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CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE ARTHUR BARKER, of the Department of English (Trinity College), is a graduate of the University and of the University of London. The University of Toronto Press will shortly publish his study of Milton's prose works. W. E. CoLLIN, Professor of French in the University of Western Ontario and author of a brilliant study of Canadian poetry, The White Savarmahs, has kindly consented to supply the essay on "French-Canadian Letters" during Professor Felix Walter's absence on active service. Silt RoBERT FALCONER, President Emeritus of the University, contributes the second of two artides on the University in the earlier days of his presidency. R. FLENLEY is Professor of History in the University. WATSON KtRKCONNELL, Head of the Department of English in McMaster University, needs no introduction to readers-of "Letters in Canada." C. B. MACPHERSON, of the Department of Political Science, is a graduate of the University and of the London School of Economics. A. J. M. SMITH, a graduate of McGill, and a member of the staff of the Michigan State College, is one of the most distinguished of our younger Canadian poets. He is at present engaged, as a Guggenheim fellow, on studies in the history of Canadian literature. L. S. STAVRIANOs, wbo is teaching at Smith College, is a well-known authority on Balkan affairs. ...


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