In Alistair MacLeod’s story, ‘The Boat’, a young narrator on the cusp of manhood is torn between following his dreams, of leaving the fishing community in which he was raised to pursue an education, and joining his father on his boat. His mother, of tough Cape Breton stock, is adamant he fulfil his duties and […]
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