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This first comprehensive anthology of ethnic and aboriginal writing in Canada offers a wide range of writing styles in fiction and poetry, with a focus on Native and immigrant experiences, ethnic ancestry, and the complex spectrum of cultural differences. It begins with the first ethnic authors who wrote ethnic literature in English, and includes established and new voices that have made a difference to our understanding of Canadian identity.
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Smaro Kamboureli is at University of Victoria.Review:
"Anyone seeking to define "Canadian culture" will find a good starting point in this anthology." Saskatoon Star-Phoenix
"This paperback original is a valuable guide to the chorus of voices contributing to Canada's song..." Halifax Daily News
"...the consistently high quality of the stories and poems, and Kamboureli's provocative essay, make for an entertaining, engaging read." Maclean's
"Making a difference succeeds largely because of its insightful discussion (a page or two before each entry) of ita authors' takes on multiculturalism and Canadian society as a whole." Vancouver Sun
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