Reflecting on Canadian Literary Culture

A Blog by Janine Fleming for ENGL 470A

Hyperlinking Green Grass, Running Water (3.7)

Write a blog that hyper-links your research on the characters in GGRW according to the pages assigned to you. Be sure to…

The Coyote Pedagogy (3.5)

Coyote Pedagogy is a term sometimes used to describe King’s writing strategies (Margery Fee and Jane Flick). Discuss yourunderstanding of the…

Literature and Compromise (3.2)

In her article, “Green Grass, Running Water: Theorizing the World of the Novel,” Blanca Chester observes that “the conversation that…

The Power and Consequences of Editing (2.6)

Carlson writes: “Harry Robinson’s account of literacy being stolen from Coyote by his white twin conform to all the standard…

Finding Meaning in Stories (2.4)

In this lesson I say that our capacity for understanding or making meaningfulness from the first stories is seriously limited…

Home is about Freedom (2.3)

Make a list of the common shared assumptions, values and stories that you find. Post this list on your blog….

A “Clueyness” About Exclusion (2.2)

Write a short story (600 – 1000 words) that describes your sense of home; write about the values and the…

Story Time with Janine (1.5)

Your task is to take the story about how evil comes into the world, the story King tells about the…

Finding Common Ground (1.3)

Write a summary of three significant points that you find most interesting in the final chapter of If This is Your…

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Welcome to “Reflections on Canadian Literary Culture”. Although a Canadian from birth, I have not always been aware of the…

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