1. A Legacy of Reform
  2. Heather Murray
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  1. A Lifetime in English Studies
  2. William Blissett
  3. pp. 354-367
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  1. Literary Ladies and The Calliopean: English Studies at the Burlington Ladies’ Academy (1846–1851)
  2. Anna Sonser
  3. pp. 368-380
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  1. Babel after the Fall: The Place of Writing in English
  2. Henry Hubert
  3. pp. 381-397
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  1. Puck’s Green England and the Professor of English: Post-Colonial Fantasies at the University of British Columbia
  2. Margery Fee
  3. pp. 398-416
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  1. Prairie Jacobin: Carlyle King and Saskatchewan English
  2. L.M. Findlay
  3. pp. 417-430
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  1. ‘Inaugural Discourse,’ Acadia College, 1861
  2. James DeMille, Gwendolyn Davies
  3. pp. 437-443
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  1. ‘Inaugural Address,’ Mount Allison Wesleyan College, 1888
  2. W.M. Tweedie, Alistair Tilson
  3. pp. 449-461
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  1. ‘Address,’ Queen’s University 1889
  2. James Cappon, Paul Milton
  3. pp. 469-479
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  1. An Introduction to James DeMille’s ‘Inaugural Discourse’ of 1861
  2. Gwendolyn Davies
  3. pp. 431-436
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  1. An Introduction to W.M. Tweedie’s ‘Inaugural Address’ of 1888
  2. Alistair Tilson
  3. pp. 444-448
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  1. An Introduction to James Cappon’s 1889 ‘Address’
  2. Paul Milton
  3. pp. 462-468
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