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Thinking Critically by Using Narration    79

Reading and Writing Narrative Essays    80

Student Essay: Narration at Work    84

Some Final Thoughts on Narration    86

Narration in Review    87

ALLEN ABEL A Home at the End of the Journey    89

What does it mean to be a Canadian? Allen Abel takes the reader to his Oath of Citizenship ceremony.

STEVEN HEIGHTON Elegy in Stone    95

The author, a poet, short-story writer, and novelist, recounts the moving experience of visiting Vimy Ridge. Heighton’s visit leads to reflections on Canada’s participation in WWI and the essential nature of Canada and Canadians.

MATT COHEN Zada’s Hanukkah Legacy    103

As an adult, Matt Cohen reflects back on Hanukkah celebrations with his grandparents and the important lessons he learned.

KAREN CONNELLY Touch the Dragon    112

In this travel memoir from her Governor General’s Award–winning book, Karen Connelly uses vivid descriptive details to recreate her arrival in Thailand.

ALISON WEARING Last Snowstorm    119

Best known for her book about travelling through Iran, in this essay travel writer Alison Wearing relates the story of taking her son on a visit to Montreal.

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