Tag: Canada

Hugh Maclennan’s Two Solitudes Critical Analysis

Hugh Maclennan’s Two Solitudes Critical Analysis Two Solitudes creates much examining in two respects: first, it throws light on MacLennan’s lifestyle and fictional growth, and second, it comes to holders with the lifestyle and record of two terminology and spiritual areas in Canada. In all of his books, MacLennan tries to know what creates a Canada, but he […]

Two Solitudes Summary

Two Solitudes Summary Chapter 1-10 Chapter 1: Northwest of Montreal, through a valley always in sight of the low mountains of the Laurentian Shield, the Ottawa River flows out of Protestant Ontario in to Catholic Quebec. where is joins the St. Lawrence, farmland stretches in two narrow bands on both shores. But where the two […]