[Milton-L] University of Toronto Quarterly archive - 1977-2015 - is now available on Project MUSE

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University of Toronto Quarterly archive - 1977-2015 - available on Project
MUSE

— 39 volumes, 150+ issues and more than 1200 articles and reviews —

 <http://bit.ly/UTQpm> http://bit.ly/UTQpm

 

The UTQ archive features many special issues including:

§  Special Commemorative Section on Edward Said (1935-2003) 

§  The Critical Work of Law and Literature

§  Writing the Foreign in Canadian Literature and Humanitarian Narratives

§  Operatics: The Interdisciplinary Workings of Opera

§  The Future of Northrop Frye: Centennial Perspectives

§  The William Blake Project

§  The Genius of the Shore: Essays Honouring the Life and Work of
Balachandra Rajan

§  La poétique des romanciers / Novelists on the Novel

§  The Song is You: Opera, Lyrics, and Literary Studies 

§  Models of Mind and Consciousness

§  Robertson Davies Reconsidered

§  Discourses of Security, Peacekeeping Narratives, and the Cultural
Imagination in Canada

§  Rabindranath Tagore: Facets of a Cultural Icon

§  Milton in America

§  The Ethical Turn in Canadian Literature & Criticism

§  Songs & Subversion

§  Haunting in Canadian Literature

§  Systems & Cities

§  Authority 

§  Opera & Interdisciplinary II

§  New Scholarship in Book History & Print Culture

§  Postcolonialism

§  Images of Canadian Short Stories / Aspects de la nouvelle québécoise et
canadienne 

§  The  Visionary Tradition in Canadian Writing

§  Voices of Opera

§  The University in Ruins: Responses to Bill Readings

§  As well as 35+ issues of Letters in Canada (the review of the previous
year’s work in Canadian fiction, poetry, drama, translations, and works in
the humanities)

 

Full archive of issues 1931-1977 coming to Project MUSE in 2015–
<http://bit.ly/UTQpm> http://bit.ly/UTQpm

Full archive of issues 1931-2015(3200+ articles and reviews) available now
at UTQ Online -  <http://bit.ly/utqonline> http://bit.ly/utqonline

 

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