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People of the Deer Summary

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  • 7 Literature Criticism

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Essays & Analysis (7)

780 words, approx. 3 pages
Critical Essay by Albert Hubbell ["People of the Deer"] is a book about the inland Eskimos of the Barrens—the half-million square miles of plains, lakes, and low hills west of Hud... Read more
340 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by Walter O'hearn Canada's angriest young man is Farley Mowat, who writes out of a desperate concern for the vanishing Eskimo…. Mr. Mowat has told some of [the Ihal... Read more
273 words, approx. 1 pages
Critical Essay by T. Morris Longstreth ["People of the Deer"] issues from [Mowat's] fondness for these People of the Deer and from his concern over their plight. Between these cov... Read more
272 words, approx. 1 pages
Critical Essay by Clifford Wilson A very long review would be needed to point out all the errors and misleading statements in [People of the Deer, a] well-written and plausible book, and to document t... Read more
351 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by The Times Literary Supplement [People of the Deer] describes what has happened to the deer and the people since the white man began to trade in the Arctic…. It is at once a co... Read more
716 words, approx. 3 pages
Critical Essay by Scott Young A literary battle without modern parallel in Canada has been banging and crashing just below the horizon for the last few months. The fight is over the book called ... Read more
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Critical Essay by A. E. Porsild In his recent article: "Storm over the Arctic" [see excerpt above], Mr. Young imputes certain rather farfetched motives for my review of Farley Mowat�... Read more
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