She unites the concepts of socio-political issues, gender differences, cultural, feminism and reflects them as a Canadian. Reingard Nischik draws attention to this multifarious Atwoodian voice and applauds: “her interest in power structures, gender difference and gender politics, human rights questions, the formation, reconstruction and representation of identity… her often playful subversion of clichés, conventions … as well as her writing/revision of received stories such as fairy tales and her revisionist mythmaking…the multiplicity of perspectives in her works” (2000:5). Multiple culture is followed in various regions of Canada, as Canada is the place for immigrants from different parts of the world and the society becomes multicultural. Excessive and multiple practices of culture
Throughout the many years of negotiations and debates, Canada has been formed into the country we know it as today. The events that have taken place in the past, have played a significant role on the way our society is today. After many years, Confederation brought the colonies of British North America together and united them into one nation to form Canada. Throughout the 1900s, Canada won independence, turning the colony into a dominion, and gave the country an image of achievement and national unity. The Railways played a huge role in industrialization and tied the colonies together.
Now I’d like to tell you about Multicultural Traditions in Canada. Canada is the country where going is cultivated near different cultures as parts of one mosaic. Politics of Multiculturalism started in Canada in one thousand nine hundred and seventy. Almost at once Canada ran into a cultural variety. After mass appearance in Canada people from England, people from France traditions and cultures started mix with each other.
Moreover, Yousafzai explains how Canada has taken the initiative to acknowledge problems in the world and, taken action to create positive change. By developing the idea that Canada is a nation that stands together, Yousafzai is able to lead into her supporting points on the current crisis over female education and how Canada can become leaders in her
Bruce Hutchison, a Canadian journalist, noted Canada gaining independence and strength when he commented, “Canada entered World War I as a colony and came out a nation”. Therefore, the country that once thought of itself as a minor player on the world stage, emerged as a more defined country with a stronger
Literature may be classified according to a variety of systems, including language, national origin, historical period, genre and subject matter. Canadian literature was the mirror of life and it reflects the society around it along with its part of the Indo- Canadian literature has been strongly influenced by international immigration particularly in recent decades. Indo- Canadian generally have in Canada with regards to the idea of multiculturalism and their position as a diasporic community apparently interface between the two nations was occurring not only politically and economically but also in literature, specifically diasporas narratives that were creative and imaginative
Railroads helped the economy grow for obvious reasons such as transportation for many goods. Also, due to the creation of railroads, goods such as telephones, film photography, cameras, and lights were created. 6. War of 1812 (521-522) The War of 1812 was started by the US to Britain in vengeance of trespassing on the US’s entitlements during the Napoleonic war, and Canada established a major line of the strife. Unlike other wars, the War of 1812 helped unite Canada.
Post-Reflection 1) What did I learn from this assignment? From reading Chelsey Vowel's novel, I learned plenty about myself as an Indigenous person living in "Canada". The greatest thing I took away from this assignment is that I need to embrace my Indigenous culture more and be proud to be who I am. There has been movement on how the citizens of "Canada" view Indigenous people, but at times I am still hesitant to identify as an Indigenous person. When discussing with my group during the book club I realized that there are still some people who have narrow views of these people.
I am practically industrious..but besides this there is a love for the marvellous...which hurries me out of the common pathways of men, even to the wild sea and united regions I 'm about to explore” (Shelley 7). Walton does not want to end his journey, despite the severe life-threatening consequences. Like Frankenstein, Captain Walton shares the common thirst for knowledge and recognition. In his earlier childhood, Uncle Thomas’ library gave Walton the stepping stone of pursuing and learning about the life of an adventurer. His ambition to learn about the life of an adventurer and the recognition that can be achieved ultimately causes Walton to endanger his life and others in the Arctic Expedition.
African-American literature is another literature which is produced in the United States by writers of African descent. Not only these two but many kinds of literatures like Australian Literature, African literature, Canadian literature, Caribbean literature, Comparative literature etc., have achieved their place in the list of famous literature in the world. People have gained knowledge and have attained a responsibility on producing literature that talks about their own country, language, its culture, its customs, its beliefs and above all that, about its history and roots. Among all these literature, the one literature that has made an immense effort to gain its prominence is Canadian literature. This literature has worked so hard to influence the society as well as the world and also to make the country proud.