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  1. Roman
  2. Patrick Bergeron
  3. pp. 1-24
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  1. Nouvelle
  2. Michel Lord
  3. pp. 24-48
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  1. Poésie
  2. Élise Lepage
  3. pp. 48-76
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  1. Théâtre
  2. Nicole Nolette
  3. pp. 77-98
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  1. Bande de colons. Une mauvaise conscience de classe by Alain Deneault (review)
  2. Renald Bérubé
  3. pp. 102-106
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  1. Mémoires et récits de vie by Gabriel Dumont (review)
  2. Renald Bérubé
  3. pp. 106-112
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  1. Écrire, aimer, penser. Entretiens sur l’essai et la création littéraire by Gérald Gaudet (review)
  2. Gaëtan Brulotte
  3. pp. 116-119
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  1. Il s’est écarté. Enquête sur la mort de François Paradis by David Bélanger et Thomas Carrier-Lafleur (review)
  2. Isabelle Kirouac Massicotte
  3. pp. 120-122
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  1. L’empire en marche. Des peuples sans qualités de Vienne à Ottawa by Marc Chevrier (review)
  2. Gilles Labelle
  3. pp. 122-125
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  1. La peur rouge. Histoire de l’anticommunisme au Québec, 1917– 1960 by Hugues Théorêt (review)
  2. Dominique Laporte
  3. pp. 126-128
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  1. Avoir peur. Insécurité et roman en Afrique francophone by Alexie Tcheuyap et Hervé A. Tchumkam (review)
  2. Etienne-Marie Lassi
  3. pp. 128-131
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  1. Éléments pour une esthétique de la chair. L’art tel un boucher au temps de la viande libre by Martin Tailly (review)
  2. Marie Pascal
  3. pp. 131-133
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  1. Kaléidoscorps. Sur quelques métamorphoses corporelles dans la littérature québécoise by Philippe St-Germain (review)
  2. Marie Pascal
  3. pp. 133-136
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  1. L’empire invisible. Essai sur la métamorphose de l’Amérique by Mathieu Bélisle (review)
  2. Renald Bérubé
  3. pp. 136-140
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  1. Magritte. Perspectives nouvelles, nouveaux regards by de Louis Hébert, Pascal Michelucci et Éric Trudel (review)
  2. Mathilde Savard-Corbeil
  3. pp. 140-142
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  1. La réussite scolaire dans l’enseignement collégial québécois by de Richard Guay, Pierre Michaud et Sophie Poirier (review)
  2. Claude Grégoire
  3. pp. 142-144
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  1. Emergent Fiction
  2. Jeanette Lynes
  3. pp. 145-166
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  1. Established Fiction
  2. Reinhold Kramer
  3. pp. 167-189
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  1. Poetry
  2. Nicholas Bradley
  3. pp. 190-221
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  1. Drama
  2. Ann Wilson
  3. pp. 221-245
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  1. Ukrainian Women Writers and the National Imaginary: From the Collapse of the USSR to the Euromaidan by Oleksandra Wallo (review)
  2. Maxim Tarnawsky
  3. pp. 246-247
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  1. Scholars in Exile: The Ukrainian Intellectual World in Interwar Czechoslovakia by Nadia Zavorotna (review)
  2. Mark Andryczyk
  3. pp. 247-249
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  1. An Echo in the Mountains: Al Purdy after a Century ed. by Nicholas Bradley (review)
  2. Sandra Djwa
  3. pp. 249-251
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  1. The Aesthetics of Senescence: Aging, Population, and the Nineteenth-Century British Novel by Andrea Charise (review)
  2. Suzanne Bailey
  3. pp. 253-254
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  1. A Bounded Land: Reflections on Settler Colonialism in Canada by Cole Harris (review)
  2. Grace King
  3. pp. 254-256
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  1. Little Resilience: The Ryerson Poetry Chap-Books by Eli MacLaren (review)
  2. Joel Deshaye
  3. pp. 256-257
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  1. Making Believe: Questions about Mennonites and Art by Magdalene Redekop (review)
  2. Ervin Beck
  3. pp. 258-259
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  1. Identifying as Arab in Canada: A Century of Immigration History by Houda Asal (review)
  2. Rachad Antonius
  3. pp. 259-261
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  1. Penetrating Critiques: Emasculated Empire and Victorian Identity in Africa by Leslie Allin (review)
  2. Dane Kennedy
  3. pp. 261-262
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  1. Are We Postmodern Yet? And Were We Ever? by Reinhold Kramer (review)
  2. Karl Manis
  3. pp. 262-264
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  1. We Still Here: Hip Hop North of the 49th Parallel ed. by Charity Marsh and Mark V. Campbell (review)
  2. Maki Motapanyane
  3. pp. 264-266
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  1. Net Privacy: How We Can Be Free in an Age of Surveillance by Sacha Molitorisz (review)
  2. Leslie Regan Shade
  3. pp. 267-268
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  1. The Art of Communication in a Polarized World by Kyle Conway (review)
  2. Craig Walker
  3. pp. 268-270
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  1. Tiff: A Life of Timothy Findley by Sherrill Grace (review)
  2. Sandra Campbell
  3. pp. 270-271
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  1. They Call Me George: The Untold Story of the Black Train Porters by Cecil Foster (review)
  2. Cornel Bogle
  3. pp. 271-273
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  1. The Decameron Eighth Day in Perspective ed. by William Robins (review)
  2. Marilyn Migiel
  3. pp. 273-274
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  1. Shakespeare and Asia ed. by Jonathan Locke Hart (review)
  2. Lan Xiujuan
  3. pp. 274-276
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  1. Spain, the Second World War, and the Holocaust: History and Representation ed. by Sara J. Brenneis and Gina Herrmann (review)
  2. Sean A. McPhail
  3. pp. 276-277
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  1. Knowing the Past, Facing the Future: Indigenous Education in Canada ed. by Sheila Carr-Stewart (review)
  2. Mark Fettes
  3. pp. 278-279
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  1. Distorted Descent: White Claims to Indigenous Identity by Darryl Leroux (review)
  2. Joseph R. Wiebe
  3. pp. 279-281
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  1. CanLit Across Media: Unarchiving the Literary Event ed. by Katherine McLeod and Jason Camlot (review)
  2. Kyle Kinaschuk
  3. pp. 281-283
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  1. Seen but Not Seen: Influential Canadians and the First Nations from the 1840s to Today by Donald B. Smith (review)
  2. Robin Fisher
  3. pp. 283-284
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  1. An Autobiography of the Autobiography of Reading by Dionne Brand (review)
  2. Aesha Nananso
  3. pp. 284-286
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  1. Intimate Integration: A History of the Sixties Scoop and the Colonization of Indigenous Kinship by Allyson D. Stevenson (review)
  2. Jeannine Carriere
  3. pp. 286-287
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  1. Indigenous Women’s Theatre: Mechanism of Decolonization by Sarah MacKenzie (review)
  2. Courtney Elkin Mohler
  3. pp. 287-289
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  1. Moving Archives ed. by Linda M. Morra (review)
  2. Jocelyn Williams
  3. pp. 290-291
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  1. Home Feelings: Liberal Citizenship and the Canadian Reading Camp Movement by Jody Mason (review)
  2. Natalie Leduc
  3. pp. 291-292
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  1. Holding On and Holding Out: Jewish Diaries from Wartime France by Anne Freadman (review)
  2. Julian Wright
  3. pp. 292-294
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  1. The Demons of Leonard Cohen by Francis Mus (review)
  2. Kait Pinder
  3. pp. 294-295
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  1. Disastrous Subjectivities: Romanticism, Modernity and the Real by David Collings (review)
  2. Karen Weisman
  3. pp. 295-297
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  1. Infrastructural Brutalism: Art and the Necropolitics of Infrastructure by Michael Truscello (review)
  2. Richard J. White
  3. pp. 297-298
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  1. Dear Science and Other Stories by Katherine McKittrick (review)
  2. Tavleen Purewal
  3. pp. 300-301
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  1. War and Enlightenment in Russia: Military Culture in the Age of Catherine II by Eugene Miakinkov (review)
  2. Anton A. Fedyashin
  3. pp. 301-303
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  1. The Juggling Mother: Coming Undone in the Age of Anxiety by Amanda D. Watson (review)
  2. Melinda Vandenbeld Giles
  3. pp. 303-304
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  1. For a Pragmatics of the Useless by Erin Manning (review)
  2. Ada S. Jaarsma
  3. pp. 304-306
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  1. Canada’s Other Red Scare: Indigenous Protests and Colonial Encounters during the Global Sixties by Scott Rutherford (review)
  2. Travis Hay
  3. pp. 306-308
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  1. Italian Neorealism: A Cultural History by Charles L. Leavitt IV (review)
  2. William Anselmi
  3. pp. 309-311
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  1. Transnational Identity and Memory Making in the Lives of Iraqi Women in Diaspora by Nadia Jones-Gailani (review)
  2. Shahrzad Mojab
  3. pp. 311-313
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  1. Unplanned Visitors: Queering the Ethics and Aesthetics of Domestic Space by Olivier Vallerand (review)
  2. Colin Ripley
  3. pp. 313-314
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  1. Beyond History for Historical Consciousness: Students, Narrative, and Memory by Stéphane Lévesque and Jean-Philippe Croteau (review)
  2. Scott Herder
  3. pp. 315-316
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  1. Detroit’s Hidden Channels: The Power of French-Indigenous Families in the Eighteenth Century by Karen L. Marrero (review)
  2. Gregory Evans Dowd
  3. pp. 316-318
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  1. Stalin’s Niños: Educating Spanish Civil War Refugee Children in the Soviet Union, 1937–1951 by Karl D. Qualls (review)
  2. Antonio Cazorla-Sanchez
  3. pp. 318-319
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  1. Taming Cannabis: Drugs and Empire in Nineteenth-Century France by David A. Guba Jr (review)
  2. Ryan Stoa
  3. pp. 323-324
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  1. The Social Cost of Cheap Food: Labour and the Political Economy of Food Distribution in Britain, 1830–1914 by Sébastien Rioux (review)
  2. Marit Rosol
  3. pp. 327-329
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  1. Pictura: Essays on the Works of Roy Kiyooka ed. by Juliana Pivato (review)
  2. Guy Beauregard
  3. pp. 329-331
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  1. Literatures, Communities, and Learning: Conversations with Indigenous Writers ed. by Aubrey Jean Hanson (review)
  2. Linda Morra
  3. pp. 331-332
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  1. Loss of Indigenous Eden and the Fall of Spirituality by A. Blair Stonechild (review)
  2. Mark F. Ruml
  3. pp. 333-334
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  1. Shakespeare On Stage and Off ed. by Kenneth Graham and Alysia Kolentsis (review)
  2. Margaret Jane Kidnie
  3. pp. 336-337
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  1. Canadian Culinary Imaginations ed. by Shelley Boyd and Dorothy Barenscott (review)
  2. Marlene Epp
  3. pp. 338-339
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  1. Our Fundamental Problem: A Revolutionary Approach to Philosophy by Nicholas Maxwell (review)
  2. Hassan Masoud
  3. pp. 341-343
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  1. The Devil’s Historians: How Modern Extremists Abuse the Medieval Past by Amy S. Kaufman and Paul B. Sturtevant (review)
  2. Chester Scoville
  3. pp. 343-344
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  1. From Internationalism to Postcolonialism: Literature and Cinema between the Second and the Third Worlds by Rossen Djagalov (review)
  2. Daniel Bergman
  3. pp. 344-346
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  1. Take Back the Fight: Organizing Feminism for the Digital Age by Nora Loreto (review)
  2. Marina Klimenko
  3. pp. 346-347
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  1. Robert Kroetsch: Essayist, Novelist, Poet ed. by David Staines (review)
  2. Owen Percy
  3. pp. 347-349
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  1. The Viking Immigrants: Icelandic North Americans by L.K. Bertram (review)
  2. Richard Sigurdson
  3. pp. 349-350
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  1. Political Adaptation in Canadian Theatre by Kailin Wright (review)
  2. Lindsay Thistle
  3. pp. 350-352
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  1. Making the Best of It: Women and Girls of Canada and Newfoundland during the Second World War ed. by Sarah Glassford and Amy Shaw (review)
  2. Carol Acton
  3. pp. 352-353
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  1. Being at Large: Freedom in the Age of Alternative Facts by Santiago Zabala (review)
  2. Carson Hammond
  3. pp. 353-355
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  1. Russia and Central Asia: Conquest, Coexistence, Convergence by Shoshana Keller (review)
  2. Alexander Morrison
  3. pp. 356-357
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  1. Belonging Beyond Borders: Cosmopolitan Affiliations in Contemporary Spanish American Literature by Annik Bilodeau (review)
  2. Luis Torres
  3. pp. 357-358
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  1. Beyond the Finish Line: Images, Evidence, and the History of the Photo-Finish by Jonathan Finn (review)
  2. Alan McDougall
  3. pp. 359-360
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  1. After the Revival: Pentecostalism and the Making of a Canadian Church by Michael Wilkinson and Linda M. Ambrose (review)
  2. Phyllis D. Airhart
  3. pp. 360-362
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  1. The Finest Blend: Graduate Education in Canada ed. by Gale Parchoma, Michael Power, and Jennifer Lock (review)
  2. Nicole Luke
  3. pp. 362-363
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  1. Recognition and Revelation: Short Nonfiction Writings by Margaret Laurence (review)
  2. Christian Riegel
  3. pp. 363-365
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  1. North American Gaels: Speech, Story, and Song in the Diaspora ed. by Natasha Sumner and Aidan Doyle (review)
  2. Rankin Sherling
  3. pp. 365-366
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  1. Queen of the Maple Leaf: Beauty Contests and Settler Femininity by Patrizia Gentile (review)
  2. Kate Korycki
  3. pp. 366-368
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  1. Walking through Elysium: Vergil’s Underworld and the Poetics of Tradition ed. by Bill Gladhill and Micah Young Myers (review)
  2. Celia Campbell
  3. pp. 368-369
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  1. Screening Religions in Italy: Contemporary Italian Cinema and Television in the Post-secular Public Sphere by Clodagh J. Brook (review)
  2. Stephen Gundle
  3. pp. 369-371
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  1. From Seminary to University: An Institutional History of the Study of Religion in Canada by Aaron W. Hughes (review)
  2. Tenzan Eaghll
  3. pp. 371-372
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  1. Military Life Writing in Early Modern Spain by Faith S. Harden (review)
  2. Enrique Fernandez
  3. pp. 373-374
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  1. The People’s Health: Health Intervention and Delivery in Mao’s China, 1949–1983 by Zhou Xun (review)
  2. Marta Hanson
  3. pp. 374-377
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  1. The Violence of Work: New Essays in Canadian and US Labour History ed. by Jeremy Milloy and Joan Sangster (review)
  2. Ravi Malhotra
  3. pp. 377-378
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  1. Assassination in Vichy: Marx Dormoy and the Struggle for the Soul of France by Gayle K. Brunelle and Annette Finley-Croswhite (review)
  2. Eric Jennings
  3. pp. 378-380
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  1. After the Famine: The Irish Family Farm in Eastern Ontario, 1851–1881 by Edward J. Hedican (review)
  2. Patrick Mannion
  3. pp. 380-381
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  1. Interpreting Modernity: Essays on the Work of Charles Taylor by Daniel M. Weinstock, Jacob T. Levy and Jocelyn Maclure (review)
  2. Anna Johnson
  3. pp. 382-383
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  1. Poetry and Crisis: Cultural Politics and Citizenship in the Wake of the Madrid Bombings by Jill Robbins (review)
  2. Ana Luengo
  3. pp. 383-384
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  1. Before Utopia: The Making of Thomas More’s Mind by Ross Dealy (review)
  2. Jeffrey A. Bernstein
  3. pp. 385-386
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  1. Heidegger on Truth: Its Essence and Its Fate by Graeme Nicholson (review)
  2. William McNeill
  3. pp. 386-387
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  1. Goodbye Eros: Recasting Forms and Norms of Love in the Age of Cervantes ed. by Ana María Laguna and John Beusterien (review)
  2. Frederick A. de Armas
  3. pp. 388-389
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  1. And in Our Hearts Take Up Thy Rest: The Trinitarian Pneumatology of Frederick Crowe, SJ by Michael Eades (review)
  2. Darren Dias
  3. pp. 389-390
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  1. Anxious Days and Tearful Nights: Canadian War Wives during the Great War by Martha Hanna (review)
  2. Amy Shaw
  3. pp. 390-392
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  1. The Theatre of Regret: Literature, Art, and the Politics of Reconciliation in Canada by David Gaertner (review)
  2. Jonathan Nash
  3. pp. 392-393
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  1. My Vancouver Dance History: Story, Movement, Community by Peter Dickinson (review)
  2. Tanya Berg
  3. pp. 393-395
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  1. Celebrity, Fame, and Infamy in the Hellenistic World ed. by Riemer A. Faber (review)
  2. Kale Coghlan
  3. pp. 395-396
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  1. The Poetic Imperative: A Speculative Aesthetics by Johanna Skibsrud (review)
  2. Ryan Fitzpatrick
  3. pp. 396-398
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  1. The Cinema of Paolo Sorrentino: Commitment to Style by Russell J.A. Kilbourn (review)
  2. G. Kyle Brandys
  3. pp. 398-399
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  1. The Catholic Reception of Continental Philosophy in North America ed. by Gregory P. Floyd and Stephanie Rumpza (review)
  2. Ian James
  3. pp. 399-401
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  1. Tear Gas Epiphanies: Protests, Cultures, Museums by Kirsty Robertson (review)
  2. Irina D. Mihalache
  3. pp. 401-402
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  1. Piers Plowman and the Reinvention of Church Law in the Late Middle Ages by Arvind Thomas (review)
  2. Patrick Outhwaite
  3. pp. 402-404
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  1. The Death Penalty and Sex Murder in Canadian History by Carolyn Strange (review)
  2. James Hahn
  3. pp. 404-405
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  1. Pier 21: A History by Steven Schwinghamer and Jan Raska (review)
  2. James W. Johnson
  3. pp. 405-407
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  1. 25 Years of Ed Tech by Martin Weller (review)
  2. Wendy Barber
  3. pp. 407-408
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  1. I Can Only Paint: The Story of Battlefield Artist Mary Riter Hamilton by Irene Gammel (review)
  2. Brian Foss
  3. pp. 408-410
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  1. Picturing the Page: Illustrated Children’s Literature and Reading under Lenin and Stalin by Megan Swift (review)
  2. Peter E. Cumming
  3. pp. 410-412
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  1. Righteous Anger in Contemporary Italian Literary and Cinematic Narratives by Stefania Lucamante (review)
  2. Matteo Gilebbi
  3. pp. 412-413
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  1. Anaesthetics of Existence: Essays on Experience at the Edge by Cressida J. Heyes (review)
  2. Evangeline Holtz-Schramek
  3. pp. 413-415
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  1. Maps of Empire: A Topography of World Literature by Kyle Wanberg (review)
  2. Lilika Kukiela
  3. pp. 415-416
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  1. Victims of the Book: Reading and Masculinity in Fin-de-Siècle France by François Proulx (review)
  2. Allan H. Pasco
  3. pp. 416-418
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  1. This Pilgrim Nation: The Making of the Portuguese Diaspora in Postwar North America by Gilberto Fernandes (review)
  2. Carmela Patrias
  3. pp. 418-420
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  1. The Bomb in the Wilderness: Photography and the Nuclear Era in Canada by John O’Brian (review)
  2. Peter M Sramek
  3. pp. 420-421
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  1. War Junk: Munitions Disposal and Postwar Reconstruction in Canada by Alex Souchen (review)
  2. Geoffrey Hayes
  3. pp. 421-422
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  1. Prayer as Transgression? The Social Relations of Prayer in Healthcare Settings ed. by Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham (review)
  2. Michael Skaggs
  3. pp. 423-425
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  1. Canada 1919: A Nation Shaped by War ed. by Tim Cook and J.L. Granatstein (review)
  2. David Zimmerman
  3. pp. 425-426
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  1. Contributors/Collaborateurs
  2. pp. 427-430
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  1. Index to Books Reviewed/Index des ouvrages recensés
  2. pp. 431-437
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  1. Harold Innis on Peter Pond: Biography, Cultural Memory, and the Continental Fur Trade ed. by William J. Buxton (review)
  2. Edward Comor
  3. pp. 324-327
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