Assessing Canada's Mind In The 1920s

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PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORT CANADA ON THE COUCH: Assessing Canada's Mind in the 1920s Name: Hockey Canada Age: 61 Birthdate: July 1st , 1867 Test Date: July 1st , 1928 Profession: Politician Examiner: Lily Gan REFERRAL QUESTION: Mr. Canada is a 61-year-old politician. To my understanding, it is essential to evaluate his relationships with his mother-the Great Britain, his slightly older neighbour and more rebellious brother-the United States, and himself in the 1920s. With these analyses and negotiations, he could gain better understanding of himself and become a healthier individual figure for the sake of his own future. Assessment: Interview with: Mr. Canada: 1/7/1928: His relationship with his mother Mr. Canada’s relationship…show more content…
Canada tried hard to take the best possible of it. The expansion of entertainment was huge when it comes to life of Mr. Canada. Mr. Canada was surrounded by various types of entertainment, and some of them were marked as immoral, but in those times of decadency, entertainment was available to everyone. Mr. Canada listened to jazz gladly. While enjoying himself, Mr. Canada has also voiced his identity in the world of entertainment and other fields. In the field of arts, the 1920s’the Group of Seven spoke loudly for Mr. Canada’s outstanding personality with their landscape paintings in bold colours and thick brush strokes. Canadian writers and novelists were also making an impression in the world. Books such as Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town (Stephen Leacock) and the Anne of Green Gables chronicles (Lucy Maud Montgomery) were popular. Male and female Canadian athletes won several golds at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics. The Bluenose schooner won the hearts of Canadians by winning the International Fisherman’s Trophy 17 consecutive times (1921-1938). Hockey emerged as one of Canada’s favourite sports and pastimes – a popularity that soon spread to the United States. In medical field, Mr. Canada has also made a great contribution. In 1922, the Canadian doctors Frederick Banting and Charles Best injected a 14-year-old diabetic with insulin to control his blood sugar. Although not a cure, it has kept…show more content…
Canada should be proud of his achievements in his progress of gaining independence, but it is also important for him to realize there are some challenges ahead in the journey of constructing his own identity. He has to continue to make great effort to search and build up his unique identity by strengthening himself in every layer of his well-being such as political, economic, cultural aspects. As it comes to his relationships with his mother-Britain, his brother-the States, and himself in the future, Mr. Canada should never stop creating his own identity. Although he may never succeed in loosening complete ties with his mother, Mr. Canada needs a stable and secure life of freedom in future, with his own decisions and voices. Meanwhile, he also needs to keep his good relationship with his elder neighbor and try to stand firm and get the best of

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