The Canon of Dutch Literature comprises a list of 1000 works of Dutch Literature
culturally important to the ...
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...
Definition, Usage and a list of Canon Examples in literature. Originated from a
Greek term "kanon", canon means "a yard stick" or "a measuring rod."
The term "literary canon" refers to a classification of literature. It is a term used
widely to refer to a group of literary works that are considered the most important
Books shelved as literary-canon: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Pride and
Prejudice by Jane Austen, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, The Great Gatsby...
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 ...
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
Dec 14, 2015 ... 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 ...
The concept of a 'literary canon' is one that frequently arises, particularly in the
context of discussions about the place of literature in national or federal ...
In American literature, a canon refers to a collection of published works that
scholars consider to be most influential in the country's culture. The term often ...