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The letters also can be placed within the broader context of Canadian literary production, reader responses to that literature, and the creation of a national community of readers. ”69 In turn, through her correspondence and in her invitations to visit her classes at Aberdeen School, Cowie attempted to forge ongoing connections with Canadian literary figures, positioning herself as a reader shaped by nationalist interests. Her assertion that Canadian literature was important in the lives of her students textually constructed a classroom community of readers whose reading practices reinforced their particular identity as Canadians.
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