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School Price: $101.95

540 pp.
50 colour photos and fine art, 8.5" x 10"


Publication date:
May 2001

Imprint: OUP Canada

Echoes 11

Literature, Media, and Non-Fiction

Francine Artichuk
Diana Knight, Graham Foster, Liz Orme, Kevin Reed, and others

Echoes 11: Fiction, Media and Non-Fiction is a full-colour multi-genre anthology designed for students in Grade 11 English. This anthology offers high-quality fiction, non-fiction and media, organized by both genre and theme, and written by highly-acclaimed Canadian and international writers. Each of the 7 units provides a wide variety of selections reflecting different forms and styles in the genre, and an engaging range of themes and topics.

Readership : Grade 11 students at both the academic (university preparation) and applied (college preparation) levels across Canada in English Language Arts.

1. Poetry
2. Drama
3. Short Fiction
4. Personal Writing
5. Essays
6. Non-Fiction
7. Media

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Echoes 12 - Francine Artichuk
Susanne Barcley, Diana Knight, Wouter Boeresma, Liz Orme, and others

Special Features

  • Huge variety of high-quality selections
  • Over one hundred fiction, non-fiction, and media selections, both contemporary and classic
  • Canadian and international authors such as: Pablo Neruda; Dorothy Livesay; Margaret Atwood; Seamus Heaney; Thomas King; Eric Clapton; Maya Angelou; Isabel Allende; Alistair MacLeod; David French; Anita Rau Badami; Nelson Mandela; Douglas Coupland; and Emily Dickinson
  • Flexible structure supports different classroom needs
  • Seven units organized by genre: Poetry; Drama; Personal Writing; Non-Fiction; Short Fiction; Media; and Essays
  • Alternate thematic table of contents lists selections under thirteen major themes including: Human Conflict and Struggle; The Wonder of the Ordinary; Humans and Nature; Passions; Politics and Human Rights; Recovering the Past; Humour and Satire; Inspirations; Creativity and The Power of Art; Journeys and Adventure; Exploring Cultural Identity; Life's Learning; and Personal and Social Relationships
  • Within each genre unit, special "Echoes" features draw together selections from various genres, media, time periods
  • Students learn to make connections across time and genre, and understand different artistic responses to timeless questions