Queen's Quarterly

Queen's Quarterly
Queen's Quarterly

VOLUME 118 (2011) - Content and Authors

 

Spring 2011 - The North: New Frontier of Our Imagination

Spring 2011 Issue

Bowling, Tim. Childhood, (verse), 154 – 155
Clausen, Christopher. Slovakian Dreams and the New Europe, 90 – 101
Day, David. The Genesis of the Hobbit, 114 – 129
Delpech, Thérèse. Mysterious and Powerful Forces, 64 – 69
Diamond, A.J. Satisfaction in the Mark, 102 – 113
Friesen, Eric. A Pair of Aces, 130 – 139
Fulford, Robert. How It All Comes Out: The Obit Writer Reluctantly Thinks of Death, 70 – 79
Harrison, Peter. It Rained in Iqaluit, 32 – 43
Kingwell, Mark. What Are Intellectual for? A Modest Proposal in Dialogue Form, 44 – 63
Lalonde, Danny. Harvest (fiction), 140 – 149
McMaster, Gerald. Inuit Modern: Sculpture from the Arctic, 6 – 15
Manos, Kenna Creer. Coda, (verse) 156
Neufeldt, Leonard, Trotsky Explains Lenin to Frida Kahlo, (verse), 150 – 151
Rabinovitch, Victor. The North in Canadian Identity, 16 – 31
Sileika, Antanas. Where I’m Coming from, Where I’m Going to, 80 – 89
Young, Patricia, Sixties Secretaries, (verse), 152 – 153

 

 

Summer 2011 - Drawing Beyond the Horizon

Summer 2011 Issue

Eatock, Colin. Six Canadian Composers You Should Know, 266 – 279
Friesen, Eric. Carmina Burana: The Big Mac of Classical Music?, 280 – 289
Fulford, Robert. H.G. Wells and the Wages of Adultery, 166 – 175
Gerry, Tom. “I Sing My Sorrow and I Paint My Joy”: Joni Mitchell, 208 – 221
Graham, Neile. 3 St Ronan’s Drive, (verse), 290 – 291
Guthrie, Hamish. Bottles, (verse), 292 – 293
Guthrie, Hamish. One Summer Morning, (verse), 294 – 295
Knelman, Joshua. A Brief History of Art Theft, 222 – 233
Lewis, Laurie. Herald Square, (fiction), 176 – 187
Milroy, Sarah. Fred Herzog: Words and Pictures, 244 – 256
Murray, Joan.  A Treasury of Tom Thomson, 234 – 243
Richler, Noah. What We Talk About When We Talk About War, 188 – 207
Schiffman, Richard. Running Against the Clock, (verse), 298 – 299
Shorb, Michael. Facebook Passes Me By, (verse), 296 – 297
Silverman, Robert. Last Train for Chester, 302 – 311
Van Loon, Jean. Chipwagon, (verse), 300 – 301

 

 

Fall 2011 - A Voice for the People

Fall 2011 Issue

Museé Bonnard. Bonnard Finally Has a Home, 418 – 429
Davies, Joe. The Leaf Blower, (fiction), 454 – 463
Friesen, Eric. Zen and the Art of Classical Recording, 444 – 453
Fulford, Robert. Emperor Julian and the Gods of Homer, 326 – 335
Grady, Wayne. CANNIBAL ~or~ The Role of Non-Fiction in Fiction, 336 – 347
Ivan Eyre at the McMichael Sculpture Garden, 430 – 443
Michaela, Deborah. A Rock from Jordan, (verse), 466 – 467
Norman, Robert O. Haiti Child (with his homemade guitar, 2010), (verse), 465
Padhi, Bibhu. A Time, a Place, a Name, (verse), 470 – 471
Pepper, Kaija. My Mother, My Dance, 396 – 403
Porter, Anna. Imre Kertész Writing the Impossible, 360 – 371
Schoemperlen, Diane. A Body Like a Little Nut, 404 – 417
Simpson, Jeffrey. Sweden’s Health-Care Revolution, 386 – 395
Teleky, Richard. Introducing Emma Bovary, 348 – 359
Ventura, Paolo. The Automaton of Venice, 372 – 385
Wayman, Tom. No End, (verse), 468 – 469

 

 

Winter 2011 - When Winter Inspires

Winter 2011 Issue

Abley, Mark. Anonymous, Undated, (verse), 520
Abley, Mark. In Girona Cathedral, (verse), 522
Bowling, Tim. Teaching First-Year University, (verse), 528
Clausen, Christopher. Universities Today and Tomorrow, 570 - 583
Cullis-Suzuki, Sarika. Beneath Cold Seas, 528 - 545
Friesen, Eric. Vivaldi in Winter, 517 - 527
Fulford, Robert. The Artist as Scoundrel, 486 - 496
Hall, David. Beneath Cold Seas, 528 - 545
Karasik, Daniel. Blind Tongue, (verse), 524
Karasik, Daniel. On not knowing the grandfather who might’ve been most like me, (verse), 526 - 527
Lampe, Angela. Chagall and the Russian Avant-Garde, 598 - 609
Leroux, Georges. Wanderer: An Essay of Franz Schubert’s Winterreise, 498 – 515
Opp, James. Picturing Communism: Yousuf Karsh, Canadair, and Cold War Advertising, 584 - 597
Simpson, Jeffrey. Taxpayers and Public Institutions: Who’s the Boss?, 558 - 569
Smith, J. Mark. Laboratory of the Air, 546 - 557
Unwin, Peter. The World in the Evening, (fiction), 510 - 519

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