Adopting Culture in Jean Little’s From Anna


  • S. Srimathi Ph. D Scholar, Department of English, Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India


Education is a system of cultural revamp. It can provide knowledge as well as endues new thoughts and attitudes among the young. Culture exploits an important part in the life of a person. It influences education, in the same way education also influences culture of a country. It is the spirit of a society, without which a society is set to decay. Education nurtures the persistence of culture through its distinct activities and programmes. Thus, education and culture are interdependent and reciprocal to each other. In Jean Little’s novels, she explores the life of Canadian people and their culture values. The protagonist Anna Solden, a visually impaired child adopts the culture of Canada from Germany in a light way. The proposed paper title, “Adopting culture in Jean Little’s From Anna” with reference to Anna’s livelihood, deals with the changes of culture and language.


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Srimathi, S. (2018). Adopting Culture in Jean Little’s From Anna. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH , 6(12), 6. Retrieved from