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Summer 2018 Vol. 125 No. 2
     The
Power
of
Woman

IN THIS ISSUE...
From the editor
THE LIFE OF THE BOOK
This Terrible Business Has Been Kind to Me ~ ANNA PORTER
What Did Don Quixote Eat on Saturdays? ~ WAYNE GRADY
Food for Thought ~ PETER UNWIN
PAINTING AND HISTORY
The Powers of Women: Reimagining Female Fortitude at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre ~ JACQUELYN COUTRÉ
A Tourist in Kingston Charles Frederick Gibson, 1831 - 1833 ~ SUSAN BAZELY
>Gorgeous Gothic: Paul Thomas Anderson's film Phantom Thread ~ LEE MARSHALL
PSYCHIATRY
Summertime Sadness A Brief Foray into the Functional Role of Depression ~ ANEES BAHJI
THE FUTURE OF HISTORY
The Perils of Presentism ~ JEFFREY SIMPSON
The Terrorization of America from bin Laden to Trump ~ TOD HOFFMAN
CREATIVE WRITING
LUNG (from the Encyclopaedia of Modern Life) ~ SARA SALIH
Professor Longhair Parries Death in Shanghai ~ MARK ANTHONY JARMAN
POETRY
MICHAEL HALL ~ Summer
JOSHUA LEVY ~ The Grandpa Game
SUSAN OLDING ~ Mandarin Preschool
DAVE MARGOSHES ~ Silent Night
DAVE MARGOSHES ~ Natural Science
DAVE MARGOSHES ~ An Aviary of Song
MICHAEL MCCARTHY ~ The Handball Alley
MICHAEL MCCARTHY ~ From the Middle Gate