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CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE I I ; MARtus B.A.ABEAU, of the National Museum, Ottawa, has written extensively-on the culture and folk.lore of French Canada.and of th~ Indians. ARTHUR BARKER, Professor of English in Trinity College, is the author of Millon anithe Puritan Dilemma (1942). DouGLAS BusB, agraduate of the University, is Professor or'English at Harvard. His most recent hook, Englis_ h. Literature in the Earlier Stoen/etnlh Century is reviewed in this issue. · THoMAs A. GouDGE is Associate Professor of Philosophy in th.e Univ~rsity~ W. S. HECKSCHER is c;m the staff of the University of Manitoba. · JoaN A. IRviNG is Professor of Ethics and Social Philosophy in Victoria .College. MALCOLM MAcK.EN'ZIE Ross, of the Departm~nt of English in the University of Manitoba, is the author of Milton's Royalism (1943). B. K. SA..NDWELL is of Saturday Night. CLARIS EDWIN SILc.ox, a Toronto clergyman, was formerly Secretary of the ca·nadian Conference of Christians and Jews. RoBERT.WoosTER. STALLMAN is Assistant Professor of English in the University of Kansas. M.D. C. TAIT is Associate Professor of Greek in University C~llege. ' H. W. WRIGHT is Professor of Psychology in the University of Manitoba. I I I l I ...


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