Course Description

This course presents Quebec and French-Canadian literature from the 1970s until present-day. Students will consider the aesthetic originality, the critical reception and socio-historical context of representative works by authors such as Normand Chaurette, Marie Laberge, Jean-Marc Dalpé, Daniel Poliquin, Nancy Huston, Dany Laferrière and Robert Lepage. Topics include the Francophone diaspora in Canada, minority and immigrant literatures, exile and marginalization, and autobiographical writing.


Prerequisite: CFRE 601 or placement test required (www.torontomu.ca/llc)

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