30.363 Canadian Literature to 1990
This course examines Canadian novels, short stories, and poetry before 1990. Fiction could include stories by Gallant, Birdsell, and Mistry, as well as novels by Duncan, Set in Authority; Roy, Where Nests the Water Hen; Richler, St. Urbain’s Horseman; and Kroetsch, What the Crow Said. Poetry will consist of one or two books of poetry, possibly Cohen’s, Stranger Music; Atwood’s Selected Poems; or McFadden’s, Gypsy Guitar. Titles may change with little notice.
Prerequisite: 6 credit hours in first-year English literature courses or permission of instructor.
Cannot be held with 30.337.