what we produce other then this. I remember in English class back in High School, we were doing a unit on modernish (this century) Canadian Literature. Each of us picked and read a different book from a huge list of canadian authors. Right before each presentation, me and a few friends would try and guess what the book was about. I always went with "women in a small town dealing with issues". Sadly, I rarely lost. And even worse, school is where the majority of the populace gets exposed to books. Judging from what they give us, it's no wonder so few people I know from High School read. view post

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