Canadian Wonder Tales

Cyrus Macmillan

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Canadian Wonder Tales

Concerned about the disappearance of the traditions and tales of Canada, Cyrus Macmillan published in 1918 this collection of folktales. Gathered in various parts of the country, they depict a romanticized idea of Canada and are mainly comprised of Native stories.

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Creation date: 2016-08-17

282 Pages

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