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In the twentieth century there was a general reassessment of the literary canon, including ...

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Apr 25, 2013 ... Whether one is aware of it, literary canons permeate society on many levels and have undoubtedly shaped everyone's world view. The term ...

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Though not related to field artillery, pieces in the 'literary canon' have made quite a bang over the years. Come learn more about this collection...

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The "Canon" of English Literature. Canon: n., from the Latin canon or "rule." Originally, an ecclesiastical code of law or standard of judgment, later any standard ...

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Jun 15, 2017 ... This is not so much a class, but a guide to the major works of the evolving literary canon. This canon is not modeled off of one particular literary ...

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Definition, Usage and a list of Canon Examples in literature. Canon is a collection of writings by one author, or a style of classical writing.

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You may be wondering what is meant by the term "literary canon." Consider, then , the following definitions for "canon" that appear in the American Heritage ...

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Canon is also defined as "the books of the Bible officially recognized by the Church," and the idea of a literary canon also implies some such official status.

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Canon. Definition: Any Shmoop scholar worth his or her salt knows all about the western literary canon. The canon is a tacitly agreed upon collection of literary ...

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Cannon contains mainly literary works by authors who are accepted as an authority in their field and their writings constitute a serious body of literature. A literary ...