Issues

September 2003

  • The Book Lover’s Tale

    A review of Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books, by Azar Nafisi
  • Canada after Chrétien: Quebec In, Alberta Out?

    An essay
  • The Multilateral Deficit

    A review of Of Paradise and Power: America and Europe in the New World Order, by Robert Kagan, The Paradox of American Power:Why the World’s Only Superpower Can’t Go It Alone, by Joseph S.Nye Jr., and The War over Iraq: Saddam’s Tyranny and America’s Mission, by Lawrence F.Kaplan and William Kristol

  • The War to Begin All Wars

    A review of The Peloponnesian War, by Donald Kagan
  • Do Borders Matter?

    A review of Globalization and Well-Being, by John F.Helliwell
  • “Someone Like You”

    A poem
  • “Sly Consumption Side Sentence”

    A poem
  • “Dreamer Prone to Sleep Apnea”

    A poem
  • “Dislocations of Crystal”

    A poem
  • Polemics versus Scholarship

    A review of Canada’s Immigration Policy: The Need for Major Reform, by Martin Collacott, Immigration: The Economic Case, by Diane Francis, and Who Gets In:What’s Wrong with Canada’s Immigration Program—and How to Fix It, by Daniel Stoffman
  • Dances with Stereotypes

    A review of A Sunday at the Pool in Kigali, by Gil Courtemanche
  • Exquisite Confusion

    A review of One Hundred Million Hearts, by Kerri Sakamoto
  • A Cogitation of Thinkers

    A review of Original Minds: Conversations with CBC Radio’s Eleanor Wachtel
  • His Discovery of Ireland

    A review of Ireland’s Eye: Travels, by Mark Anthony Jarman
  • The Fender Bender Sweepstakes

    A review of Whiplash and Other Useful Illnesses, by Andrew Malleson
  • What Makes a Social Welfare State Sustainable?

    A review of Civic Literacy: How Informed Citizens Make Democracy Work, by Henry Milner
  • Literature as Redemption

    A review of Professing English: A Life of Roy Daniells, by Sandra Djwa

Literature as Redemption

A review of Professing English: A Life of Roy Daniells, by Sandra DjwaW.J. Keith