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  • Contributors to This Issue

F. H. Anderson
Professor of Philosophy in the University, has written works on Plato and Locke.

Arthur Barker
Member of the English staff in Trinity College, has published a number of articles on Milton, and has in preparation a book on Milton’s prose writings.

G. S. Brett
Dean of the School of Graduate Studies in the University, was for some years a professor at Lahore in the Punjab.

Douglas Bush
Graduate of the University, and Professor of English at Harvard, is the author of a number of distinguished studies in the literature of the Renaissance.

A. E. Case
Professor of English in Northwestern University, is the author of many publications on the literature of eighteenth-century England.

Philip Child
The well-known novelist, is now engaged, for the Institute of International Affairs, on a survey of Canadian opinion and the war.

Bernard Lande Cohen
Barrister in Montreal, has previously contributed to the Quarterly articles on current affairs.

Donald Cowie
New Zealander now living in England, is the author of Empire Prepared (1939).

Leon Edel
The author of Henry James, les années dramatiques and The Prefaces of Henry James. He has in preparation an edition of James’s plays.

Sir Robert
Falconer is the former President of the University.

A. R. M. Lower
Professor of History in United College, University of Manitoba, held a commission in the navy in the last war and has written a number of works on Canadian affairs.

Lord Eustace Percy
Vice-Chancellor of the University of Durham, has kindly sent to us for “The War and Opinion” a portion of an address delivered in his University.

B. K. Sandwell
Graduate of the University, is the editor of Saturday Night.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1712-5278
Print ISSN
0042-0247
Pages
p. i
Launched on MUSE
2015-07-01
Open Access
No
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