The Ontario Protestant Novel

Thompson, Elizabeth; Mauguière, Bénédicte
January 1998
Cultural Identities in Canadian Literature/ Identités Culturell;1998, p183
Book Chapter
An essay from the book "Cultural Identities in Canadian Literature" is presented. It explores the Protestant novel in Ontario during the nineteenth- and twentieth-centuries. This genre captures both religious ideas and fictional themes. It is represented by W. H. Withrow's "Barbara Heck," Mack Cloie's "The Old Orchard," E. Ryerson Young's "Duck Lake," Hugh Pedley's "Looking Forward" and Susanna Moodie's "Roughing It in the Bush."


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