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[Canada Reads 2016] Shortlist + Panelists

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Canada Reads in a Nutshell:

For those not familiar with what Canada Reads is all about, it’s a moderated debate competition where panelists advocate a Canadian Literature (CanLit) they think Canada should read given a specific theme.

The theme for 2016 focuses on starting over — for migrants, immigrants and others whom are forced or choose to make transformative changes in their lives. (Paraphrased from CBC.)


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[Think Aloud] – #19 – “Dear Year 3000”

Think Aloud explores book-related discussions encompassing reading, writing, blogging, and perhaps newsworthy content. The focus is to push the boundaries, stretch the mind, and encourage dialogue within this community. Let’s all think out loud.

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Table Topic:
Dear Year 3000

Abstract:

20th century literature has marveled in timeless stories that have been enjoyed by generations. But which of those hold appeal a thousand years from now?


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