Listen to an annotated reading of Mavis Gallant’s article “I Don’t Cry Any More,” and learn more about the first-hand experiences of displaced persons in Canada. While the Globe and other news outlets wrote about their arrival, Gallant had the prescience to check up on them 1-year later, documenting their experiences in Canada.
– “Displaced Persons: European refugees begin new lives in post-war Canada.” CBC, 2001, http://www.cbc.ca/history/EPISCONTENTSE1EP15CH3PA1LE.html
– “DPs and Their Bosses.” The Globe and Mail, 14 Oct. 1949, Proquest Historical Newspapers.
– “The Arrival of Displaced Persons in Canada, 1945-1951.” Government of Canada, 15 Feb. 2016, http://news.gc.ca/web/article-en.do?nid=1033499
– “100 Domestics Arriving Halifax are Allocated to Institutions.” The Globe and Mail, 3 Oct. 1947. Proquest Historical Newspapers.