When Alice Munro won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2013, she not only brought attention to her life's work but also to the genre she encapsulates. Southern Ontario Gothic is alive and well in authors such as Munro, Margaret Atwood, Jane Urquhart and classic greats such as Robertson Davies and Marian Engel. The Agenda explores how Southern Ontario Gothic evolved and how it reflects the darker side of Ontario society, past and present.
Episode:
Ontario Writers Go Goth
Aired:
Jun 03, 2015
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