canadian native people and short stories a native american - cree

Download CANADIAN NATIVE PEOPLE AND SHORT STORIES A NATIVE AMERICAN - CREE

If you can't read please download the document

Post on 05-Jan-2016

212 views

Category:

Documents

0 download

Embed Size (px)

TRANSCRIPT

  • CANADIAN NATIVE PEOPLE AND SHORT STORIES

  • A NATIVE AMERICAN - CREE

  • NATIVE AMERICANSTHE PEOPLEFIRST MENORIGINAL PEOPLECANADIAN INDIANNATIVEABORIGINAL

  • STEREOTYPESbows and arrowscampfirestepeesmusic (drums)medicine menponiespipes of peacechiefs

    buckskinwampumsbraidsspirits of animalspeyotegood huntersreligion

  • REALITY OF ABORIGINALSNative people and unemploymentSuicidesCrimeDiscriminationLow economic situationViolence

  • UNHIDING THE HIDDENby Robert Kroetch

    Survival itself is the Canadian apocalypse. The Canadian cannot die and therefore writes fiction. He longs to be destroyed by America; in his wrath at Americas failure he sets out to be the destroyer. It is his only hope.

  • W. P. KINSELLAWilliam Patrick Kinsella, OC, OBC (born May 25, 1935) is a Canadian novelist and short story writer who is well-known for his novel Shoeless Joe (1982) which was adapted into the movie Field of Dreams in 1989. His work has often concerned baseball, which is a significant part of all of his novels. His work also concerned Canada's First Nations and other Canadian issues.

  • REAL INDIANSSocial aspectStoryLanguageRelationshipsCharacterization

  • MARGARET LAURENCEBorn in Neepawa, Manitoba, Laurence was the daughter of solicitor Robert Wemyss and Verna Jean Simpson. Following the death of her mother when Laurence was four, Margaret Simpson, a maternal aunt, came to take care of the family. A year later, Simpson married her father and in 1933 they had a son, Robert. In 1935, Robert Wemyss Sr. died of pneumonia.

  • THE LOONSSocio-economic situationNatureAnimalsRelationshipsBoth are 1st person singular

Recommended

View more >