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KCI등재후보 학술저널

캐나다 프랑스계 소설의 연대기적 고찰

A Chronological Study on Canadian Novel written in French

From the colonial period in Acadia, francophone writings widely spread across Canada. Adventure stories with romantic overtone-s prevailed and largely inspired patriotism. The Quiet Revolution and the referendum on the independence of Quebec opened up new mode-s of creative writings to novelists. Shifts in the literary imagination in the French Canadian novel owe much to the spiritual quests for the identity of the French. The literature of Canada’s francophone communities have more than one trait in common with the development of Québécois literature. No single characteristic encapsulates the diversity and variety of the French language fictional prose. The coastal landscapes of British Columbia, novels of the land in New Brunswick, and other local imaginative writings show local colors through the diversity of lexis and the plurality of narratives. Québécois literature and the imaginary writings of other French Canadian literature have been obsessed with linguistic and cultural survival and are preoccupied with identity. Québécois and francophone Canadian novels show historical memories, reaffirm or dismantle distinctive identities, valorize linguistic differences, and demonstrate(no s) the dynamic life patterns of French language culture in Canada.

Abstract

Ⅰ. 서론

Ⅱ. 프랑스계 캐나다 문학 연구의 시발점

Ⅲ. 프랑스계 캐나다 소설의 기원

Ⅳ. 지역 소설과 도시 소설

Ⅴ. 조용한 혁명기 이후의 소설가들

Ⅵ. 국민투표 이후의 소설들

Ⅶ. 매니토바, 온다리오와 서쪽 주들의 문학

Ⅷ. 결론 및 제언

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