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CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE A. E. CARTER, of the French Department in the University of Manitoba, has been a frequent and welcome contributor to the QUARTERLY, J. B. CONACHER is Lecturer in History in the University, Roy DANIELLS is Professor of English in the University of British Columbia. EUOENE JOLIAT, Associate Professor of French in University College, is the author of Smollett et la France (1935). HANS JONAS is Associate Professor of Philosophy in Carleton College, Ottawa. HENRY S. LEONARD is a member of the Philosophy Department at Michigan State College. HUGH MACLENNAN, author of Barometer Rising (1941) and Each Man's Son (1951) - to mention only his earliest and most recent novels-has just joined the English Department at McGill University. MILLAR MACLuRE is Professor of English in United College. Winnipeg. OTAKAR OOLOZILIK. of the History Department at Columbia University, was Professor of Czechoslovak History at Charles University. Prague, from 1934 to 1939. DESMOND PACEY, Professor of English in the University of New Brunswick. is the author of a biography of F. P. Grove and the editor of A Book 0/ Canadian Stories (1947,1950). A. F. W. PLUMPTRE, of the Department of External Affairs, Ottawa, was formerly a student of J. M. Keynes at Cambridge and. more recently, a teacher of Political Economy at Toronto. GORDON ROPER is Associate Professor of English at Trinity College. J. PERCY SMITH is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Saskat~ chewan. FRANCIS J. THOMPSON is a member of the Department of Writing, Speech and Drama at the Johns Hopkins University. ...


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