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Department
English
Course
ENG215H1
Professor
Sarah Caskey
Semester
Fall

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September 18: Thomas King-King subverts the traditional account of the discovery of Native aboriginals by Europeans • King is cautioning about the danger of one story and the risk of a critical misunderstanding • The types of literature that you read can have a lasting affect on they our perception • The single story and the dangers of a single story • Draw attention to that single story, view point, or perspective • Thomas King recreate the world and both narrative • Thomas King has said that, as a writer, he might be driven to "recreate the world." • Comment on excessive materialism; the need for balance, excessiveness and extreme • Respect for difference; not imposing onto another culture • Coyote is both good and bad; can't be fixed in terms of good and bad • the mischief of coyote exceeds • King does not identify what the mistake
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