Canadian literature despite being popular, not much help is available to understand it!
I tried very hard to find some homework help on Gabrielle Roy's Tin Flute.
If your concern is specifically The Tin Flute by Gabrielle Roy, eNotes does offer three study guide sources:
I think you are better off choosing a particular author for Canadian literature. Enotes does have many Canadian authors, but you have to look under the names or works themselves.
There is a Cambridge Companion to Canadian Literature out there... Cambridge publishes some nicely varied and representative anthologies.
Are you looking for literary criticism or study guides on any particular writers? Looking around online a bit, there seem to be some resources out there - not as many as are available for American literature - but we might need to get specific with our searches to find what you're looking for.
If your concern is specifically The Tin Flute by Gabrielle Roy, eNotes does offer three study guide sources:When you have a specific question about a Canadian author or title, you can send a message to any eNotes Staff person (Employee appears below the username) including me. We'll help you find and access what study help eNotes has available. We'll only ask that you go through proper policy channels and publicly post a Question or Discussion topic. Good? Let us know!
Thank you Ma'am for your kind help, but these llinks do not allow me full acess to the content and that means i need to upgrade my account. Couldn't there be any other way to get some help?
tried looking up some popular canadian poets'works on e-notes. Nothing helpful was found. I even tried looking under specific names' of authors.
What i meant was in comparison to american and australian literatur, the CanLit isn't that popular, even online. For example I tried very hard to find some homework help on Gabrielle Roy's Tin Flute. But didn't come across any expert study guides. Even the libraries here were of no help.