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How quickly do literary standards change?

by Ted Underwood and Jordan Sellers

Part of this project will appear next year — revised and improved — in MLQ. But we’ve decided to release it… 1,109 more words


Ask Morgana 131: Cayetano de Arquer Buigas

Before I start today, there is a quick way to access the archive of this blog, and that is to follow me on twitter – @MorganaSomer – and scroll down my profile. 262 more words


Dr Chase's Nerve Food, Montreal, 1919

Montreal Standard, 12 April 1919, page 22

“I don’t think I can go, Jessie, for I just feel wretched”

“Oh, I’m so sorry, for I did so want you to be there.” 363 more words


Consider the Saleswoman, Montreal, 1919

Montreal Daily Star, 8 November 1919, page 22

Consider the Saleswoman.

She has been in business for over thirty years, and she has known whereof she speaks, this saleswoman in one of the fashionable St Catherine street shops. 642 more words


Children's Amusements, Montreal, 1919

Montreal Daily Star 19 November 1919, page 24

Children’s Amusements

“My two girls are eleven and fourteen years old respectively. Should I allow them to accompany me to the theatre or the better class vaudeville houses?” 535 more words


Ball for the Prince of Wales, Montreal, 1919

Montreal Standard, 1 November 1919, page 25

Gaiety Reigned at the Citizen’s Ball in the honor of the Prince

An unqualified success and a most enjoyable event was the unanimous verdict on the Citizen’s Ball, in honor of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, held in the Windsor Hotel, on Thursday, and attended by a representative and distinguished company. 569 more words


Borden's Naval Policy, cartoon, 1912

Montreal Daily Star, 7 December 1912, page 3

Borden Naval Policy