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School
University of Toronto St. George
Department
English
Course
ENG215H1
Professor
Sarah Caskey
Semester
Winter

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17/01/13 Eng215-Lecture 3  Coyote sticking nose: meddling/disrupt/dismantle hegemonic references the imperialistic culture  White-man stories: challenge assumption value they have  Framed tale: o Pg. 304: the start of Narrator telling coyote a story. “Tell me that story” o Pg. 306: “That coyote put its nose in my tea”  this story knowsit’sgoing o Pg 308: What happened to all the snow? We have to fix that! Why is coyote fixing things. Always the same reference of coyote sitting with nose in tea + calling on grandma/pa o Mixing elements of other possible stories o Pg. 304: You’re a wise grandmother, one line down man. Fluidity, balance.
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