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  • Contributors

D.M.R. Bentley
Distinguished University Professor and Carl F. Klinck Professor in Canadian Literature, University of Western Ontario
The Confederation Group of Canadian Poets, 1880–1897 (2004); ‘(Dis)Continuities: Arthur’s Tomb, Modern Painters, and Morris’s Early Wallpaper Designs,’ Writing on the Image: Reading William Morris, ed. David Latham (2006); ‘Making an Unfrequented Path of Art His Own: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Paintings in the Aesthetic Mode’ Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies (2008)

Kiley Kapuscinski
Sessional adjunct, Department of English, Queen’s University
‘Ways of Sentencing: Female Violence and Narrative Justice in Margaret Atwood’s The Penelopiad,’ Essex Human Rights Review 5:1 (Fall 2007); ‘Striving for “some version of the truth”: A Conversation with Helen Humphreys,’ Studies in Canadian Literature (forthcoming); ‘Helen Humphreys’s Unpublished Urban Histories,’ Case Study for Historical Perspectives on Canadian Publishing, ed. Carl Spadoni (forthcoming); ‘Negotiating the Nation: The Reproduction and Reconstruction of the National Imaginary in Margaret Atwood’s Surfacing,’ English Studies in Canada (2009)

David Reid
Lecturer, Department of English Studies, University of Stirling (retired)
The Humanism of ‘Paradise Lost’ (1993), The Metaphysical Poets (2000); editor, David Hume of Godscroft’s History of the House of Douglas by David Hume of Godscroft (1996) and History of the House of Angus (2005)

Paul Matthew St Pierre
Associate Professor of English, Simon Fraser University
Song and Sketch Transcripts of British Music Hall Performers Elsie and Doris Waters (2003), A Portrait of the Artist as Australian: L’Oeuvre bizarre de Barry Humphries (2004) [End Page 1]

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Additional Information

ISSN
1712-5278
Print ISSN
0042-0247
Pages
p. 1
Launched on MUSE
2009-09-10
Open Access
No
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