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Spring 2017 Vol. 124 No. 1
   When
History
Smiled
IN THIS ISSUE...
From the editor
WHEN HISTORY SMILED
The Declaration ~ MICHAEL POSNER
Through a Geography of Millennia The Quest for a Train Route
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
~ JANICE WEIZMAN
COURAGE AND CONVICTION
Post-Heroism? ~ RICHARD TELEKY
Snowden The Other Side of the Screen ~ LEE MARSHALL
The Loser and the Patrician The Making of a Canadian War Story ~ STEVE LUKITS
A Man and an Island
Eduardo Galeano and the Cuban Conundrum
~ W. GEORGE LOVELL
COLOUR IN ART AND NATURE
George Seurat à Port-en-Bessin ~ DENIS SAMPSON
Mystical Landscapes ~ ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO
Gutenberg's Fingerprint Paper, Pixels, and the Lasting Impression of Books ~ MERILYN SIMONDS
Getting to Spring ~ ERIC FRIESEN
SHORT STORY
Working-Class Hero ~ JOE DAVIES
POETRY
HAMISH GUTHRIE ~ Churches
GEORGE MOORE ~ Something, but Hidden
MICHAEL PENNY ~ Myosotis
KEN VICTOR ~ Handiwork
PETER RICHARDSON ~ Benchmark Limousine
PETER RICHARDSON ~ Couple in a Grassy Undertow