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Granta 141


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ISBN: 9781909889101
format: Trade paperback
series: The Magazine of New Writing # 141
pages: 256
publisher: Granta Publications
pub. date: 2017-11-09

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In this special issue of Granta, we celebrate the diversity of social, political and literary life in Canada. Edited by Catherine Leroux and Madeleine Thien This special issue unravels the idea of Canada, a young nation settled on land that carries 14,000 years of Indigenous history. From its global cities to the Arctic Circle, from the ongoing story of Indigenous civil rights movements to the state of languages under pressure, the writers in Granta 141 upend the ways we imagine land, reconciliation, truth and belonging, revealing the histories of a nation's future. One hundred and fifty years after its confederation, Canada, spanning six time zones and a vast geography dramatically impacted by climate change, is embarking on a charged conversation to uncover what has been, and what begins.

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