Vol 29, No 1 (2003)

Table of Contents

Readers' Forum

Editor’s Introduction
Jo-Ann Wallace
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1-5
The New and the Noteworthy and the Making of a Civil Society
Patricia Badir , Sandra Tomc
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7-16
What’s Left of the Dialectic? A Polemic
Nicholas Brown , Imre Szeman
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17-24
Queer Today, Gone Tomorrow
Steven Bruhm
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25-32
Why Indeed Must Anything Be Left of English Studies?
Clara A. B. Joseph
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33-43
Renewing the Fire: Notes Toward the Liberation of English Studies
Daniel Heath Justice
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45-54
Of Writing Machines and Scholar-Gipsies
Christopher Keep
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55-66
The Simulation of Academic Crisis; Or, Chicken Little Rules the Roost
Julia M. Wright
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85-96
What’s Been Lost
Trevor Ross
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67-76
Restraining Order
Eric Savoy
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77-84

Articles

Toronto, Capital of Ukraine: the Ends of Desire and the Beginning of History in Janice Kulyk Keefer’s The Green Library
Peter Roman Babiak
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97-130
Living at the Turning Point of the World: Stoppard and Wilde
Wilhelm Emilsson
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131-148
“Trust Me”: Responding to the Threat of Writing in Chorus of Mushrooms
Steve McCullough
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149-170
Genre and Cultural Disruption: Libertinism and the Early English Novel
Tiffany Potter
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171-196
The Battlegrounds of Theory
Brian Edwards
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197-205
Lament for a Notion
Stephen Slemon
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207-218
Hot Affects, Cold Theory
Anna-Lize Berry
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219-234

Book Reviews

Douglas H. Parker, ed. William Roye’s An exhortation to the diligent studye of scripture and An exposition in to the seventh chaptre of the pistle to the Corinthians.
David Gay
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235-237
Douglas H. Parker and Bruce Krajewski , eds. William Roye’s A Brefe Dialoge bitwene a Christen Father and his stobborne Sonne: the First Protestant Catechism Published in English.
Ian Cameron
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238-240
Armand Garnet Ruffo, ed. (Ad)dressing Our Words: Aboriginal Perspectives on Aboriginal Literatures.
Renate Eigenbrod
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240-242
Peter Duthie, ed. Joanna Baillie’s Plays on the Passions (1798).
Joel Faflak
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242-246
Gerald Lynch, The One and the Many: English-Canadian Short Story Cycles.
Janice Fiamengo
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247-249
JoAnn McCaig. Reading In: Alice Munro’s Archives.
Klaus P. Stich
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249-252
Bruce Stovel and Lynn Weinlos Gregg, eds. The Talk in Jane Austen.
Peter Sabor
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252-255
Kristen Guest, ed. Eating Their Words: Cannibalism and the Boundaries of Cultural Identity.
Priscilla L. Walton
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255-258
M. Elizabeth Sargent and Garry Watson, eds. Approaches to Teaching the Works of D. H. Lawrence.
Keith Wilson
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258-261
Colophon
ESC English Studies in Canada
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262-264