[Milton-L] University of Toronto Quarterly - Letters in Canada now available at Project MUSE

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Now available at Project MUSE


 

University of Toronto Quarterly - Volume 83, Number 2, Spring 2014 

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This annual bi-lingual ‘Letters in Canada’ issue contains reviews of the
previous year’s work in Canadian fiction, poetry, drama, translations and
works in the humanities. This year’s issue contains over 540 pages of the
year's work in creative writing and scholarship!  

 

Roman 2012

Pierre Karch       

 

Nouvelle 2012

Michel Lord        

 

Poésie 2012

Daniel Gagnon  

 

Théâtre 2012

Mariel O’Neill-Karch       

 

Sciences humaines

 

Emerging Fiction

Richard J. Lane  

 

Established Fiction

Russell Morton Brown, Donna Bennett  

 

Poetry

Brent Wood       

 

 

Drama

Ann Wilson         

 

Translations/Traductions

Agnès Whitfield                

 

Humanities

                

 

Submissions to UTQ

University of Toronto Quarterly welcomes contributions in all areas of the
humanities – literature, philosophy, fine arts, music, the history of ideas,
cultural studies, and so on. It favours articles that appeal to a scholarly
readership beyond the specialists in the field of the given submission. For
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University of Toronto Quarterly

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humanities. Often the best insights in one field of knowledge come through
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concepts, and paradigms to their own disciplines. UTQ is not a journal where
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to specialists and general readers in many other fields. This
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The University of Toronto Quarterly complete archive of over 3200 articles
and reviews, from 1930 to present, is now available online. UTQ Online is an
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Partial archive - 1977-2014 (39 volumes, 150+ issues and more than 1200
articles and reviews) is also available on Project MUSE
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