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Wide Open Spaces: Favourite Prairie Fiction

The Canadian prairie exists in many different forms within literature. A sky that is wide open with possibility or bleakly oppressive; a landscape that is constantly or never changing; a land that belongs to different peoples in different ways. Canadian writers have examined the prairie in ways and styles, in different eras, and for different reasons. These are some of the best.

by Dee @ EditorialEyes · Tagged prairie, First Nations, settlers, literary