Focusing on Chariandy’s book and Lee Maracle’s short story “Goodbye Snauq,” develop an argument about what literary devices, techniques, and language are used in both texts to read the landscape.

In David Chariandy’s I’ve Been Meaning To Tell You, during a trip to Germany, the narrator notes, “I had failed to read the landscape” (94).

Focusing on Chariandy’s book and Lee Maracle’s short story “Goodbye Snauq,” develop an argument about what literary devices, techniques, and language are used in both texts to “read the landscape.”

You may want to focus on the section of Chariandy’s text that discusses False Creek/Snauq as a way to draw connections between the two works

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