"The Jade Peony"
A victim could be described as a person cheated, injured, or even fooled by circumstances. Yet it seems that the idea of victimization has become a symbol of Canada for Canadian authors. Margaret Atwood explains in, "The Victim Theory," that in most instances of literature, the central theme is "bare survival in the face of 'hostile' elements"(Atwood, "The Victim Theory" 77) Hence, for the French Canadians after the English took over, "it became cultural survival, hanging on as people, retaining a religion and a language under an alien government"(Atwood 77). Unlike the style of the Americ…
E-pasta adrese, uz kuru nosūtīt darba saiti:
Saite uz darbu: