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CVEC-6258

Exploring Canadian Short Stories

The short story continues to be a thriving genre in Canadian Literature, particularly since the mid-twentieth century. This discussion-based course will explore a number of seminal Canadian short stories by writers from across the country, with a particular emphasis on the short fiction of Alice Munro - the Nobel prize winning Canadian writer who has been referred to as "our Chekov." Come prepared to share your thoughts and impressions on each week's assigned piece(s) of short fiction.

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